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Windows 7: Graphic cards 8800 gts and 9600 gso not tv signals

04 Sep 2011   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Graphic cards 8800 gts and 9600 gso not tv signals

Hi I have an nvidia 8800 GTS and nvidia 9600 GSO on two comp. and have both problem graphic video cards .

neither of the two graphic cards wold not let on mini din connectors (seven pin) composite svideo signals (CVSB) from TV (scart) !

drivers for both graphic cards are GEFORCE 280.33 from nvidia site !
I have on first comp. OS Windows 7 ultimate x64 and configuration :

MB - GA - 770TA - UD3


MEM - KINSTON 4x2GB , 1600 MHz




on both comp. OS Lastxp 22 and configuration :

MB - GA - M720 - US3


MEM - KINSTON 4x1GB , 1066 MHz




please any nelp ! Thenks !

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06 Sep 2011   #2
Terronium 12

Windows 10 Technical Preview - x64

First off, welcome to Seven Forums.

Now, I'm gonna need you to clarify some things before I can even begin to help you: you mention a 'din' connector, I presume you meant DVI? Secondly, what kind of TV are you attempting to pass a signal through, and is that TV capable of being safely used with a PC? If I'm misunderstanding what you need assistance with, then please, correct me and I'll do my best to get you set up.
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06 Sep 2011   #3

Windows 10 Education 64 bit

I believe the DIN or MINI DIN connector the OP refers to is a small round multi-pin connector that looks like a PS2 keyboard/mouse connector. One or two of my older video cards have that connector and came with a cable to use it.
Middle connector in the picture on this page.
Video In Video Out - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
I've never used it, as i never had anything to actually plug it into.
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06 Sep 2011   #4
Terronium 12

Windows 10 Technical Preview - x64

Oh, S Video then?

If so I might already see the problem but I'll await the OP's response before jumping the gun.
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