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Old 08-04-2003, 11:20 AM   #1
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tv-out on nforce2 integrated graphics

My system at home has an Athlon XP MSI motherboard with the nforce2 chipset including the integrated graphics processor. I run Mandrake 9.1. Does anyone know how to enable TV-out?

My television is an NTSC-M (united states) standard. TV-out works from my Windows XP partition. Now that I have discovered mplayer and mencoder, I'd like the same functionality in linux.

By the way, TV-out works while the Mandrake splash screen is up during booting. The screen goes black when KDM appears. Also, I have burned emovix CDs using the latest K3b. Tv-out works when these CDs are booted with the "TV" option. How do I do the same thing in Mandrake?


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