On Sunday 21 December 2003 11:58, Nathan Bryant wrote:
his is kind of out of left field, but
maybe their bios tries to probe the monitor's frequency ranges and set
an optimal (read: as high as possible) refresh rate, and your kvm switch
isn't letting the sense data get through.
Good point. I really need to try direct connecting this monitor. However, if
it is doing that, there should also be some way to disable that "feature" in
the BIOS setup and I did not see any.
i had a hell of a time getting my Sun Ultra5 or Ultra10 or whatever it
works working with a PC monitor through a kvm switch... probably a
Belkin switch, too... if it was plugged in directly to the monitor when
the box was booted, it would work ok, and then I could switch it over to
the kvm switch.
good luck updating the bios. maybe you can flash it through Windows with
their bios liveupdate thing.
I really need to find out why the floppy drive is not recognized.
Right now I am installing taroon-amd64 (better than nothing but not really
what I want). With this in 64 bit mode, maybe I can determine what is wrong
with the Linksys NIC and other stuff.