[mythtv-users] Video sync not working in TV out
Owen B. Mehegan
owen at nerdnetworks.org
Sun May 18 23:39:24 UTC 2008
Aha, I fixed my own problem...
Changing Option "NoDDC" "1"
Option "ModeValidation" "NoEdidModes"
...stops the annoying sync problem. But now my display image has a
black border around all four sides. Didn't have THAT problem before
this upgrade either. I guess I need to keep tweaking my X settings.
Maybe change some of the mode parameters? I'm open to suggestions.
On May 18, 2008, at 4:20 PM, Owen B. Mehegan wrote:
> I've just done a full reinstall of my Myth system onto new hard
> drives. All my hardware is the same otherwise. I'm running Debian
> Lenny with the latest NVIDIA binary drivers (169.12) on a GeForce FX
> 5200. This is connected to my Sony CRT HDTV using a DMI-HDMI cable.
> I've used this exact setup before, and I backed up my old xorg.conf
> file and dropped it in place on the new system, so I expected at least
> the video output to work the same.
> Now, when X starts up, the video sync seems wrong. The display
> vibrates vertically from the moment the NVidia logo is displayed. I'm
> just guessing that something changed in the nvidia driver between
> whatever version I was using two years ago and the one I have now. No
> clue where to start troubleshooting this though. If you want to take a
> look at my xorg.conf, it's available here:
> Thanks in advance for any suggestions...
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