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I have an ASUS 501j and would like to use the VGA output to run a TV with S-Video input. Isthe Video card in the ASUS directly compatible so that a VGA -to - S Video cable will do the trick?

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It would probably do the trick for video but no audio. If your tv has HDMI taht you can use you can gain audio and video with a VGA to HDMI adaptor. I haven't looked but they probably make on that will from VGA to component with digital optical.

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