After a failing tv-out, I contacted Creative support and they mailed me a BIOS update for my card, since this was a known problem. That didn't work and I found out my TV-set isn't able to receive s-video signals, not even through a SCART cable. Damn. I don't care much about it anymore. Now all OpenGL based games are messed up. DirectX based games run fine. When I play Return to Castle Wolfenstein or Star Trek Elite Force, horizontal, irregulary shaped beams are hovering above the normal screen. I tried updating and downgrading the drivers (I tested 8 sets of Detonators), but that did not help. I tried making a screenshot of it, but when I paste the image into a graphicsprogram, the beams are completely gone and the image shows the screen like it should be. I am sure it is my vidcard causing the problems. So I mailed Creative about this problem. They replied that I had to find a DVA=0 line in my win.ini file add a ; before it (;DVA=0). The line wasn't in the win.ini file, I searched my entire harddrive finding file that contain dva=0, but nothing was found. I was also told that when no DVA=0 line was found, I had to add it (;DVA=0). I don't understand that I have to edit a file meant for 16-bit applications support, and that I have to add a commented out line (a ; before a line means that that line will be ignored by Windows). That did not work. I even added it to my system.ini file, but nothing there also. I mailed them back and they replied very fast that I have to test my vidcard in another machine, to make sure it isn't a hardware problem. But I don't have any machines to test it in (a Pentium doesn't have a AGP port). RTCW and STEL worked fine just a month ago. Here are the pics: What can I do now?