Monitor I have seen a IBM P92 Monitor available used for a good price in my area.
It has a 13w3 connector on the back. Can anybody tell me before I buy
this if it will work with my Sun Ultra1 properly?
Monitor I am having a problem getting a monitor to work with my Sun Ultra1.
I purchased a 13w3-HD15 adapter on ebay. Problem was that the
genders where wrong to I had to add a 13w3-Male-Male cable and
a HD15 female-female cable to each end to correct the genders. I still
get no picture. I thought with an adapter any SVGA monitor should
work, I tried two, Viewsonic E70 and a NEC Accusync 90. Neither
get a picture. Do I need a SVGA monitor that supports Sync on Comp?
P/N 28278 (13W3MH15F) 13W3 Male to VGA 15 Female
Two PC monitors that definitely work with this adapter are NEC6FGP and
Your PC monitor must be capable of supporting Sun's scan rates and
composite sync in order for this adapter to work. Sun's scan rates are 61.8
kHZ horizontal and 66 HZ vertical which eliminates flicker. Composite sync
is horizontal and vertical sync combined. NOTE: If your PC monitor cannot
scan at Sun's rates and support composite sync, the adapter alone will not
I hope this help!
"Darren" <Darren_Dyrland@hotmailREMOVE.com> wrote in
New monitor I'm glad there's this new crop of glossy monitors that most
manufacturers are pushing. Now instead of looking at the application
I'm using, I instead get to see my face, the birds out the window
behind me, etc.
And as a bonus, you can see when your boss is sneaking up on you, so that
you can quicly hide the (whatever you shouldn't be looking at/running) and
pretend to work.
Maybe this would help:
"throwitout" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
Monitor advice ;
[snip original message]
> Dell 2405FPW 24inch
> max res - 1920 x 1200
> screen size 20.4 x 12.7 inches
> V 56 - 76 Hz Frame rate
> H 30 - 81 Khz Line rate
> What is the Bandwidth of the Omega?
> Is there working 1600 x 1200 60hz mode for a LCD that is ok with the
> Omega in 32bpp?
> (something to start with in !MakeModes)
There are quite a few supplied MDFs on the machine. My problem is my
current monitor (a very nicely-behaved 17inch CRT) balks at anything
over 1600 x 1200 @ 60Hz. I run at 1280 x 1024 @ 85Hz most of the time.
If I try the 1600 x 1200 x 16M from the generic 21" LCD MDF, I get an
OUT OF FREQUENCY error for the monitor. It seems to be delivering a
74Hz signal (I think).
In fact, it claims to deliver a 2048 x 1536 x 16M @ 60 Hz. I just
can't test it on this monitor.
The Omega documentation file mentions that the "video bandwidth is
normally set at 960,000 Kbytes/sec"
Quite what that means about limitations, I don't fully know.
In message <email@example.com>
Phil Michael <
Monitor failures All:
I have a number of SUN 24" monitors that have developed flickering.
I bought 10 of these over the past 5-6 years and almost all of them
started to flicker...No good for CAD work. SUN claims that they
don't see that very often...I find it hard to believ only I have
Are there any reliable monitor repair facilities is the Northeast area (NJ)?
New Monitor !!
I just bought a new monitor, a Samsung 915N. I am looking for a free
program that I can check the pixels out and possibly the response
monitor refresh How do I modify the monitor refresh rate in Windows 3.1?
> How do I modify the monitor refresh rate in Windows 3.1?
It has been close to 8 years since using Windows 3.1. Suggest re-posting
in comp.os.ms-windows.setup.win3x for more advice. But here goes...
Windows 3.1 is more dependent on the MS-DOS setup and this factors into
making configuration changes. Essentially, both the video card and monitor
need to be supported by MS-DOS and Windows 3.1. IIRC, the MS-DOS
portion sets up the video card's bios for system changes and a mode switch
is invoked in either the config.sys or autoexec.bat file. Windows 3.1 video
setup will conform to the boot-up setting but modifications can be made if
the monitor has a Windows 3.1 *.ini file. This can be done in the display
DVI Monitor I am having a hard time setting up my DVI monitor with a radeon 9200
Everything works fine with a normal 17" CRT: the fglrx driver is
loaded and X starts.
When I connect the LCD monitor it simply switch off as it was out of
I have tried to set up timing with xtiming.sourceforge.net but it
I am using Slackware 9.2 with kernel 2.6.2 and module driver fglrx
downloaded from ati.
What monitor are you using and what are the speces for this monitor
and what is the modeline you entered.
Then you will get the help you want.
"Eddy" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I am having a hard time setting up my DVI monitor with a radeon 9200
> Everything works fine with a normal 17" CRT: the fglrx driver is loaded
> and X starts.
> When I connect the LCD monitor it simply switch off as it was out of
> I have tried to set up timing with xtiming.sourceforge.net but it
> doesn't work.
> I am using Slackware 9.2 with kernel 2.6.2 and module driver fglrx
> downloaded from ati.
I have tried a DVI cable together with a Radeon 9000, the opensource dri
performance monitor Im looking too set up some performance monitor on my system. Id like to use
crontab to schedule them. What id like to see is cpu, NIC, and memory
utilization, and IO's to the drives with MBs transfered. Any help would be
In article <w1Ppb.email@example.com>,
Jim Ruddy <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>Im looking too set up some performance monitor on my system. Id like to use
>crontab to schedule them. What id like to see is cpu, NIC, and memory
>utilization, and IO's to the drives with MBs transfered. Any help would be
See man sar.
Also, look at the sample crontab for user 'sys'. If you
uncomment the entries there it will generate statistics
at a pre-defined interval which you can change.
"Dave Gresham" <email@example.com> a �crit dans le message de
> In article <w1Ppb.firstname.lastname@example.org>,
> Jim Ruddy <email@example.com> wrote:
> >Im looking too set up some performance monitor on my system. Id like to
> >crontab to schedule them. What id like
Monitor questions I have a 7 year old computer with a Matrox Millennium G400 video card and
a 17" CRT monitor. I can run in 800x600 comfortably, but if I try
1024x768, everything is a little small on my monitor. So I want to get a
larger LCD monitor.
First question: Does refresh rate matter with LCD monitors? I notice my
G400 supports a maximum of 1280x968, but the refresh rate would be 60 Hz.
If refresh rate doesn't matter with LCD, then I might get a large enough
monitor that lets me run in 1280x968.
Second question: Since my G400 does not support widescreen resolutions,
what would happen if I were to buy a widescreen LCD monitor? (I might
want a widescreen monitor so that I can use the capability when I upgrade
my computer.) Would the image stretch horizontally so that it fit all of
the screen? (That would be bad.) Or would there be empty black space on
both sides of the image? (That would be better.)
"void" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>I have a 7 year old computer with a Matrox Millennium G400 video card and a
>17" CRT monitor. I can run in 800x600 comfortably, but if I try