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Asus GF 5900 S-video to TV, no color picture on TV



 
 
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Old June 21st 04, 08:48 AM
sv
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Default Asus GF 5900 S-video to TV, no color picture on TV

Hello,

I've tried S-video output on Asus GF 5900.
I used the cable "S-video - Composite" which came with video card.

While loading winXP I can see XP logo in color but
when login window appeared there is already no color picture
(possibly nvidia driver is loaded). Only black and white picture afterwards.

Any help will be really appreciated.

Thanks a lot,
Sergej
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Old June 21st 04, 10:47 AM
Boris Kassiantchouk
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Hello, sv!
You wrote on Mon, 21 Jun 2004 09:48:09 +0200:

s I've tried S-video output on Asus GF 5900.
s I used the cable "S-video - Composite" which came with video card.

s While loading winXP I can see XP logo in color but
s when login window appeared there is already no color picture
s (possibly nvidia driver is loaded). Only black and white picture
s afterwards.

Try to switch the type of videosignal in the properties of the driver:
Display Properties - Settings - Advanced - GeForce Ti4200 (the number my
vary depending on the model of your card) -
Nview - second display (TV) properties - Additional - Output format -
Composite

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With best regards, Boris Kassiantchouk.

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Old June 21st 04, 09:25 PM
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"sv" wrote in message
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Hello,

I've tried S-video output on Asus GF 5900.
I used the cable "S-video - Composite" which came with video card.

While loading winXP I can see XP logo in color but
when login window appeared there is already no color picture
(possibly nvidia driver is loaded). Only black and white picture

afterwards.

Any help will be really appreciated.

Thanks a lot,
Sergej


Using S-video Composite?
I assumed you using a S-Video coverter. Do you have a S-video cable and also
S-Video from your TV? Try connecting directly using S-Video cable from Card
to your TV and see if color restore.

Otherwise, follow Boris on how to manually change the video signal.

CapFusion,...


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Old June 22nd 04, 08:50 AM
sv
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On Mon, 21 Jun 2004 13:25:45 -0700
"CapFusion" [email protected],com wrote:


"sv" wrote in message
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Hello,

I've tried S-video output on Asus GF 5900.
I used the cable "S-video - Composite" which came with video card.

While loading winXP I can see XP logo in color but
when login window appeared there is already no color picture
(possibly nvidia driver is loaded). Only black and white picture

afterwards.

Any help will be really appreciated.

Thanks a lot,
Sergej


Using S-video Composite?
I assumed you using a S-Video coverter. Do you have a S-video cable and also
S-Video from your TV? Try connecting directly using S-Video cable from Card
to your TV and see if color restore.

Otherwise, follow Boris on how to manually change the video signal.

CapFusion,...



Thanks for your replies.

Actually I have a VCR between TV and PC
1. PC S-video out-- VCR Composite video-in
2. VCR aerial-out(coaxial) -- TV aerial-in(coaxial)
Maybe this connection is the cause of the problem(lack of color picture)?

I did not try PC S-video out -- TV Composite-in due to distance b/w TV and PC

Best regards,
Sergej



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Old June 22nd 04, 07:00 PM
CapFusion
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"sv" wrote in message
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Thanks for your replies.

Actually I have a VCR between TV and PC
1. PC S-video out-- VCR Composite video-in
2. VCR aerial-out(coaxial) -- TV aerial-in(coaxial)
Maybe this connection is the cause of the problem(lack of color picture)?

I did not try PC S-video out -- TV Composite-in due to distance b/w TV

and PC

Best regards,
Sergej


Can you bring your PC to your TV and directly attach S-Video cable? This
should fix it.

CapFusion,...


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Old June 22nd 04, 07:08 PM
FLY135
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I've seen the same problem running s-video out to s-video in. I fixed it by
putting an A/V switching receiver in between the computer and the TV. I
think the problem has something to do with what the card senses is connected
to it. If it thinks it's composite but it's connected to s-video or vice
versa, then you end up with a monochrome picture.

"sv" wrote in message
...
Hello,

I've tried S-video output on Asus GF 5900.
I used the cable "S-video - Composite" which came with video card.

While loading winXP I can see XP logo in color but
when login window appeared there is already no color picture
(possibly nvidia driver is loaded). Only black and white picture

afterwards.

Any help will be really appreciated.

Thanks a lot,
Sergej



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Old June 22nd 04, 07:50 PM
CapFusion
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"FLY135" fly_135(@ hot not not)notmail.com wrote in message
link.net...
I've seen the same problem running s-video out to s-video in. I fixed it

by
putting an A/V switching receiver in between the computer and the TV. I
think the problem has something to do with what the card senses is

connected
to it. If it thinks it's composite but it's connected to s-video or vice
versa, then you end up with a monochrome picture.

That is correct.
Normally FX5900 have a direct S-Video connection.

CapFusion,...


 




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