I am trying to run MISTer using an ancient LCD panel that has DVI inputs, using a DVI-HDMI cable. It seems, though, that MISTer does not correctly detect the resolution of the monitor and instead uses some other resolution:
Is it possible to manually lock the resolution of the HDMI output to the actual resolution of this monitor?
Mouseboy007 wrote:Can someone advise me of a couple of things please - first, I keep seeing different revisions of boards and modules and although I've not read of any interoperability issues with different boards and modules of different revisions, I just wanted to check with you knowledgable lot and also ask if there are even specific revisions I should be on the lookout for.
Mouseboy007 wrote:Secondly I'd like to buy the bits I need from as few sellers as possible in as few transactions as possible. I realise we're not talking off the shelf stuff here but I wondered if there's anyone that can facilitate providing all that I need (perhaps excluding the main board and SDCards that I can buy off the shelf) for one price - shipped to the UK.
Mouseboy007 wrote:On the other hand Rev. 5.5 onwards have a special zero latency USB jack that is used as a direct serial link to the FPGA core. It is not for connecting plain USB devices but instead intended for low latency controller add-on boards.[/url] As of now only one add-on board is available that supports this feature. In addition for the feature to work it must also be supported by the cores and as of know the support is still very low (e.g. Neo Geo core doesn't support it yet).
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Sorgelig wrote:set composite_sync=1
Also make sure the SOG switch is ON.
I'm new in Mister Fpga configuration and i have a wierd issue.
I use the HDMI out for the video and the audio.
If I start the mister and choose Gameboy Core or some Arcade Core like Digdug, Donkey Kong. I don't have sound.
If I start the core of SNES or NeoGeo I have sound and go after that to the Gameboy Core or DigDug or Donkey Kong I have sound. But If I start Gameboy after digdug i got no sound for example.
I tried 48k and 96k HDMI option but i have the same behavior.
Thanks for your tips and helps
SegaSnatcher wrote:Hey Sorg, I was curious about your USSR computer cores. For someone without any experiece with these cores (American) do these have some underrated games or are these cores not really good for any kind of gaming purposes? Thanks