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    Connect my computer to tv how? (no s-video)....

    How do I connect my computer to my tv? My video card doesnt have a s-video and my tv doesnt have s-video either. My tv does have audio and video outputs.

    So what would I need to make my tv my monitor?

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    Join Date
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    you can find Scan Converters that plug into your video port and convert the signal to a standard RCA video plug. The drawback is that the video quality blows, blurry 800x600 and semi-readable 640x480 is about all you can get. Other option, buy a video card with TV-output, ask around to find out what cards have the output, there are already posts about that on HWC

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