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connect television to my local web server (pc)

Posted on 2003-11-06
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hello all,

i am a owner of electronics product showroom, we sell tv. refregrator, air-conditioner, vaccum cleaner, and other home appliances.

now i am developing a web-site for my shop.  it has customer service and products info (catalogue), categorized by product type, company, and other search features too.

i have my own server (microsoft windows 2000) where i run this site locally. it is IIS and i have used asp, ms-access and html to develop the site.

as i can view the entire site on my computer. i want to know is there any way i can connect my televisiions (displayed in my showroom) to the pc ( server) and show the website on those televisions.
what s/w, h/w, and technologu should i use...

please help

ravi
 
 

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http://www.experts-exchange.com/Web/Q_20788955.html
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by:ravi-shekhar
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i am gonna add these 20 points to 125 points assigned earlier.. if u tell me how can i ask a question asked in web section... now in network section...
<but please help me in my actual question as above ;)>
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vtobusman earned 20 total points
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it totally possible check this out
http://www.tomshardware.com/network/20020423/

Bascilly you need a Video card with TV out most new grafics cards come with the I would use the ATI All-In-Wonder
located here
 http://www.ati.com/products/radeon9800/aiw9800pro/features.html

and this
http://stores.computercci.com/pgi-productspec?BVC053
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