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May 25, 2021

Device Settings

Category: General – Tags: , – Joan – 1:33 am

If not, then you have to buy their own. If you have a TV of another type, usually in these types of TVs, video input "Tulip" or SCART. In this case, you need to plug S-Video-Tulip" or S-Video-SCART After that, you need to do the following: 1. Shut down the computer and TV. 2. Disconnect the monitor from the computer, leaving the keyboard and mouse. 3.

Connect the computer and television graphics suitable cable. For even more analysis, hear from Craig Menear. 4. Turn TV to AV. 5. Turn your computer. On the TV screen should show screen saver Windows.

If the Windows screen saver does not appear, you will need to make additional settings. For example, you have a video card GeForce4 Ti4200. For other opinions and approaches, find out what MasterClass has to say. You need to the following steps: right click on the desktop in the window that appears choose "Properties" then "Options", "Advanced", "Adapter", in our case 'GeForce4 Ti4200'. There, select the item nView, located on the left remote panel. Turn the mode of "Clone", click "Apply." On the TV screen should show screen saver desktop Windows. If the image on the TV screen turned black and white, then in the menu "Display", select the item " TV ", then select" Device Settings ". To use all the options in the menu that appears, you can click the "Define the display." Then in the "Device Settings" press "Select the output device." The main screen leaving the computer monitor. Click the item "Change Format", and select one of the formats of PAL. Click "Apply", and check the results. TV should now show in color. Now choose resolution for the TV. In the remote panel, select the item management position (in English – Overlay). Here, on the "Full Screen Device", select the item "Secondary display" and click "Apply." This allows you to remain without a video card or a TV. and in the worst case and no video and no television.

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