monitor problem

monitor problem

Post by Nik Playe » Tue, 12 Aug 2003 16:58:55



Hello,

I was hoping somone could help me...... it's little off topic as it involves
hardware.....

I have a Sun Ultra 30 with Creator Series 2 (FFB2) graphics card.

I would like to use it with a Diamond XEN1510P 15.1" TFT Monitor (13w3
adaptor) but the display will not work because the horizontal sync rate from
the graphics card is too high 76Khz.

Monitor Scanning Frequencies: (V) 56~75Hz ,(H) 31.5 ~60KHz

Is it possible to use a different graphics card ?  or do I have to use a CRT
(eg Sun/Sony) display with this system ?

Any help would greatly appreciated.

Cheers  Nik

 
 
 

monitor problem

Post by Michael Laajane » Wed, 13 Aug 2003 23:05:30



> Hello,

> I was hoping somone could help me...... it's little off topic as it involves
> hardware.....

> I have a Sun Ultra 30 with Creator Series 2 (FFB2) graphics card.

> I would like to use it with a Diamond XEN1510P 15.1" TFT Monitor (13w3
> adaptor) but the display will not work because the horizontal sync rate from
> the graphics card is too high 76Khz.

> Monitor Scanning Frequencies: (V) 56~75Hz ,(H) 31.5 ~60KHz

> Is it possible to use a different graphics card ?  or do I have to use a CRT
> (eg Sun/Sony) display with this system ?

> Any help would greatly appreciated.

> Cheers  Nik

Try to strap the connector to the lowest rate as the URL below shows,
you could do this with fbconfig also and then you have more options.
bash-2.05# /usr/sbin/fbconfig -prconf

--- Hardware Configuration for /dev/fb ---
Type: single-buffered FFB2+
Board: rev 2 (Vertical)

FBC: version 0x2241906d
DAC: Brooktree 9070, version 1 (Pac2)
3DRAM: Mitsubishi 130a, version 1
EDID Data: Not Available
Monitor Sense ID: 6  (Sun monitor)
Monitor possible resolutions: 1024x768x77, 1024x800x84, 1152x900x66,
         1152x900x76, 1280x1024x67, 1280x1024x76, 960x680x112s, 960x680x108s
Current resolution setting: 1152x900x76

http://www.gruftie.net/ibm/13w3/13w3_pinout.html

/michael

 
 
 

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