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LE32R8, hdmi partially okay, option grayed out

by tlm75 / February 18, 2010 2:01 AM PST

I have i LE32R8 attached to a HDMI 1360x768@60Hz - partially working.

The colors are distorted.

Could this my any chance be something other than cable-error?

At the manual page p52-53, it says imagelock - but this option is grayed out. I guess this is due to the use of HDMI and not VGA (?)

The PC is running Ubuntu 9.10 - with HDMI solo-output.

I hoped that the HDMI was a bullitproof auto-config solution, with no color distortion - I need advice on my next move.

Thomas, Denmark

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