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Geforce2MX No tv out

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by jembie2002, Dec 27, 2001.

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  1. jembie2002

    jembie2002 Thread Starter

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    I have this card with tv out.
    It has an S-Video port and also a video jack in it.

    I cannot get the tv-out to work. I can go into settings and enable twin-view but the configuration for my tv set is greyed out.

    I have installed updated drivers and still couldn't get it to work so i uninstalled the card altogether and re-installed the old drivers but still can't get it to work.

    When i first bought the card, it worked fine and i was able to watch my VCD collection through the tv but i can't do that anymore.

    Thanks for any help you can give :)

    Jen
     
  2. WarC

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    It might be a cable problem. Your video card isn't reading the TV. I own a GeForce 2 MX also, and I came across something similar at one point. It ended up being a bad coaxel cable :rolleyes: But of course, I'm an idiot so it might not be that simple.
     
  3. brianF

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    You need to have the cable installed in the card and tv for the selection to be available.
    If that doesn't work try some different version drivers, I remember hearing that one version or the other disabled that feature
     
  4. jembie2002

    jembie2002 Thread Starter

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    Thanks.
    I was wondering if it was the cable but it works when it is connected to my stand alone DVD player.

    I will try other versions of drivers also, thanks.
     
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