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Hopefully someone chronttel chime in with their 8. View LQ Wiki Contributions. Well you should know that intel graphics chipsets, as was succinctly stated by someone on digg, are worth their weight in guano.
G s-video out. X vsync / refresh rate error? Let me buy you lunch
Basically, if you use module i instead of i 8. You’ll notice the 60hz cheontel everything is finethen the hz after linux drivers take over, and finally, the pic of the TV screen that’s rolling. I have been trying to use xrandr to chronel refresh rates but haven’t had any success with that either.
Introduction to Linux – A Hands on Guide This guide was created as an overview of the Linux Operating System, geared toward new users as an exploration tour and getting started guide, with exercises at the end of each chapter. I’ll just send a 10 bill your way But when linux takes over, the VGA signal from the G going to the decoder ch has cheontel refresh rate of Hz. One is the 60hz, the other is xxhz. This board was released in september ‘ In some parts of the world that may be a lot, but not here.
IEGD 5 Drivers – CH Support (Linux)
Are you new to LinuxQuestions. I would also use the vesa drivers. What about manually entering video refresh rates into your xorg. I wouldn’t of bought the board if I knew s-video didn’t work it’s useless without a vga monitor. I have a multi-boot system that came with Vista pre-installed.
But upon going into X, it’s like the refresh rate gets lost, and the screen just rolls like there’s a vertical sync problem.
IEGD 5 Drivers – CH7021 Support (Linux)
The problem is so bad that, when I installed Fedora 10 from the DVD, I initially got a “black screen,” and had to do a “linux text” install, and use the vesa driver. I have xserver-xorg-video-intel 2: Let me buy you lunch.
If we set the TV-1 output to the same resolution the picture would almost lock. I need to get my old I2C probe working again to be able to capture any meaningful data instead of walking bits with my finger on a logic analyzer screen.
I have it plugged into my tv through the s-video. I sent a message to intel support regarding this issue and product. I’ve tried all resolutions. Note that there are two values you can change to try to fix linyx Vertical refresh rate, horizontal sync rate. HorizSync and VertRefresh both in the “Monitor” section of your ‘xorg. Did anyone manage to get ch decoder working?
Then the decoder cha sends this out to the TV via the s-video connecter at 60hz. All times are GMT Open Source Consulting Domain Registration. Visit the following links: Having a problem logging in?
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