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[Mini 2] HDMI-DVI converter failure (no screen)

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Published in 2015-10-17 04:45:39 | Show all floors
@zipob

thanks mate, it worked perfectly for me

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Published in 2015-10-17 06:15:13 | Show all floors
Edited by Riconec at 2015-10-17 06:56
zipob replied at 2015-10-15 19:14
Install sunxi-tools

Boot partition should be mounted to /media/boot in loboris images. As root, m ...

Hi. Could you please share your script.fex ?
This would be a lot helpfull. May be there is some differences between your and my file (i`ve tried to enable hdmi-dvi and change a lot).

With default script.bin (720p50) and new hdmi_para nothing changes. With modified script.bin (720p60, disabled tv_out, hdmi_enable = 0 in [audio] and some other params) it is working, but so bad. Picture came for split of second and very glitchy. But it worls somehow

Thank you in advance.

Also for everyone: please share your script.bin/fex files.

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Published in 2015-10-17 09:02:08 | Show all floors
Riconec replied at 2015-10-17 06:15
Hi. Could you please share your script.fex ?
This would be a lot helpfull. May be there is some dif ...

my script.fex http://pastebin.com/rrmHGgke

pll_video is set to 432 because I modified the 720p resolution in kernel sources to 1280x1024 and it seems that pll_video needs to be a multiple of the dot clock frequency (108MHz for 1280x1024), otherwise it should be same as default.

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Published in 2015-10-17 23:02:23 | Show all floors
Does this work for android, too?

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Published in 2015-10-25 14:00:00 | Show all floors
I tried two adapters and a cable HDMI to DVI: none of them worked.
HDMI/HDMI cable and HDMI monitor work ok.

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Published in 2015-11-3 12:42:13 | Show all floors
just want to share my experience in getting my Orange Pi PC work on HPW1907 montor with DVI connection.

1. i modified the script.fex to include the following:
     a. under [hdmi_para], i have included the following lines:
           hdcp_enable = 0
           hdmi_cts_compatibility = 1

     b. under [boot_disp]
          screen0_output_type = 3
          screen0_ouput_mode = 4
          screen0_output_type = 3
          screen0_ouput_mode = 4
          fb0_width = 1440
          fb0_height = 900
          fb1_width = 1440
          fb1_height = 900

Note: the 1440 and 900 is the recommended maximum resolution that my HPW1907 monitor can support.

my hardware set-up is:
    orange pi ------HDMI cable -----HDMI to VDI Connector----HPW1907 DVI Port
my OS is: OrangePI-PC_Ubuntu_Vivid_Mate.img.xz

a good reference to read on how the srcipt.bin (or script.fex) can be found in this link:
     http://linux-sunxi.org/Fex_Guide#.5Bdisp_init.5D

you need to install a sunxi tools in order to convert the sript.bin to a text file (script.fex) to modify  the parameters inside it.
    https://github.com/linux-sunxi/sunxi-tools

if somebody needs a more detailed stepts, just drop me a note.

Enjoy playing with your Orange Pi PC!!!!



         

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Published in 2015-11-4 05:15:28 | Show all floors
jamante replied at 2015-11-3 12:42
just want to share my experience in getting my Orange Pi PC work on HPW1907 montor with DVI connecti ...

it is not work .

monitor resolution 1920x1080p 60

my setup :
[boot_disp]
advert_disp = 0
auto_hpd = 1
output_type = 4
hdmi_channel = 0
hdmi_mode = 4
cvbs_channel = 1
cvbs_mode = 11
output_full = 1
hdmi_mode_check = 1

[disp_init]
disp_init_enable = 1
disp_mode = 0
screen0_output_type = 3
screen0_output_mode = 10
screen1_output_type = 3
screen1_output_mode = 10
fb0_format = 0
fb0_width = 1920  // or 0
fb0_height = 1080  // or 0
fb1_format = 0
fb1_width = 1920
fb1_height = 1080


[hdmi_para]
hdcp_enable = 0
hdmi_cts_compatibility = 1
hdmi_used = 1
hdmi_power = "vcc-hdmi-18"

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Published in 2015-11-4 15:25:08 | Show all floors
@marekwolek, what monitor are you using?  can you specify what is your hardware set-up?  let's see whether I can help.

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Published in 2015-11-4 23:27:25 | Show all floors
Edited by marekwolek at 2015-11-4 23:30
jamante replied at 2015-11-4 15:25
@marekwolek, what monitor are you using?  can you specify what is your hardware set-up?  let's see w ...

Hi
My monitor  LG e2240   1920x1080p 60hz ( fullHD)
I to connection Orange PI plus from monitor used cable HDMI - DVI.

After change of parametersthe
hdcp_enable = 0
hdmi_cts_compatibility = 1

Used os in Orange Pi plus   : OrangePI_Ubuntu_Vivid_Mate



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Published in 2015-11-5 01:45:48 | Show all floors
marekwolek replied at 2015-11-4 16:27
HiMy monitor  LG e2240   1920x1080p 60hz ( fullHD)I to connection Orange PI plus from monitor used  ...

If you can connect it to another monitor, or if you can connect via ssh, download update_kernel.sh from Mega,
copy it to /usr/local/bin and make it executable, then run
  1. sudo update_kernel.sh
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Follow the instructions to select hdmi->dvi as your monitor type.

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