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Hooking up computer to Big Screen Television

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:tazz: Ok here is what is involved.

Video Card: AGP 64mb Xtasy G-force 4 mx440 w/ vga and s-video output

Television: Mitsubishi Rear Projection 48". Model-WS-48315. S-video in, Comp, RCA, DVI and RSC-232 inputs.

I bought an S-video Cable and hooked it up last night and I was able to get the video on the screen no problem but there is a lot of fuzziness and if I make it bigger so as to see the words better I lose parts of the screen such as the start menu and everything.

I was wondering if anyone had any tips, pointers or help as to what I can do to get the screen to be clearer.

I'm currently running it at 800x600 resolution and it adjusts to fit to my screen perfectly but I don't have a lot of clarity. If anybody has any tips or other solutions to make it work better then please let me know.

You can reply to this thread or email me at edited out email for security...unless you like spam don't post your email on an open forum

Thanks for any and all your help,

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