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I have had this card for a few weeks now and I still can figure out how to get the S-Video output to work. If I go to Properties->Setting->Advanced->Displays I never see a connection to the TV when I use S-Video, if I connect with the composite connector it works perfect, no problems.


I have connected my DVD player to my S-Video input on my TV and that works fine. Is there anything at all I could be missing here? When I connect the S-Video the composite connection IS NOT connected, so there is no conflict there. Everything else on the card seems to work as expected, well, I have had my system crash 3 times so far so that's not expected.


I am running Win XP Pro, Pentium 4 1.6A, 512MB Crucial, AIW Radeon 7500.


If anyone has any suggestions please let me know. I really hope that this isn't defective.


Mike
 

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Is the TV turned on with the s-video input selected prior to booting your PC?
 

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I will try that when I get home. Not sure if I have tried that yet. But, I know that I can hook up the Composite connection after teh computer is already running and it works fine. Anyway, I will give it a try, thanks.
 

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No Dice!

I tried this a few times and it just won't display using S-Video. I can connect composite anytime and it works though. Looks like I might have a bad card?
 
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