Re: GeForce2 MX-400 TV-OUT in black and white?!?! sigh

Re: GeForce2 MX-400 TV-OUT in black and white?!?! sigh


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Posted by jib on December 06, 2001 at 07:51:05:

In Reply to: Re: GeForce2 MX-400 TV-OUT in black and white?!?! sigh posted by Dippermouth on December 05, 2001 at 12:55:17:

: : : : Yes, I know....

: : : : I've got the same problem, if someone knows how to fix it please mail me...

: : : dear marteen, I've made new discoveries!! I've two TVs, a REX one (italian brand) and a THOMSON one.. anyway, due to the fact that i got no video-in plug on both the tv's.. I've connected the tv-out to video-in plug of my vcr (a daewoo one) and than i broadcast via antenna-cable (thru vcr RF plug) the image to both the TVs (they're in different rooms). The result is the following: on THOMSON Tv i can see ALL COLORED full output, on the REX one really nope.. So, it could depend on the inner electronics of the units... bah... ah, anyway if i try to record on videotape, the result is B&W ;-) bye

: : hello everyone
: : I've got the same problem but only under windows XP and with twinview. The card has been installed under windows ME, then it worked. After i installed XP and installed the new driver for XP it didn't was just black and white
: : please help
: : bye

: Hi, everyone.
: At least, you get an image from your TV-out. All I get is 600x480 256 colour instead of 1024x768 Hi-colour - I then have to use System Restore to bring my computer back to normal. I've tried asking the computer manufacturer, but he seems to know less about the subject than I do. Has anyone out there got any hints/tips I could try?
: Many thanks

: Dippermouth


Chrominance signal sensitiveness of the units (tv's, vcr's...)?!
It's so strange!



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