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#1 not2fly4awg

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Posted 29 December 2007 - 12:52 PM

I have the this problem. I have a dell 24 wide screen lcd with component hookups. I always have a scrambled image with all the Xport emus and FBA XXX. I have to blindly set it to 1080i through button combinations. Why have that feature if it can be saved? When I have it running through composite it shows just fine but its blurry on a HD monitor. Hope someone see this and can help. I've tired this on a few different HD Tvs and get the same results. Why won't the HD settings keep? Does anyone else have this problem besides me and Brouhaha.

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Posted 30 December 2007 - 12:18 AM

QUOTE(not2fly4awg @ Dec 29 2007, 03:28 AM) View Post

I have the this problem. I have a dell 24 wide screen lcd with component hookups. I always have a scrambled image with all the Xport emus and FBA XXX. I have to blindly set it to 1080i through button combinations. Why have that feature if it can be saved? When I have it running through composite it shows just fine but its blurry on a HD monitor. Hope someone see this and can help. I've tired this on a few different HD Tvs and get the same results. Why won't the HD settings keep? Does anyone else have this problem besides me and Brouhaha.

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Yup, with certain emulators, everyone has this problem. I play my XBox through a VGA monitor as well, which means that I also cannot see a 480i signal. As crappy as it sounds, I just memorized the button sequence needed to switch them into HD mode. I don't think the problem is ever going to be fixed (at least not by the original author of the emulators in question.)

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Posted 30 December 2007 - 06:02 AM

Hey if I was you guys I would look around some more for a solution... I remember having this same problem and discovering a weird work around. I no longer have this issue, and unfortunately have no idea what I did to fix it... Also I seem to recall NES giving a solution some time back. Also make sure you're running the most up to date emulators... anyways all i'm saying is that I think there is a solution, because I'm sure mine doesant have the problem anymore (have my emu's running at 720p hooked up to a philips plasma... so i guess it may be different through vga but doubtful). Sorry I know I didn't give any actual solution.


EDIT: Also... NOT2FLY4AWG I think it's kinda dumb you would post in the thread a few threads down on the same exact subject and then make a whole new duplicate thread referencing the same exact problem.... just don't do that.... kinda a wasted space.

Edited by competes2win, 30 December 2007 - 06:08 AM.





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