Forcing Monitor Settings when using DVI - HDMI

Discussion in 'Windows Media Center' started by Van G, Apr 24, 2006.

  1. Van G

    Van G Guest

    My first HTPC build - using Asus A7N8X board with ATI x1600 Pro and Catalyst
    6.3 drivers.

    Connected from the DVI out - to HMDI on my Yamaha RX-V1600 HTR - HDMI to
    Panny 50PDH8UK. Audio is spdi/f to dig coaxial on HTR.

    Problems:
    - everytime the system boots it does not retain the display settings of 1360
    x 768 @ 60kHz

    - video playback chugs when playing back 720P trailers from online or even
    the visualizer while playing music

    - can i get 1:1 pixel mapping (1366 x 768 - possibly need monitor profile)
     
    Van G, Apr 24, 2006
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  2. Van G

    Van G Guest

    Just wanted to add that I have done the setup for MCE with regards to my
    plasma.
     
    Van G, Apr 24, 2006
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  3. Van G

    Van G Guest

    I've can't figure this one out. Others aren't having problems with a similar
    setup and MCE seems to recognize that a Panasonic Plasma is connected???
     
    Van G, Apr 25, 2006
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  4. Van G

    hfhhfh Guest

    Well I have the same proiblems on a Thomson LCD TV. Actually I am now
    running VGA instead of DVI because I cant figure out the rigth timing
    values. Maybe you should take a look at Powerstrip.... It did not help me
    though but it helped others.....
    Regards
     
    hfhhfh, Apr 25, 2006
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  5. Van G

    Van G Guest

    I'm getting the right timing, it is just that it resets to a lower rez each
    time I boot up.
     
    Van G, Apr 25, 2006
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  6. Van G

    Van G Guest

    bump - still can't solve this issue
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    Van G


     
    Van G, Apr 26, 2006
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