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Old 4th October, 2008, 02:00 PM
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Video out support questions

I picked up a PNY Verto Geforce FX5200 to use for Mareen. Only problem is I can't get any video out support. Windows Display Settings only has one display. Maybe I've forgotten something simple but I can't get two displays to show.
I've tried different drivers, of course, using Drive Sweeper as well. None of them will give me any more than my monitor. The card has s-video, VGA, and DVI connectors. In Nvidia control panel it only has one setting for TV. The TV set up wizard. When I run that, I'm not allowed to make any adjustments. The first screen is test settings, running time to accept settings. If I click accept, a re-boot screen pops up. This is for every driver driver I have tried.
I'm running the latest driver PNY recommends now, the 175.19 WHGL.
I could use some help here.
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In almost all cases with graphics card settings...when the option is either grayed out, not adjustable or isn't available it means that those options are not supported by the graphics card being used.
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So far, you haven't said a single thing I want to here. Why don't you go back to bed?

Edit:
it Supports S-video tv out.

Integrated TV encoder
Provides best-of-class TV-out functionality up to 1024x768 resolutions.

128MB DDR memory
Integrated GPU heatsink/Cooling Fan
Dual VGA + S-video(TV-out) outputs
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Problem solved. Just switched to the seconed VGA connection and the second display was aviable in Display properties. All the regualar tv out settings were now aviable in the Nvidia Control Panel and i now have TV out.
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Problem solved. Just switched to the seconed VGA connection and the second display was aviable in Display properties. All the regualar tv out settings were now aviable in the Nvidia Control Panel and i now have TV out.
Glad I could help! LOL!!!
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