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Old 10-05-04, 03:54 AM   #1
gigerk
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Default no TV-Out at X-startup

i've got a Debian Woody configured with latest NVidia Drivers (1.0-6111), Xfree86 4.4.0 (self-compiled). My video card is a GeForce3 Ti200 on a Asus A7n8x (Nforce2 chipset) Motherboard.
Card BIOS: 03.20.00.20.03.
I'd like that when I start X only the tv-out is used. So I configured it as in the NVidia README. But when I started it, there's always this error ((EE) Screen(s) found, but none have a usable configuration.). After playing with XF86Config I saw that if I commented out the line 'Option "ConnectedMonitor" "TV"' everything works fine, only that the output is on the CRT. If I started X on CRT and used nvtv afterwards it works. But it's not really comfortable.
So how should I change my XF86Config (or anything else)?
attached are my XF86Config-4 and the log-file
thx
kaspar
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File Type: txt XFree86.0.log.txt (18.7 KB, 110 views)
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