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Trying to setup my tv for pc use.

Here's the description of what I ordered recently:

It was labelled "pc to tv silver video converter".

"TView Silver PC-toTV converter. Display your computer video on any TV with
VGA 640x480 or SVGA 800x600. Remote included(no batteries and not the remote
shown on box). CD included with Electronic Marker Software. Truescale
digital video processing, plug and play design, support for 800x600
resolution. NTSC/PAL switch. Output ports:S-Video, VGA, SCART, and composite

I got it.  Nice looking setup.   However, a couple questions:

This thing is setup for something labelled MAC computers or compatible.

It's also for Windows 95, 3.2, or 3.51.

I'm running Win XP.  Do I have a problem with this setup?

I'm hoping my Win XP is one of those compatible with MAC.  I'd also like to
think if it ran on Win 95, it would run with Win XP.

Re: pc to tv setup question

Couldn't bring the manual up, for some reason.   Thanks.

Re: pc to tv setup question

rb wrote:
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web.archive.org is a great resource, but at times it can be dog
slow. To answer your question, I actually had time to prepare two
cups of coffee, before the searching was completed. Some
days, their server answers virtually immediately.

Try right-clicking on a link here, and then "Save Link As" should
appear. In their URL syntax, you replace the date by an asterisk,
and that brings up all the dates where they archived that
particular web page or file. So this URL differs from the previous
one, that I replaced the date field with an asterisk. There are
two copies of the file that they archived (and if the files were
identical, then only one physical copy is stored on their servers).

http://web.archive.org /*/http://www.focusinfo.com/dynassets/documents/products/tview_silver.pdf


Re: pc to tv setup question

rb wrote:
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It is a scan converter. It doesn't need software.

Here is the manual.


It converts a signal on a VGA connector, into composite or S-video. That
is a strictly hardware conversion, so you don't have to worry about


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