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  1. #661
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    Just an FYI for everyone:
    THe D945GCLF2 is set to EOL at the end of Q1 2010. Counting last time buys and delivery it could be around until may or june.
    A thread for the new Mount Olive board, the follow up to the D945GCLF2 can be found here
    http://www.mp3car.com/vbulletin/gene...unt-olive.html

  2. #662
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    Just got this board for use with a new model Xenarc 700TSV

    I would see 800x480 listed in the available modes list in the adapter settings, but it the Xenarc would report 800x600 and there'd be a big black area at the top of the screen.

    I messed around with the IEGD drivers that were posted a while back, but they didnt work.

    Finally, i downloaded IEGD v10 and played around (for hours) with custom timings.

    i referred the page on Xenarc's website about the powerstrip settings...The terminology was different, so I made a few guesses and compiled the driver.

    IT WORKED! The screen is reporting 800x480 @ 60hZ and looks great.

    i used DTD Calc, put all the settings in there and then used the calculated DTD string for the driver.

    So, if it looks good and the screen is reporting the right info, am i good? i dont want to damage the screen.
    G945GLCF2 | 512MB RAM | 160GB HD | Holux GPS w/ Routis | XMPCR w/ TOSLINK mod | Audigy 2 NX | | Xenarc 700TSV |Opus 150W PSU.

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    Don't know if it's a mb related problem. I'll try to explain what's happened with this motherboard that I'm audio testing during these days.

    I set the integrated audio to 4 channels using the provided realtek utility. Then I connected 2 output jacks to a 4 channel amplifier and the remaining jack to a microphone. This way I can use a 4 channels configuration in a car and have a microphone too, just to voice control the pc or use skype or my phone using bluetooth.

    The weird thing is that every sound captured by the microphone is being transferred to the outputs so that if I try to listen music, even if at a low volume level, after a little I have a feedback!
    This feature may be useful just to see if the mic is working ok or maybe to try some karaoke but for the use that I need it's a really dangerous feature!

    I searched on the windows mixer and the realtek utility a way to stop the audio transfer from the mic to the outputs but no success at all

    What I'm doing wrong? Did you guys never had a similar audio issue?

    I'm using windows xp sp2.

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    You need to mute the mic mixer output. I'm not in front of an XP machine at the moment, but there are 2 separate volume controls for the mic in windows mixer. One for the input, one for the output (some would call this the monitor). Mute the output/monitor and you should be set.
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    Already tried to mute everything in the "realtek hd audio input" but the microphone still works and the sound is still transferred to the output!
    What else I can try? Maybe an exorcism?

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    Haha, awesome.

    Let me go grab a mic from home, load XP on one of my D945GCLF2 boxes here and see what I can find.
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    Quote Originally Posted by blazinlow View Post
    Just got this board for use with a new model Xenarc 700TSV

    I would see 800x480 listed in the available modes list in the adapter settings, but it the Xenarc would report 800x600 and there'd be a big black area at the top of the screen.

    I messed around with the IEGD drivers that were posted a while back, but they didnt work.

    Finally, i downloaded IEGD v10 and played around (for hours) with custom timings.

    i referred the page on Xenarc's website about the powerstrip settings...The terminology was different, so I made a few guesses and compiled the driver.

    IT WORKED! The screen is reporting 800x480 @ 60hZ and looks great.

    i used DTD Calc, put all the settings in there and then used the calculated DTD string for the driver.

    So, if it looks good and the screen is reporting the right info, am i good? i dont want to damage the screen.
    blazinlow, would you be willing to share research and hard work. I think it could be the answer to my problem with my Xenarc 705 and the D945GCLF2 board. It always shows a black strip at the bottom.
    Thanks Troopy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tidder View Post
    Haha, awesome.

    Let me go grab a mic from home, load XP on one of my D945GCLF2 boxes here and see what I can find.
    Thank you Tidder!

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    Quote Originally Posted by l1nk View Post
    Already tried to mute everything in the "realtek hd audio input" but the microphone still works and the sound is still transferred to the output!
    What else I can try? Maybe an exorcism?
    Ok this is how I fixed it.

    Fire up your Realtek Sound Manager. Click on the "Mixer" tab. In the "Realtek HD Audio output" mute the "Mic Volume". There are two little arrows at the bottom of that section, hit the right arrow until you see "Mic Volume". Mute that and you're all set.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tidder View Post
    Ok this is how I fixed it.

    Fire up your Realtek Sound Manager. Click on the "Mixer" tab. In the "Realtek HD Audio output" mute the "Mic Volume". There are two little arrows at the bottom of that section, hit the right arrow until you see "Mic Volume". Mute that and you're all set.
    Tried your solution 1 minute ago on my car and... OMG, it solved!!

    Ok, it was a really simple solution and yes, you already suggested me to do the same on post #664!!
    I was a little confused by a lot of input controls on the realtek mixer and by the fact that I was still hearing sound from mic even if I muted everything! Moreover, the mic volume on output section was hidden; I found it hitting the right arrow as you said.

    Thank you very much Tidder for the help

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