Successful Bootup
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NTSC no use to me Sad
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#12
(03-31-2016, 01:09 PM)montyflange Wrote: OK got it to boot now into Remix OS but all the menu bars and that are on the outside of the TV edge. I have managed to right click and get display settings but there is no option to change resolution, refresh rate etc . How can I get it to change those now ?

WE have mentione dthis limitation to Remix folks and they are working on the solution.
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#13
My Pine did the same, but I went into my TV settings and selected Auto screen size, it synced with RemixOS and there's no overscan.
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#14
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woo-hoo!   Big Grin  Cool  think i got it to start up. i got this linux opening trace crawl, at least, on a ProScan UltraHD 4K screen. we'll see!

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(03-31-2016, 01:09 PM)montyflange Wrote: OK got it to boot now into Remix OS but all the menu bars and that are on the outside of the TV edge. I have managed to right click and get display settings but there is no option to change resolution, refresh rate etc . How can I get it to change those now ?


I had the same. There is likely to be something on the TV itself to fit to screen. No need to change anything on the board or OS.
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(04-04-2016, 04:25 AM)patmolloy Wrote:
(03-31-2016, 01:09 PM)montyflange Wrote: OK got it to boot now into Remix OS but all the menu bars and that are on the outside of the TV edge. I have managed to right click and get display settings but there is no option to change resolution, refresh rate etc . How can I get it to change those now ?


I had the same. There is likely to be something on the TV itself to fit to screen. No need to change anything on the board or OS.
Thats correct. The adjustment must be done on the tv/monitor itself.
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#17
Board: 2GB A64-2GB-Rev 6  2016-02-25

After a day or so of trying all of the various images I got my board booting the Ubuntu image linked from the PINE64 wiki:  Ubuntu Image

I have two caveats so far:

1.  Do not use a DVI-HDMI adapter.  I could only get video output with a straight HDMI cable to an HDMI monitor.

2.  Make sure your USB power supply is at least 5V/1.5A.  Boot up will die early if your USB power supply is something like 5V/0.2A or 5V/0.75A.

Also, if you're a Linux user, I'll be starting PINE64 docs at: http://elinux.org/Pine64

Good luck
Bill
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#18
>Do not use a DVI-HDMI adapter.
How to fix it? My monitor only works with DVI.
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(04-16-2016, 10:52 AM)Sarius Wrote: >Do not use a DVI-HDMI adapter.
How to fix it? My monitor only works with DVI.

Apparently DVI adapters do work, however mine does not.
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#20
Any news on the edge issue/overscan...looks like this was being discussed two months ago...are we years away from a usual Pine64?

Thanks,
JT
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