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TV out wont play movies

Discussion in 'Nvidia' started by franciz3, Feb 22, 2006.

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    franciz3 Guest

    Hey guys, i just installed a 3d fuzion GeForce FX 5500 PCI video card
    on my computer and hooked it up on my tv using S-Video. I set up the
    settings to "clone" so everything i do on this desktop is showing on my
    T.V. Everything workd o.k. but the only thing that didn't work is..
    playing movies. Using any of my movie players (windows media player,
    nero show time, windows media classic), my avi's and mpeg's won't show
    in my TV.... it's just on a black screen on my TV.... while the movie
    is playing here on my desktop. It's just weird that i play World of
    Warcraft on this computer ... while its showing on my TV at the same
    time...and it wont show movies. What do i have to enable on the
    settings to make my avi's and mpegs to show on my TV... or I just cant
    on this graphic card

    3D Fuzion Geforce FX 5500
    Windows XP Home Service Pack 2
    TV = Sony Trinitron
    franciz3, Feb 22, 2006
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    Spack Guest

    Look for the Overlay setting in the nVidia driver settings.

    Spack, Feb 22, 2006
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    Leeb18509 Guest

    Or the "Full screen video" controls. Set them to secondary display.
    Leeb18509, Feb 22, 2006
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    franciz3 Guest

    i can't seem to find those settings on my "NVIDIA nView Desktop
    Manager" .... well thnx for replyng.
    franciz3, Feb 23, 2006
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