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  • Is there A DVD Player that shuts down video play back during driving

    I live in California and you get a big fine, if you get cought watching a DVD on the front monitor. is there a way to send the dvd play back to the video out. I did it by extending my monitor but if the lcd is in the headrest, it would be hard because i cant see it.
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    Well if your got a Mini ITX board you can set the video to be displayed on the video out port.

    Mini ITX boards only let you have video play on 1 or the other source so it's either vga or composite/svideo

    But it doesn't sound like your got a mini itx.

    You can do this if you get a video card which does dual video you should be able to set only 1 source to display video instead of 2
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      Originally posted by malkalm
      I live in California and you get a big fine, if you get cought watching a DVD on the front monitor. is there a way to send the dvd play back to the video out. I did it by extending my monitor but if the lcd is in the headrest, it would be hard because i cant see it.
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