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Old 02-05-06, 04:40 PM   #25
netllama
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Default Re: What means width too large for virtual size

This is the only 1080i mode in the EDID that you captured:
(--) NVIDIA(0): 1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz
(--) NVIDIA(0): Pixel Clock : 74.18 MHz
(--) NVIDIA(0): HRes, HSyncStart : 1920, 2008
(--) NVIDIA(0): HSyncEnd, HTotal : 2052, 2200
(--) NVIDIA(0): VRes, VSyncStart : 540, 542
(--) NVIDIA(0): VSyncEnd, VTotal : 547, 562
(--) NVIDIA(0): H/V Polarity : +/+
(--) NVIDIA(0): Extra: Interlaced

However, I don't see you attempting that modeline (or any other 1080i modeline) in the X configuration you just posted. Please try using the one above, and generate a new bug report if it fails.

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Lonni
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Old 02-06-06, 03:15 PM   #26
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Default Re: What means width too large for virtual size

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Originally Posted by netllama
This is the only 1080i mode in the EDID that you captured:
(--) NVIDIA(0): 1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz
(--) NVIDIA(0): Pixel Clock : 74.18 MHz
(--) NVIDIA(0): HRes, HSyncStart : 1920, 2008
(--) NVIDIA(0): HSyncEnd, HTotal : 2052, 2200
(--) NVIDIA(0): VRes, VSyncStart : 540, 542
(--) NVIDIA(0): VSyncEnd, VTotal : 547, 562
(--) NVIDIA(0): H/V Polarity : +/+
(--) NVIDIA(0): Extra: Interlaced

However, I don't see you attempting that modeline (or any other 1080i modeline) in the X configuration you just posted. Please try using the one above, and generate a new bug report if it fails.

Thanks,
Lonni
I missed that one. I accidentally typed ModeLine instead of Modeline a couple of times. All fixed now. In the attached file you can see that all 1080i modelines taken from the EDID data are all deemed illegal or vrefresh out of range All other 60Hz modelines taken from the Toshiba have the 'not a multiple of 8' error.
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Old 02-06-06, 04:02 PM   #27
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Default Re: What means width too large for virtual size

For now, please set UseEDIDFreqs to false, and broaden the vrefresh range in your X configuration, and see if that allows you to use the tosh1080i-60ST modeline.

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Lonni
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Old 02-07-06, 10:13 AM   #28
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For now, please set UseEDIDFreqs to false, and broaden the vrefresh range in your X configuration, and see if that allows you to use the tosh1080i-60ST modeline.

Thanks,
Lonni
OK, by extending vertRefresh to 15.0 - 120.0 Hz the 1080i modelines got accepted. I tried all variations with the following results:

tosh1080i-60 -> resolution 1920x540(!) 120Hz (!), image stretched
tosh1080i-60ST -> resolution 1920x540(!) 120Hz (!), image stretched
tosh1080i-50 -> resolution 1920x1080 50Hz, image OK
tosh1080i-50ST -> resolution 1920x1080 50Hz, image OK
ATSC-1080-60i -> resolution 1920x1080 60Hz, image OK
ATSC-1080-59.94i -> resolution 1920x1080 ~60Hz, image OK

The image was allways overscanned on all sides. When trying to play a video at this resolution using mplayer always results in X consuming 100% CPU and no picture is shown. But this is probably another mather.

I guess there is some problem with calculating modelines and the refresh rates.

Jurgen
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