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  • #82977
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    krapazok
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    he:lo,

    I have a serious problem and i don’t understand the reason.. please i need help urgently..

    I have a new screen ACER K222HQL connected via HDMI
    BUT, Emulasion Station “flash” on the menu, impossible to understand the reason

    i have :
    Change Raspberry –> No
    Change Cable HDMI –> No
    Change cable HDMI to DVI –> No
    Put the raspberry on a old DVI Screen –> Perfect ! O_O

    Look the video for a good understanding : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4ewWnrVHuTw

    I need to finish this arcade cabinet for 7 day, is not possible to me to rebuy a new screen or change, the problem are on the software

    Thank you !

    #82979
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    trimmtrabb
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    What video mode do you have set in /boot/config.txt

    If you have found the solution to your problem please mark the topic as resolved.

    #82990
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    krapazok
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    hi, thank you for the reply.

    I know this solution but i have found the best solution.

    For this moment my /boot/config.txt is :

    hdmi_save=1
    hdmi_drive=2
    hdmi_group=1
    hdmi_mode=16
    config_hdmi_boost=7

    but i running only on 640*480 now :/

    i need to 720p or 1080p

    #82991
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    krapazok
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    for exactly config

    http://pastebin.com/X6nNBHcm

    Note : the kernel are last updated.

    #82994
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    trimmtrabb
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    Change: gpu_mem=64

    to: gpu_mem=256

    Or 128 if you have model A

    Remove these:
    config_hdmi_boost=7
    hdmi-_safe=1

    If you have found the solution to your problem please mark the topic as resolved.

    #83007
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    trimmtrabb
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    You might want to overclock the Pi as well, mine runs stable at 1000mhz, it helps with some emulators. There’s an overclock thread in the forum for reference.

    If you have found the solution to your problem please mark the topic as resolved.

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