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Old January 15th 04, 09:41 PM
Tyriakidou Eleni
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Default GeForce3 Ti 200 - TV display

I can't get display on my connected TV screen. I also can't the get dual
display option.
I have aGeForce3 Ti200 card.
Windows XP Pro.
Please help.


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Old January 16th 04, 03:18 AM
Yeremein
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I couldn't get TV-out to work on my old Ti200 unless I had the TV
connected when the system booted up, or I turned it on with TVtool
(http://tvtool.info).

Tyriakidou Eleni wrote:
I can't get display on my connected TV screen. I also can't the get dual
display option.
I have aGeForce3 Ti200 card.
Windows XP Pro.
Please help.



 




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