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    Problem resolution "Lilliput 669"

    Good day, I'm from Argentina, I am using a translator so sorry if not well understood.
    I happened to have, I have a CarPC installed an Asus motherboard P8H67-I with an Intel i3 1155. The problem is that the screen does not fit in my Liliiput 669, as shown in the photo are buttons that are not, install the latest video drivers and nothing remains the same. Anyone know how to fix this?
    I leave a picture as it looks, so I understand better.
    This same screen used with another mother older and had no problems.
    Thank you very much


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    try switching to the dvi input if your using the the hdmi cable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soundman98 View Post
    try switching to the dvi input if your using the the hdmi cable.
    Good idea, the issue is that I can not connect because the CarPC is installed in a place that does not fit a DVI adapter. Any other ideas? Thanks

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    maybe i didn't explain it enough: the hdmi and dvi inputs on the screen are shared internally-- meaning that you cannot connect 3 sources, but only 2. the screen does offer the 3 connection types, and is sold with that feature set.

    the weird thing about the hdmi input is that it 'zooms' the image in too far--like your experiencing-- for some reason, selecting the dvi input(even though your not using the dvi connection) will correct this zooming issue.

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    Thanks for your help, not sure if I understand correctly with this translator. My Lilliput has only hdmi, the mother has vga, dvi and hdmi, this error does with hdmi and I can not connect to dvi the mother because I have no space where the CarPC is installed. Understand this?

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    ok, one more time using the remote control, change the input to "dvi". do not change any physical connections.

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    OK, I test at noon. Can only be done with the remote? or from the screen using the buttons also can?

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    i don't remember. my buttons are always hidden behind the screen.

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    It has a button that says "A / V", if I remember correctly, used to switch video modes, rca, hdmi ... I test tomorrow and I mention, but I think that she has "dvi mode. " Thanks

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    Ok, the problem was that, thanks! Now I have another issue, I have almost 1 centimeter smaller screen. I think this has to do with the driver for the video card, you do not have the option to change the resolution that works Lilliput?
    Pictures here I let you see.



    Another query, Mantin pressed the power button, access the menu of Lilliput, you know which option is the auto power on the screen?
    Thank you for your kindness.



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