Display of Intel G35/X3500 via HDMI on HDTV is shifted to the left
jerone at gmail.com
Thu Jan 24 09:33:54 PST 2008
When connected what does xrandr --verbose produce?
On Jan 24, 2008 10:57 AM, Arjen van der Meijden <acmmailing at tweakers.net> wrote:
> Hi list,
> I have a Asus P5E-VM-HDMI mainboard with Intel G35 chipset. I've a
> Toshiba 37Z3030 (fullhd) TV connected to it using the HDMI-output.
> Although it more or less works, the image displayed on the TV is shifted
> about 35 pixels to the left and 15 pixels to the top (i.e. the upper
> left corner of the image is behind the upper left corner of the bezel of
> the screen) and on right and bottom side I have blank pixels.
> This happens with Ubuntu Linux 710 Gutsy (Xorg-core 1.3 and intel driver
> 2.1.1), the current Hardy version (Intel 2.2.0+git20080107 and Xorg
> 1.4.1~git20080118) and today's git-checkout of the Intel driver with
> Hardy's Xorg. And using 32bits or 64bits didn't matter, although
> currently I'm using 32bits.
> I have currently no modelines or resolution configurations in my
> xorg.conf, nor did specifying any help. I couldn't really find earlier
> mail in the archive about this issue, except for some remarks that it
> was supposedly fixed in 2.2.0/1.4.0.
> As a sidenote I can't seem to get the screen working with 1920x1080 at
> 60Hz, X only detects 1920x1080 at 0Hz (and 720x576 and 640x480) and
> refuses to operate with any other modeline. The detected frequencies
> seem to indicate it operates at 50Hz.
> In windows I was able to select 24, 25, 30, 50 and 60 Hz for 1920x1080
> and the image is correctly positioned on the display.
> Best regards,
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