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[ATI] - CRT TV -> HD2600 with S-video no picture after standby?

Discussion in 'Video-Cards' started by chrik, August 30, 2011.

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    I have a guest room with an old P4 client pc. AGP HD2600 graphic card connected to an old Sony 32" FX66 TV with S-video.

    "Problem" When I return from standby there are no picture on the tv. It must be the graphic card that does not detect the tv after standby? Does any of you remember/know a solution or have any ideas of what I could do to solve the problem.:confused:



    Workaround right now is shutting down the client when pressing the power button on the remote.

    I have not the money now and for the next 12 months or so to upgrade.
     
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