Video card installed in audio device setting

Hello,
i have a really stupid problem,i have a creative ct7240 video card i belive, and i got the drivers oniline and it said it was a controller or somthing like that with a yellow question mark so i installed the drivers i got online and they accepted it but it put it under audio,video,controller, setting and i cant get my video to run through it is it cause my inboard video or what please help!!!!! btw i got windows xp home edition and i need card so i can hook computer to tv
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  1. Creative does not make Video Cards :lol:
  2. The reason your video card is "installed" in an audio device, or you think it is, is becuase that Creative card you have is an audio card, not a graphics card.
  3. na im bout 90 % sure its a video card look it up on google has outs for like s video out and also a vga on it look it up it old so...
  4. nvm make that 100% sure i kno it is for another reason has a says tv out on the back
    maybe i need to disable my on board video?
  5. Well I see the last video card made by creative was back in 1998, its more then likely that the drivers for their video cards do not work on newer systems, even Windows XP.

    Also that is a Video Decorder Card, according to Creative.

    http://www.bioticaindia.com/ct7240.html

    Try that driver....
  6. i cant get it wants me to do all this stuff and its pissin me off but even if were would i install the drivers too..?
  7. but the tv out should work right
  8. Helltech said:
    Well I see the last video card made by creative was back in 1998, its more then likely that the drivers for their video cards do not work on newer systems, even Windows XP.

    Also that is a Video Decorder Card, according to Creative.

    http://www.bioticaindia.com/ct7240.html

    Try that driver....


    look at the other stuff please help me!!
  9. Try this...

    http://members.driverguide.com/driver/detail.php?driverid=13014

    Also I think thats just a video encoder, which isn't going to do what you want it to do.

    If you want a video card for like gaming, youd be better off using a motherboard with new onboard video, or even a 30 dollar video card.
  10. well i check those out but wats a video encoder and could it still work for display on me tv?
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