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Jeremy

ATI Radeon 9800 Pro

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What exactly would I need hardware and software wise in order to send audio/video from my PC to my TV? My VCR is a modern one with S-Video port. Any replies would be appreciated.

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Ok, I've figured it out on my own. The only 2 things now are

- The resolution is smaller on my TV screen than my actual monitor. My monitor resolution is 1280X1024. My TV doesn't show all my of the monitor.

- When I player Videos (which is kinda the whole purpose of this) it doesn't show on the TV, I'm guessing this is a setting I have to modify in the ATI Control Panel.

1. No longer matters since whenever a video is played, it plays full screen on my TV even when the video is minimized on the PC.

2. Fixed.

Moderator can delete this.

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Right-Click your desktop | properties

Lick the settings tab, click the advanced button

Click the Displays Tab

Click the TV button (on the right side; left is on/off) to get to the display settings

Go through the tabs and look for "Overscan"

This should correct the image

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My VCR is a modern one with S-Video port.

Dude, nothing against you or anything but.... did anyone else just choke on something when you read that? :whistle:

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