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TV Out displays B&W only

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I got an infrared TV out system (sender/reciver), i've been using it for 2 years now. It's had lots of problems, but i managed to fix it (bad quality, B&W display etc - but i managed to get through). It only displays in black and white now, can't seem to make it work.

To make a short description, the sender has 3 cables (white, red, yellow). So i guess only the yellow one matters, since it's a viudeo problem. This cable goes into some box (don't know how to call it), which goes via another cable into the S-video on the graphics board. See, that box has RGB jacks, not for the yellow cable. It used to work untill now in the Blue jack (displaying color), but now it only displays anything in the Red one, but B&W. In the TV i think the 3 cables from the reciver (yellow, red, white) merge into a single connector which goes right into the back.

Tried updating the display driver, tried reconnecting the cables, changing the signal output etc, but the problem is surely in the sender or reciver itselves (when starting the computer, it's still B&W, and there there's no driver or setting to interfere with).

So please help me, my graphics board is an Nvidia GeForce 7600 GS, the Tv Out is an AVerSender 300.

Edited by trosco, 19 May 2009 - 02:20 AM.

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