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HDMI Display detecetion Full HD TV vs. old Samsung HDMI to DVI 1680*1050 - carrygoldextra - 08-09-2018

Hi guys,

i'm running RetrOrangePi on an Orange Pi 2 (with HDMI), which works out of the box with my TV. But if I try to run the Oange Pi 2 with 4.2 Slim on my old Samsung display (HDMI to DVI) I wont get a picture after the loading screen that says: starting the kernel, the TV usally would switch to HD ready after this screen booting RetrOrangePi. With my Samsung display I am left with a blackscreen, he wont detect any digtal input.

Do you have any idea were I could change some settings to get any picture? I'm also runniny RetroPi with my raspberry pi B (1), there the Samsung screen will be detected after the booting screen.

Thanks for your effort  Smile  and

best regards

Carry


RE: HDMI Display detecetion Full HD TV vs. old Samsung HDMI to DVI 1680*1050 - alexkidd - 08-10-2018

Image is set to pure HDMI by default and it will not change on the fly.
Try this: boot the image in HDMI, run "sudo h3disp" from command line and identify the correct parameter, then re-run h3disp with the added flags plus "-d" , for DVI
something like: "sudo h3disp -m 10 -d" , for 1920x1080 DVI, for example. Then it should boot in your old TV. Keep in mind, 1680x1050 might not be compliant, need confirmation


RE: HDMI Display detecetion Full HD TV vs. old Samsung HDMI to DVI 1680*1050 - djcasl - 08-15-2018

(08-10-2018, 12:04 AM)alexkidd Wrote: Image is set to pure HDMI by default and it will not change on the fly.
Try this: boot the image in HDMI, run "sudo h3disp" from command line and identify the correct parameter, then re-run h3disp with the added flags plus "-d" , for DVI
something like: "sudo h3disp -m 10 -d" , for 1920x1080 DVI, for example. Then it should boot in your old TV. Keep in mind, 1680x1050 might not be compliant, need confirmation

Can I use this to make this work on a 4:3 screen with 1024 X 768 resolution?

I tried help from:
ropi videooption and ropi config but I can't get video on 15 inch dell screen.


RE: HDMI Display detecetion Full HD TV vs. old Samsung HDMI to DVI 1680*1050 - alexkidd - 08-15-2018

those instructions are for the raspberry pi , not OrangePi

to enable 1024x768 , try "sudo h3disp -m 32" or "sudo h3disp -m 32 -d"


RE: HDMI Display detecetion Full HD TV vs. old Samsung HDMI to DVI 1680*1050 - djcasl - 08-15-2018

/usr/bin/h3disp: missing video mode. Try one of the following:

   480i        use "-m 480i" or "-m 0"
   576i        use "-m 576i" or "-m 1"
   480p        use "-m 480p" or "-m 2"
   576p        use "-m 576p" or "-m 3"
   720p50      use "-m 720p50" or "-m 4"
   720p60      use "-m 720p60" or "-m 5"
   1080i50     use "-m 1080i50" or "-m 6"
   1080i60     use "-m 1080i60" or "-m 7"
   1080p24     use "-m 1080p24" or "-m 8"
   1080p50     use "-m 1080p50" or "-m 9"
   1080p60     use "-m 1080p60" or "-m 10"
   1080p25     use "-m 1080p25" or "-m 11"
   1080p30     use "-m 1080p30" or "-m 12"
   1080p24_3d  use "-m 1080p24_3d" or "-m 13"
   720p50_3d   use "-m 720p50_3d" or "-m 14"
   720p60_3d   use "-m 720p60_3d" or "-m 15"
   1080p24_3d  use "-m 1080p24_3d" or "-m 23"
   720p50_3d   use "-m 720p50_3d" or "-m 24"
   720p60_3d   use "-m 720p60_3d" or "-m 25"
   1080p25     use "-m 1080p25" or "-m 26"
   1080p30     use "-m 1080p30" or "-m 27"
   4kp30       use "-m 4kp30" or "-m 28"
   4kp25       use "-m 4kp25" or "-m 29"
   800x480     use "-m 800x480" or "-m 31"
   1024x768    use "-m 1024x768" or "-m 32"
   1280x1024   use "-m 1280x1024" or "-m 33"
   1360x768    use "-m 1360x768" or "-m 34"
   1440x900    use "-m 1440x900" or "-m 35"
   1680x1050   use "-m 1680x1050" or "-m 36"
   2048x1536   use "-m 2048x1536" or "-m 37"

I did sudo h3disp -m 32 -d, got picture on my Dell. Yay

I you messup your resolution and got no more picture, just use putty or other ssh client to connect and run program again. Worked for me.