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7 Home premium 64 bit. How to connect to tv w/ card
I'm willing to purchase a graphics card. I tried to buy a converter on ebay but it didn't work so i guess i have to purchase a pci card. I'd like a recommendation.
I have two tvs, i'd like to use RCA cause both tvs have it.
I know cards have multi ports and 1 tv has rca and s video one tv only has rca.
I can run audio from the computer.
I'd like to be able to run a movie on the tvs, or share the monitors desk top with the tvs.
I'd like to be able to use my computer while the tvs run the movie.
IN the past, what was on the computer monitor would be on the tv in xp. eventually i learned how to expand the desk top. That was xp. In 7 i can't do anything. The old cards don't work, the signal converter off ebay didn't work and i think now that i finished one project. Its time to tackle this nonsense.
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