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My DVI output is not running at the right resolution.

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Posted: 01 Feb, 2008
by: Admin A.
Updated: 01 Feb, 2008
by: Admin A.
Some DVI or HDMI monitors do not report back correct resolution settings.  This
is called the monitor's EDID data.

They are supposed to tell the attached equipment, the MasonIP, their correct
settings but we have found many monitors do not report correct information.  This
can confuse the MasonIP to output incorrect size/resolution video for the attached

Try powering up the MasonIP without the DVI cable attached.  MasonIP only reads
the EDID data when it boots up.  After bootup, then connect the DVI cable to your

Document: 11008
Created: 7/3/07
Modified: 7/3/07
Product: MasonIP
Firmware Version: all
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