This means that the graphics card itself is probably OK. Nanhai, any idea for comment 13? I have the same situation as Visitor. I’ve copied the xrand output and I will comment the behaviour of the TV, if this is somehow useful. Download full text 3. Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. See other items More

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As of right now it looks like this issue is affecting alot of people that use of all video cards! Can you please test this on Intrepid; it looks like the upstream fix ought to be included in -intel 2.

Well I have a full colour screen in windows at work. I’ve never seen an xorg. Mouse over to Zoom – Click to enlarge. gmm965

Ask Ubuntu works best with JavaScript enabled. I believe that this bug is related to an earlier bug that I filed which is still unresolved.


I tested by switching between text and X virtual terminals 20 times, and the graphical display came up all 20 times. Introduction Contents Introduction Workaround In this guide, I have provide workaround for screen resolution issue.


Turns out alot of other people have too. Just as an aside Phoronix has a good getting hm965 guide for xrandr which might give you might find helpful: In reply to comment 21 I didn’t figure out if I was supposed to add this new call to iWaitForVbla nk pScrn at the “vanilla” code, or combine it with the previous patch, so I tested with both. Did you reboot after installing the patched driver?

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Once you restart the X server without an S-video cable, then it will not work again even if you replace the cable until the next reboot. I too am experiencing the vha problem.

You are blaming the cable. When I run xrandr –off or –auto there is a quick flicker on the TV but that is all. You vgq to log in to change this bug’s status.


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I’m using th latest version of Intrepid and I’m still with the 30hz problem using a s-video cable. Also, there is one extra issue: Details of the other xrandr commands to try are detailed here.

If all works the TV should be setup as a second screen to the right of the laptop display. This is as professional as it gets. This bug have been solved in debian: Debian Bug tracker freedesktop. I checked the sources available on the TV but the ‘PC’ option was disabled.

Earlier I tried to change something there like resolution etc but didn’t work. This issue also affects some randr front-ends, such as krandrtray.