S video TV display

Ugur Arpaci ugurarpaci at gmail.com
Wed Apr 14 10:27:53 UTC 2010

Actually i find a different solution. I googled about the problem as well.
But responds did not satisfy me. Instead of carrying display to TV, i use
Remote Desktop Viewer to carry display on my laptop. Since all the computer
are on the same network, that produce no problem. Thanks for the reply.

On Wed, Apr 14, 2010 at 2:27 AM, Paul S <paulatgm at gmail.com> wrote:

> Ugur Arpaci said the following on 04/13/2010 01:06 PM:
> > Hello;
> > I am having trouble when i try to obtain display on my TV. I need
> > information to fix S video connection. I have geforce fx 5500 graphic
> card.
> I have a different card, so may not apply to your fx5500.
> On my geforce go 7300, I successfully used "nvidia-settings" to set up
> the display on the S-video.  However, my tv is 1920x1080, and the
> S-video displayed only 1024x768.  I wanted to fill the screen.  After
> much googling, it turns out that I had to get an rgb "vga" (male-male)
> cable to connect to the tv to be able to get the full widescreen
> resolution.  I'm not sure if the problem is in the nvidia card end or
> the tv end, but It works fine with the vga cable.  I paid less than $30
> for a 25' cable at Newegg.
> hth,
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