I am waiting to get another VGA cable sent through in the next couple of days, i’ll connect my old PC to my TV and check the display settings i had on there. Your monitor will also have to have an Svideo input on it to make use of the signal. It’s really the same for DVD even though dvd is old and widely accepted. Could you possibly tell me how to? In the display properties it is showing a third could be connected but it is not on the on board, so is it maybe the svideo connection on the Radeon??
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You can not post a blank message. It might use the Svideo, but you probably won’t get a very good picture from it.
Display Adapters – ATI Technologies Inc. – Radeon X1300/X1550 Series Computer Driver Updates
It is newer with newer features than the minimum Radeon but not tai a higher performing card. I use catalyst 7. But it doesn’t just meet the minimum requirements.
Try installing an updated driver for your video card. From the day I got it, I’ve been having problems with the graphics card.
Radeon x/x Series Driver Update | Community
I have the latest drivers. Your monitor will also have to have an Svideo input on it to make use of the signal. Please enter a title.
Similar help and support threads. When I download that it makes a folder in the system files, but I don’t really know what to do from there.
Yes, just be thankful it’s working at all. What card do you actually have? I have limited knowledge when it comes to it with computers, but i am very keen to learn. I guess it’s something i’ll figure out one way or the other. Looking back into the display settings, No1 and No2 are my connected monitors. Would it be worth my bother trying them together to see if they work, maybe giving me an extra monitor connection? When the report is generated, click on the “Display” tab.
No, create an account now. I just updated the DVD drive firmware but I still get the same problem!! It has a vga connection and svideo with rca, if that is the correct term. Using the onboard in conjunction with a video card is entirely dependent on whether the bios supports it or not.
I’ll get one now and try it. Just recently bought a used pc and I would like to update the graphics driver.
You already know it will play at low levels. I’ve gone into the BIOS but it didn’t have an onboard graphics enabled. There is also an svideo connection on the ATI Radeon card, could that be used as a third monitor?
In the display properties it is showing a third could be connected but it is not on the on board, so is it maybe the svideo serids on the Radeon?? Please type your message and try again. Srries monitors is important to me so i got a ATI Radeon card which fitted in and works. I would really like that set up again on this machine, is this possible with changing some settings?? But then it doesn’t give me an option for windows 7 as an operating system, which is what is currently running.
If you want to play at higher frame rates or higher settings or both, you will have to get a better graphics card IMHO.
I have just thought of something here?