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Windows 7: Another Nvida Geforce GT220 problem

25 Aug 2011   #1

Windows 7
Another Nvida Geforce GT220 problem

Hello. my ATI graphics card as gottin old so i put this Nvida Geforce gt 220 so i would have the HDMI still but for some reason it wont reconize my Mitsubishi tv like the ATI did, Thought maybe it was that the card wasn't working so i hooked it up to my small monitor to test the vga and dvi and they worked fine then i took it and hooked the HDMI to the flat screen in the bedroom and again worked fine but i have a pc in there already i want this on the big screen in the living room. Now i just figured that for some odd reason its not compatible with this tv which is not old, so if there are any ideas please let me know I dont like using the HDMI off the motherboard fill like its over working it. Should i just get a different graphics card?

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25 Aug 2011   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

It's like you connect your devices and nothing shows up?
maybe yours tv HDMI slot isn't working?
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