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Old 05-04-2006, 02:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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hey i got dual monitors hooked up one on the pc's 19'' lcd and the other monitor is my telivistion. the problem is the on the tv is so crapy that i cant read a single work. its a great tv though. what could be the problem?
is the any settiong i must change?
please help me
ps - im connected to the lcd by a DVi cable and the tv via a s-video cable. im using a Nvidia 6600gt

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A tv makes a very poor monitor that's why!! The only way to make it readable is to set the res very low and use a low res desktop and enlarge your text/font's menu's and such. The only half decent tv monitor would be a high def tv with idealy dvi input!! It's nothing you are doing. Oh btw that's what windows media center does! low res desktop with special font's and such.

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ok i got it
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