|02-01-09, 08:43 PM||#1|
Join Date: Jan 2009
LCD TV not being properly detected.
Hi, I have a Technika LCD22-408 TV. I'm using it as a second monitor via the VGA port on my HP DV2058ea laptop, but it's not being properly detected, here are some specs:
OS: Ubuntu 8.10
Graphics card: NVidia GeForce Go 7200
Graphics driver: NVidia 180.22 (Same problem with previous versions also)
It is supposed to go to 1680x1050 but I can only get these resolutions:
1360x768, 1152x864, 1024x768, 800x600, 680x384, 640x480, 576x432, 512x384, 400x300, 320x240
It's an obscure UK-based make, it's actually Tesco's own electronics brand so I'm guessing it's a rebranded television, which makes it difficult to find support online for it.
On the monitors settings page on NVidia X Server Settings it only shows Refresh rate: 60 Hz and sliders to adjust digital vibrance and image sharpening. Looks very bare compared to the page for my laptop's screen.
I've attached a nvidia-bug-report.log
EDIT: Looking at line 729 it does appear to be an EDID problem.
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