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S Video on Inspiron 4100 with win 2000

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I am running win2k pro on insprion 4100 I am trying to get the S video to work but I am having a hard time.
My video card is ati 32 meg.
I can get the projector to work on VGA mode using the fn key with crt/lcd but i can no get the s video to work no matter what i do  i checked the bios but i did not see any thing for s video.

can anyone help..
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Hi Rinkrat,

Make sure you have the newest driver from ATI, it will have options in the control panel that you might not have right now. (maybe you need to enable svideo). http://www.ati.com will have the drivers.

You are trying to go from s video to your TV right? let me know. Thanks.
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