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Pulver 02-09-07 05:48 AM

change "1360x768" timings ?
 
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Hello

Im using Mandriva 2007 and the latest 9746 drivers.

The native resolution for my LCD-TV is 1366x768 and Im using 1360x768 (close enough) on my desktop.

I want to do some "fine adjustment" since the picture is not 100% centered on the screen, and I have succesfully tried some timings in Powerstrip using Windows.

However - If I try those changes in the "1360x768" modeline in /etc/X11/xorg.conf and restart - nothing happens.

I even removed the modeline completely, restarted and still got 1360x768 ?

How can I change the "1360x768" timings ?

Attached the nvidia-bug-report.log made with startx -- -logverbose 6

Thanks.

Ben_Noz91 02-09-07 10:22 AM

Re: change "1360x768" timings ?
 
I have setup a 1368x768 display, so I have two lost pixel columns on left and right.
So far I understood that the width must be divisible by 8, due to X11 design.
Please tell me if I am wrong.

pe1chl 02-09-07 12:00 PM

Re: change "1360x768" timings ?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Pulver
How can I change the "1360x768" timings ?

Try to give both the modeline and the referral to it a less obvious name.
There is a modeline in your config file and in the EDID data that both a named 1360x768.
You can use any name, e.g. 1360by768

Pulver 02-09-07 01:32 PM

Re: change "1360x768" timings ?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by pe1chl
Try to give both the modeline and the referral to it a less obvious name.
There is a modeline in your config file and in the EDID data that both a named 1360x768.
You can use any name, e.g. 1360by768

Thanks for the tip - tried that: renamed the modeline to "1360by768" and changed subsection Display modes to "1360by768"

Unfortunately - nothing happend. Still the same timings I always get.


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