If your VBIOS version is not 2.28.00 or later, you have to update your BIOS, please contact your board maker or system provider to get BIOS update support.

A: Si S TV-out function supports both NTSC and PAL system.

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A: Please update your Si S6326 BIOS in order to ensure a normal operation with a new version driver. You may download it and apply a programmer to do it.

If you do not use a programmer, you can download the file "Tsr.exe". There is a readme file inside to guide you to do the BIOS updating procedure. A: The Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) is a microprocessor that has been designed specifically for the processing of 3D graphics and is a true processing unit.

If using Windwos 2000, there isn't a tap under Display Properties, Please set your display mode on 640*480 60Hz for NTSC, or 640*480/800*600 50Hz for PAL to get TV-OUT. The resolution will be adjusted automatically high than 640x480.

Don't set your display mode to other mode for TV-OUT, most TV set can't support other display modes except above mode. If it didin't, you may change resolution and refresh rate under "Display Properties".

However, usually a heat sink is attached on the top side of a chip so users cannot see the model name directly.

If a Windows user would like to know which type of them is used in a system, he/she can check it out under "Chip Type" of "Display Properties".

Because the codes have been included in BIOS, Si S6326 can support VESA 2.0 compatible programs directly without needing any extra driver installed.

If there should exist display problems or compatibility issues, one can try to update Si S6326 BIOS by the file

A: Please update your Si S6326 BIOS in order to ensure a normal operation with a new version driver. You may download it and apply a programmer to do it. Their model names are Si S6326, Si S6326AGP and Si S6326DVD.

If you do not use a programmer, you can download the file "Tsr.exe". There is a readme file inside to guide you to do the BIOS updating procedure. The model name of a chip is marked on the top surface of the chip itself.

We suggest you to check your user manual out for the setting.