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PostPosted: 17 Dec 2011, 15:50 
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I have the TH2GO Digital Edition running at 5760x1080 on 3 x ACO e2243Fw 21,5" screens with the latest firmware, Powerdesk utility and video driver.
My problem is that the graphics in each monitor do not fill out the frame. And this gives me 3 seperature pictures when I use my FSX.
If I use another resolution 3840 x 1024 the monitors are filled out with graphics. But the picture seem to be stretched too much in the horizontal direction.

It is not possible for me to adjust the problem via the menu on each monitor, and it's probably because Matrox TH2GO has taken over the control of the three monitors.
I will be gratefull for an advice to fix this problem.

/Lars


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PostPosted: 17 Dec 2011, 16:23 
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Sounds like your monitors are having a problem running at 50Hz or you're using VGA and need to hit the auto-adjust button on your lcds.

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PostPosted: 17 Dec 2011, 20:54 
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Can you explain how I fix the problem. Where do I see if I'm running VGA?
I've tried the local menu on my monitors but it do not think I am able to adjust the widht of the picture because this function is set to "Wide" and it is not possible to adjust it (it is greyed out).

When I use only one of my monitors I get a fine filled out picture in 1920x1080. So my monitors are capable to do 1920x1080 each. Can Matrox TH2GO (Digital) handle this?

/Lars


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PostPosted: 18 Dec 2011, 22:53 
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It looks like the combination of 3 AOC e2243Fw 21,5" LED monitors and TH2GO Digital Edition does not work properly together. The only resolution that can result in 3 pictures connected - edge by edge - is 3840x1050, but it looks stretched and too wide - if you understand.

Propably the best looking resolution is 5040x1050, but this does nor work on my combination.

So my question is:

1: can you give me a link to a guide that solves this problem? OR

2: can you advice a good combination that delivers a fine coherent picture for my FSX. What Matrox device ? What kind of monitors?

/Lars


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PostPosted: 20 Dec 2011, 18:44 
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I THOUGHT THIS FORUM WAS MONITORED BY OFFICIAL MATROX.
SINCE I'M NOT ABLE TO GET HELP HERE COULD I PLEASE GET A TELEPHONE OR E-MAIL TO MATROX FOR SOME HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


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PostPosted: 20 Dec 2011, 18:51 
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http://www.matrox.com/graphics/en/support/contact/


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PostPosted: 21 Dec 2011, 20:58 
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Finaly I have managed to find a setup with my TH2GO and 3 AOC e2243Fw 21,5" monitors.
I have tried 3840x1024 because my "Matrox PowerDesk" program was recommending this resolution but in this solution with my monitors everything was too wide.

The 4320x900 solution gives a fine picture but leves two problems (always problems.......)
1) FSX only works in full screen mode with this 4320x900 resolution. How can this problem be fixed?
2) When in the cockpit and zooming out to 0.30 the panel and instruments are seen VERY CLOSE. How can this problem be fixed (if possible)?

Looking forward to a solution :Thinking:

Best Regards

Lars


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