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VCR to Graphics card.

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Hi, I was wondering what you did after you hook up a VCR to your Graphics card with an S-Video cable to get the card to read that its there. (If that didnt make any sense please point that out)
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If you want to record things from your VCR the gfx card needs video in capability, if you want to watch the pc on your TV through the VCR(which i would try at last once its great especially on a big HDTV).

Plug in the computer first then boot it up so it reads the TV as its monitor, you may though need to plug in its primary monitor to get it to work though.
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