Thanks. I did try that, following the NVIDIA Control Panel guide. However, when I select two monitors for setup (they point out that during boot you may not get a tv display), I get my Sony LCD monitor and an "Analog Display". The monitor has settable resolutions but the Analog Display does not (in fact, all settings for it are grayed out). I need to experiment and check the NVIDIA Control Panel, because the guide has options not available on my device, like picking different displays (my current setup selects Analog Display when it's connected prior to a power cycle). My son built this computer and he got the latest drivers, so maybe that's old documentation vs Windows 7. My son tells me to try a VGA to component cable or buy a new tv.