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I'm fairly new to linux, so please have mercy. Hardware: Asus L3800C laptop, which utilizes ATI Radeon Mobilty 7500 (M7 LW) Finlux LCD 2620TN, a LCD TV which has a ...
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- 10-12-2005 #1
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- Oct 2005
FC3, dual head, weird image effect on second monitor
I'm fairly new to linux, so please have mercy.
- Asus L3800C laptop,
which utilizes ATI Radeon Mobilty 7500 (M7 LW)
- Finlux LCD 2620TN,
a LCD TV which has a VGA port, http://www.finlux.nl/nl/producten/lcd/lcd-2620tn.htm (sorry that site is dutch or french only)
- Fedora Core 3
I'm attempting to use the dual head function to clone my laptop screen on the TV so I can watch my DVDs. That works, to some extent.
The problem is that there is a copy of the screen with inverted colours overlayed approx. 10cm from the bottom of the screen. (If someone knows a better description of the problem, don't hesitate to menition it) Obviously this ...., well, it sucks.
Here, http://bachusii.dyndns.org/whatever/X/, you'll find 2 pictures I've taken of the screen with the effect visible. As well as my xorg.conf file, the X log files (in the x1 directory those from a boot with the TV connected, in the x2 directory from a boot without the TV connected)
If I forgot to mention some info or forgot a log file, please ask. Tell me what's missing, what you're looking for in the missing part and I'll add it.
I did google, but I couldn't find anything that led me to a solution of this problem.
Has anyone seen this before? What causes it? What is the solution?