MSI RS480M2-IL Component Video Out (1 Viewer)

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    Does anyone know if its possible to use component out from the VGA port on the built-in video on this board.

    I have searched around but unable to find information and the ATI HDTV adapter doesn't show this built in video card as being supported.

    I would appreciate some info on how people are hooking this up to TV's.
     

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