Computer-TV connection problem

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yoad

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hi!
i am trying to connect my asus A8jn Lap top to my TV, and no go. it's seems the Nvidia GeForce Go 7300 video adapter just won't recognize this specific TV.
i should mention i am using a S-video cable from the lap top to video RCA plug on the TV. using the same laptop with other television sets is working fine. same with the TV, other computers connect to it easily.

please help!!!!
thank you!
 
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If it works with other TV it's not your Nvidea card. If other laptops connect to your TV fine then I wouldn't say it's your TV. As far as your tv not being recognized there is no way your card would even no your tv is there unless it checked for a load on the s-video cable. It's not as if the tv sends a signal back down the s-video line to the pc saying hi i'm a LG-VX0006 TV send me a signal @ [email protected]. It is possiable that your tv just doesn't like the card of vice versa, it does happen on occasion.
 

yoad

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so is there any way to fix this issue? i've updated the Nvidia driver. also, after plugging the LT to another television set i noticed that i get an image on the problematic TV. but after a few minutes it goes blank again.

i'm clueless about what else to try....
 

yoad

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yes it also allows DVI output. do you think a DVI-RCA/Scart (my TV has only scart or RCA inputs) cable will do the trick? does a cable of that sort exist?
please note that the S-video output is working properly with other TV sets...

thank you.
 
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