> I am about to get a RasterOps 624 color video card for SE/30. When I moved
> my SE/30 to the side of my SVGA monitor, the monitor suffered from
> interference. I could place them away from each other, but that ruins the
> whole virtual desktop setup. The monitor is a PC monitor (IBM G40 model, if
> that helps). Is there a way to shield from this interference?
fixed resolution (640*480) 264 board in an SE/30. [Yes the thought that
you'd transposed numbers crossed my mind, but you have the benefit of the
It also causes interference (or more precisely I think the analog sweep
board in the SE/30 interferes with the monitor). My solution was to use the
lid off one of my wife's cake tins to damp the interference to a tolerable
level. I straightened out 2 of the edge flaps, put some blue-tac on the
underside of the remaining flaps and secured it to the side of the SE/30
facing the external monitor.
As mine is fixed res, I haven't explored this, sorry.Quote:> Also, is the RasterOps 624 compatible with all current monitors (PC and
> Mac)? Lastly, I need help in selecting the correct VGA adaptor. I need one
> that will work with all current PC monitors at higher resolutions. I am
> looking at two so far. Both have dip switches, but one also has a rotary
> switch. Which one is better?
Computer Systems Officer - Tourism Tasmania <ringnose 'at' tourism.tas.gov.au>
User/Mail/Network Support & Admin, Lotus Notes Dev & Admin.
Owner/Operator - Tesseract Computing <hypercube 'at' tesseract.com.au>
4D & Applescript => automated office & control systems
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