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watching my computer screen on the TV?


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i got this graphic card that makes me watch my computer screen on my TV so for an example i can see movies... i have done it before where it worked perfectly but i don't remember how??? now i just put the stick in the TV that comes from my graphic card and i enabled the TV in the screen options... i see my computer screen on the TV now but its all [bleep]ed up like its rolling over the screen and is black and white while its rolling over my screen you know like the credits from a film in the end, the whole screen is rolling its kinda angled to the right side looks weird... what how do i fix this :S ???
its like there are a bad signal or something...

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There should be a button to scroll through inputs on your TV remote... something like --[>] Press it as it goes through things like AV1, AV2 SCART etc. until you find it.
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i have tryed that dosent work... btw there are av1 av2 and that scart thing only... what else could be wrong :tazz: ?
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