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I have a ASUS (ATI) Extreme AX 300SE/T Video Card.
All the latest drivers installed. It is ATI certified.
Believe all is installed and configured correctly.
Has VGA port (in).
Has SVIDEO port (out).
Has SVIDEO/COMPOSITE 6" adapter (converting) cable.
Came with the CARD. Total cable length is 4' feet.
The TV I am trying to use with my PC has only COMPOSITE jack in.
I am having trouble getting a picture to show from TV.
I get a flash message on MONITOR screen on bootup
Have no idea what this means.
Any help with this?
PS. Sorry, I have this entered in W/95/98 section also.
My mistake.
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"INPUT SIGNAL OUT OF RANGE" usually means that the monitor/television cannot support the resolution and/or refresh-rate that's being sent to it.
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Thank You

I know my numbers for these settings are 1024x728 and 60HZ.(default)
Is this correct?
Is there a guideline for the correct settings or do I do trial and error?
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