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I have compiled it and install it, when I start it, my left screen (SVGA) went off and on. I haven't verified that I have tv-out signal cause, I do not have tv here, I can get tvtime to work properly yet, and my Windows XP can't boot after I move the harddisk around (Time to wipe it out for more storage space).
If there is any kind soul out there who are willing to verify for me, please do so. It is very very simple to use. Just download the small archive, make make install, atitvout pal auto (PAL - for me, maybe NTSC - for you).
[qoute]Other operating systems
For other operating systems (e.g. Windows 3.1, NT 3.5x, DOS and OS/2) TV OUT may function appropriately IF a TV is attached during boot. No enhanced controls are offered for these environments (details).[/qoute]
I can't test it till Tuesday OR Wednessday. BUT, Hmm, I did boot-up with the tv attached and switched on. Sigh.........
Last edited by carboncopy; 07-11-2004 at 09:31 AM.