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Old 11-21-10, 02:07 PM   #1
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Default Issues with Revo (Ion) connecting to tv via AV receiver

I have an Acer Revo (Ion chipset) connecting to an LG 37LG60 tv via an Onkyo TX-SR605 AV receiver. Connections are HDMI from Revo to Onkyo and further HDMI from Onkyo to LG. The same setup is used for Xbox, etc and works fine. The Revo is running Ubuntu 10.04 and with 260.19.21 driver.

If the Revo is connected directly to the TV via HDMI sound and picture work fine with full 1920x1080 resolution.

If the Revo is connected via the Onkyo then, with a standard installation there is no picture displayed. I have attached the nvidia bug report from this (nvidia-bug-report.log.gz) position generated via telnet.

If I amend xorg.conf with "Option UseEDID False" then I get a display but it only shows up at a resolution of 640x480.
I tried added in a custom modeline and so on but that doesn't seem to make any difference (there's a good chance I'm not doing it correctly I would suspect). I've also attached the bug report from this (nvidia-bug-report-amendedorg.log.gz).

There's also no sound but I haven't started looking into that yet to be honest.

Any assistance on getting the resolution up to a full 1920x1080 would be greatly appreciated as the Revo is currently useless at the moments.

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Old 12-01-10, 02:09 PM   #2
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Default Re: Issues with Revo (Ion) connecting to tv via AV receiver

I have a similar problem, but you seem to get a bit farther than me.

The nvidia screen shows then i get "No Signal"
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