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Old 01-07-03, 01:07 AM   #1
GoldstarQC
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Default TVOut question with 4191.

I currently have 1 monitor and using the TVout. My problem is that I need to run the TVout at 800x600 and the monitor at 800x600 also. If I put a bigger resolution on the monitor, i got panning on the TV.

Anyone know howto tell the XF86Config to use 2 different resolutions ?

I see a tutorial at http://www.sh.nu/nvidia (look the XF86Config links) that say "Running Monitor at 1280x1024 and TVOut at 800x600. The problem is that the guy use "modeline" in "screen" section, but how can I know the good one for my monitor ??

I have a Samsung SyncMaster 950p monitor.

Thank you if anyone can tell me how to use 2 diff. resolution.
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Old 01-08-03, 02:17 PM   #2
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I have a TV-Out HowTo on my Webpage.
iofcea.de

The HowTo is written in german, but there is an example of a XF86Config file, which anyone can understand.

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