If you are going to post to multiple newsgroups, then cross-post, do notQuote:> I purchased 278-740 high performance s-video cabling as well as 278-451
> s-video plugs from Radio Shack. I connected it to my Mitsubishi TV and
> nVidia GeForce2 MX 4X AGP graphics card with TV-Out. I've turned my
> computer off, reconnected, adjusted to ext. 1 (s-video) on my tv and
> performed various other activities to try to get the video to appear on my
> TV, but nothing appears except for the almighty bsod (blue screen of death),
> but without the all-so-common MS errors and illegal operations..blah
> blah..anyone able to provide assistance to get the display on my tv to work?
That said, if you are getting a blue screen then you have signal. Your
cable is not at fault. Either call your video board manufacturer or
check his Web site, or post to one of the video newsgroups.
You have configured the display adapter to output to the TV-out I
Reply to jclarke at ae tee tee global dot net
(used to be jclarke at eye bee em dot net)
Radio Shack makes an A-B video switch that comes with a remote control to
switch from A-B using IR.
Has any one figured out if this can be done with a universal, but non
learning, remote. I have a universal remote that has almost every
manufacturer known to man in it, but is not a learning type, and I would
love to have it control this A-B switch also.
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