I have an ATI Radeon 9600 Pro with a 7-pin S-video jack on it. In an attemp to provide video output to my nice wide-screen teley, I ran down to RadioShack and purchased a 12' S-Video cabel and a S-video to video AV composite adapter. However when I hooked it all up and set up my video drivers I got no color (only black and white) and the picture had horizontal lines runing through it. After investigation I discovered the standard S-video cabel has only 4 pins. I beleive this to be the problem however could find little information on the issue. This guide was helpfull however it is very fauge regarding the 7-pin connector on the card. What is this 7-pin stuff anyway? Is it something that is specified differently depending on the mfg; or is it another type of standarized s-video connector? If I were to purchase on of these (7-pin S-Video Adapters by svideo.com) will this fix my problem? I think this would be the best solution if the 7-pin is not something that is standarized by ATI. I also found this guy (Svideo to Composite Adapter); which I beleive will solve my problem, but limit the s-video output. Any help regarding the issue would be greatly appriciated.