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TV out from Verto 7600GS has no color b/w image only

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Lexsar, Mar 9, 2007.

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  1. Lexsar

    Lexsar Thread Starter

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    I installed a PNY Verto nVidia 7600 GS (512MB) into an HP desktop running XP Home SP2. Using S-video output to a Samsung flatpanel TV. Finally got the video to output after fiddling with it for awhile and updating drivers. Now video on TV output is only in Black & White. Tried adjusting all color settings in nVidia properties and on the TV itself but still no color. I have a feeling that the problem lies somewhere in the settings for the video card but so far I haven't been able to find anything that works. Any ideas?
     
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    Lexsar Thread Starter

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    Anyone, anyone......Ferris?
     
  3. gotrootdude

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    Change the output signal from PAL to NTSC-M or vise versa. You'll find it somewhere in your display properties for your card. :eek:

    Copied from another site, while trying to find the setting since I'm not on a PC with a similar card:

    First, open your Display Properties and click on the [Settings] tab. Click the [Advanced] button. Click on the [GeForce (etc.)] tab. Select from the side menu [nView Display Settings]. Right click the display that should be your TV (normaly either "2" or "1b" ). Highlight [Select TV Format]. Click [Advanced...] at the bottom of the menu. Change "Video output format:" from [Auto-select] to the apropriate connector (NTSC-M/PAL). Click [Device Adjustments]. Move the "Saturation" slider or just click [Restore Defaults]. Hopfully this should solve the problem.
     
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