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Thread: TV-Out problem on 9800pro




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    The image is good on the TV but there's white tiny lines crossing
    the screen all the time...

    I've used the TV-OUT before with another card (also a radeon)
    and no problem. I also tried all formats (PAL, NTSC...)

    HELP PLEASE!!

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    have that problem.........see if i can pull that up for you but there has been some talk on the subject

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteelAngel
    The image is good on the TV but there's white tiny lines crossing
    the screen all the time...

    I've used the TV-OUT before with another card (also a radeon)
    and no problem. I also tried all formats (PAL, NTSC...)

    HELP PLEASE!!

    Try a different cable and make sure thats not the problem, also make sure you have the latest drivers. If its not one of those things its probably your card.

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    will post a link to the issues as soon as i dig it up
    apparently it's all over anandtechs forums.....run a search and take your pick..........some sort of design flaw inherant in radeon cards

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    Thank you for your quick response, I'll try to change the cable, and I think I have the latest drivers..

    I'll check the anandtechs forums too..

    Thanks again:)

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    I'd found nothing on the forums...

    maybe the new CATALYST 3.8??

    somebody with the same problem or just me??

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    Can't say I've heard of the problem before, but here's a couple suggestions:

    - If you can, hook up the TV-out to another device and see how that works (another TV, or via a VCR or something)
    - Update the drivers. Not sure if that will really do anything, but the 3.8s are pretty good anyway.
    - Try the card in someone else's PC to see if it's the card.

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