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    fuzzy lines on EPIA C3 800 mhz

    Hi, I'm using the rca video out on my EPIA C3 processor 800 mhz board. Lately I've noticed that the video out has blurry lines. Not static persay but like fuzzy lines. I just started getting this recently. Anyone else get something like this?

    Up till now, the video out was just fine.
    Mine needs to be updated.

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    nobody gets fuzzy lines with their screens? I'm almost toying with the idea of a 7" xenarc.
    Mine needs to be updated.

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    Have you changed anything or added anything to your system that could've caused interference? Have you jostled anything or knocked anything loose? When did it start to happen? Check your grounds and connections to be sure that nothing has come loose.

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    hi,

    I still don't see whats wrong. I haven't touched a thing. But I'm certain its the motherboard. Vga still works fine, but rca has fuzzy lines. Damm too bad xenarcs cost so much
    Mine needs to be updated.

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    You have to give some pictures of it and more info.
    Didi the lines come when the engine is on and stuff like that....

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    I had a fuzzy screen and thought I needed glasses but it was just the RCA input, I then opted for the Xenarc 7.2" VGA screen and everything has worked fine from then to now!

    Take my advice, don't use composite input in the car, it's just not worth it in the long run.

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    Here is a pic of my rca video out on my tv. i get the same fuzzy lines on 2 tvs, and 3 separate lcd screens that I tried.





    Here is my stuff:
    EPIA 800 C3
    Crucial 256 Pc133
    40 gig Hitachi 2.5"
    4x Toshiba dvd-rom 2.5"


    I've tried almost everything and I always get hte fuzzy lines. I've narrowed it to the motherboard
    I've replaced HDS, rca wires, no dvd, memory and still Fuzzy Lines.

    I hope someone can help with this fix.
    Mine needs to be updated.

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    It looks like interference - is there anything around it that could be causing that? Is this setup installed in your car or is it still a desktop carputer? If it is a desktop - try moving it to another room or something to be sure that it's the board.

    - Jeff

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    yeah its on the desktop right now, because im wiating for an opus.

    But yeah I'll try in another room again. I must nope that when the dvd-rom is spinning, the fuzyz lines do get worse, then stop when the dvd is done. but I cant recall putting any magnets near the comp.
    Mine needs to be updated.

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