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    Hi I have wired up my PS One screen I believe to be correct but get a split image. Anyone have this problem before?
    Thanks

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    yes I know all about that....its been like 3 years since i worked with mine but i had the same problem....lemme see if i can dig up some of my old threads and read up a little about what i did...

    I do know that you have to tweak the software ....or reverse polarities on the vsync or hsync...


    gimme a couple of hours and i'll get back to you...

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    • #3
      You need custom resolution on from the video card as well. Try it with your video card driver first (nvidia) or powerstrip.
      Do a little search on powerstrip, PSOne, CSync or some of the combine words.
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      • #4
        Thanks, I've tried reversing the polarity of both syncs. It seems to send everything way too far out. I can only find 2 different sets of numbers that get the display to stay steady. I can't seem to find any threads with my problem.
        Thanks,
        Travis

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