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Old 03-12-2007, 09:14 PM   #1
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Default using s-video...

to view computer screen on tv...

how do you do it...? I have it running through a dvd player...

s-video----> dvd player -----> red, white and yellow cables to tv...

is there a program I need to load or something...?
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Default Re: using s-video...

I think you plug the svideo cable into the graphics card and into the tv. Not sure tho
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I think you plug the svideo cable into the graphics card and into the tv. Not sure tho
the graphics card s-video is hooked up to a dvd player, which is hooked up to a switch, which is hooked up to the tv with component cables...

this won't work...? because it's not working right now...

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You have to extend the screen to the other monitor, the TV in your case.
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if the s-video on your dvd play is suppost to go to the tv (output) then it woln't work.
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if the s-video on your dvd play is suppost to go to the tv (output) then it woln't work.
good catch ww...

it's working now, the s-video on the dvd is an out...
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