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I can't figure this out. I've got a gforce 4 ti with s-video out going to composite(single yellow wire) tv. I've tried everything i can think of. I've updated the drivers, and messed with the settings for hours now. please help me.
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im jsut curious what size TV do u have?

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its 13" diagonally and 19" vertically
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yeah if you user the yellow wire it'll be grey for some reason i've had the same thing but as for the flashing.. thats weird.. try turning the yellow wire around in the socket maybe its got a bad smudge somewhere, try your video card settings as well I know ati has a bunch of little tweaks for its TV output.
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Hi there,

Under the Nvidia advanced settings for the television(b) check to see that the connection to the TV is not set to autodetect but to composite, I always seem to forget that somehow

Edited by fungit, 15 September 2005 - 05:22 PM.

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