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Nvidia Ge force video card

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Neesh, Feb 25, 2002.

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  1. Neesh

    Neesh Thread Starter

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    Hello would like to know if I can connect my svideo tv out to my video in on my VCR and will it work? I don't have a svideo connection on my TV. I know I can convert svideo to RCA to work with my VCR. Any help would be appreciated, the people from dell don't have an answer.
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  2. brianF

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    I can see no reason it won't work, your just sending a ntsc video signal to the vcr to pass through, same thing as sending it to the tv to display
     
  3. Neesh

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    thanks for replying. I have connected my tvout to my video in on my vcr but I dont have my monitor displayed on my tv screen. Is there a setup do to get my video card to run tvout?
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  4. brianF

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    There is an option in the display properties, settings, advanced button, device selection tab. Once the cables are connected it should ungrey the option for TV
     
  5. Neesh

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    I have made all the connections, however whenh I choose the tv option on my video display properties and click apply nothing happens and goes back to analog monitor. A dell technician told me I must have a svideo tv or svideo vcr for the tv out to work. I thought a svideo adapter would suffice and would work on the rca video in on my vcr. I am sure there must be a way for this to work rather than buying a new tv.
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