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Managed to mess up my installation - help!
« on: October 11, 2017, 05:47:08 pm »
So I'm using GroovyMame and crtemudriver (latest versions) on Windows 10 with a dual monitor set up. The CRT is a Sony BVM D24 connected to the VGA adaptor and the LCD is Sony TV connected via HDMI. Both monitors are connected to a Radeon 5400 series card with VGA, DVI and HDMI ports.

I've installed (and reinstalled) the CRT Emu Driver with no problems. I've used VMM with the BVM settings outline on this post: http://forum.arcadecontrols.com/index.php/topic,116023.msg1566319.html#msg1566319 to create and add 56 model lines to the cards Analog_1 connector with EDID emulation enabled. Modes are successfully deployed and I can switch the BVM monitor into various 15khz modes.

However, when I run GroovyMame it appears to be trying to send a 15khz signal to the Sony TV rather than the BVM (the TV shows the mame menu and then unsupported signal when a game is selected). Here are the settings in the mame ini (Export monitor settings to GroovyMAME is enabled)

#
# CORE SWITCHRES OPTIONS
#
modeline_generation       1
monitor                   custom
orientation               horizontal
connector                 auto
interlace                 1
doublescan                1
super_width               2560
changeres                 1
powerstrip                0
lock_system_modes         1
lock_unsupported_modes    1
refresh_dont_care         0
dotclock_min              0
sync_refresh_tolerance    2.0
frame_delay               0
vsync_offset              0
black_frame_insertion     0
modeline                  auto
ps_timing                 auto
lcd_range                 auto
crt_range0                15200-20500, 54.70-62.00, 1.500, 4.700, 4.700, 0.602, 0.191, 1.352, 0, 0, 192, 288, 390, 576
crt_range1                30300-35000, 54.70-62.00, 0.500, 2.000, 2.600, 0.128, 0.030, 1.032, 0, 0, 320, 480, 0, 0
crt_range2                30300-35000, 54.70-62.00, 0.500, 2.000, 2.600, 0.030, 0.030, 1.032, 0, 0, 481, 512, 0, 0
crt_range3                42200-49900, 54.70-62.00, 0.800, 0.755, 3.400, 0.067, 0.156, 0.444, 0, 0, 640, 800, 0, 0
crt_range4                auto
crt_range5                auto
crt_range6                auto
crt_range7                auto
crt_range8                auto
crt_range9                auto


Any ideas what the problem could be?

Thanks,
John
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Re: Managed to mess up my installation - help!
« Reply #1 on: October 12, 2017, 05:38:32 pm »
Quick update. I had managed to install the driver to the Sony TV (LCD). Once I uninstalled the CRT Emudriver and reinstalled; unplugged the Sony and followed the instructions I managed to get everything working again.  Phew!

  
 

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