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    Just building my first Carputer, and I cant get my MB to work in tv mode w/my LCD. I am using an Epia M 5000, and if I hook the RCA to the TV it works. But if I hook it up directly to the LCD and power up it doesnt. SO, if I hook the RCA up to the TV first, then to the LCD it works. Does anyone know of a way to get the LCD to signal back to the MB allowing it to power up the RCA? OR is there a way on the EPIA M boards to make the RCA always stay on? Thanks Alot for your help...

  • #2
    wire a 75ohm resister between the two wires in the RCA cable.
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    • #3
      thanks, I had read that before, honestly how do you do that? Pretty simple? Also, could I just pick up the resistor at a local electronics store? Thanks

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      • #4
        I have the same Problem with my M10000

        I setup the BIOS....Go in to Power Managment and switch the Video off Option to Always On and then is OK...
        Let me know when its working.

        Sorry for my Englisch....I work on this (Is not a BIOS Problem) :-)

        Please have a Look on my German CAR-PC Forum

        www.car-pc.tv

        I have found a perfect CAR-AMP with Digital 5.1 and DTS (see the PIC)
        Attached Files

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        • #5
          Already tried that, didnt work, I will go over it again, but i am pretty sure that the problem wasnt fixed. That option for me is in the power settings, and seems to have something to do w/ suspending the monitor during power down times. Thanks....

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          • #6
            Little off subject, but could you give details on that amp?


            Originally posted by boeschi
            I setup the BIOS....Go in to Power Managment and switch the Video off Option to Always On and then is OK...
            Let me know when its working.

            Sorry for my Englisch....I work on this (Is not a BIOS Problem) :-)

            Please have a Look on my German CAR-PC Forum

            www.car-pc.tv

            I have found a perfect CAR-AMP with Digital 5.1 and DTS (see the PIC)

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