[rescue] HP 700/rx monitor
Sheldon T. Hall
shel at cmhcsys.com
Sat Mar 20 19:01:57 CST 2004
Steve Sandau says ...
[I said] ...
> > I use an old, cheap SVGA monitor on my 700/rx, or did when I
> > was actually using it.
> > Keep in mind that there are several different models that HP badged
> > "700/rx". I have two, one is in deep storage, and different
> > from the C3225B that I've been using.
> > On the C3225B, however, setting the monitor type is in the setup menu.
> > IIRC, it's shift-F9 or something to get to that setup stuff, and you can
> > change it there.
> Ah, Shel, you da MAN. there are indeed monitor choices in the setup
> menu, I never even thought to look before. There are two columns of
> monitor types (all HP, pre-defined) in the setup section under --
> surprise, surprise -- monitor.
> Eight of the 14 are SOG; it tells specs at the bottom when you choose
> one. Three are composite sync. (That's what I'd choose it I wanted to
> use a Sun monitor, correct?) Three are followed by some form of VGA. Two
> of those three are un-selectable; it beeps when I try to choose it.
> There is, however, ONE remaining choice, HP D1195A (SVGA) which claims
> to be 1024x768 60Hz color 105dpi Digital Sync.
> The only part of that I do not understand right off is Digital Sync. Is
> my off-the-shelf PeeCee monitor Digital Sync?
IIRC, I just chose the worst-looking one (lowest res, slowest), and it
worked with the old NEC monitor. I probably tried the next-worst, too, but
it was 3 years ago, and I don't really remember.
I don't remember it rejecting any choices, either ....
After you get the monitor set up, the real fun begins: getting it to boot.
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