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    Lilliput Jurassic Park Logo in LCD Panel or Controller?

    I have a question. Does anyone know if that annoying Jurassic Park ghost image is in the controller or in the LCD panel itself? I would guess the controller, but I don't know enough about LCD's to say.

    If it's in the LCD controller itself, I have an extra controller so will swap it out.

    Thanks.

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    Sorry, I just found the reply in another post. It's in the BIOS on the LCD controller. Which means.... Yay! I can get rid of it! I have another one.

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    i have the same problem,

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    Quote Originally Posted by unsavory
    I have a question. Does anyone know if that annoying Jurassic Park ghost image is in the controller or in the LCD panel itself? I would guess the controller, but I don't know enough about LCD's to say.

    If it's in the LCD controller itself, I have an extra controller so will swap it out.

    Thanks.
    Hello

    I have the same problem, but in my case it is not a Jurassic Park log, but a big red Japanese character over white background. At the lower right corner it says SAMMY (c) (or jimmy?). so I guess it was used in a different machine...
    It would be a very good idea to reprogram the BIOS to have a custom "no signal" image, so my machine will display my brand. Does anyone have any ideas about how to do it?

    Cheers,

    Miguel.

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    Well for one thing I don't think anyone really knows if those BIOS's are ever flashable or not. They may be write-once. So in that case, you're out. Otherwise you will need to find someone that knows assembly to write you another BIOS.

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    Anyone ever figure out if there was a way to change this? It's kinda wierd and annoying, and well if I can change it that would be awesome!

    -matt

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    If you have an M10000 motherboard, go to the CMOS settings and change the monitor type from 'CRT' to 'LCD'. I've read where that actually fixes the problem for some people. Not sure why, perhaps the onboard video puts out a different signal when switching on or powering up.
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    One thing I've realized about my Lilliput after reading this thread is that I rarely get the synching problem that causes this (my monitor has a woman and grass) any more (I've had mine for over a year now). I remember seeing it quite abit when I first got my monitor, but now I think it's learned the resolution/refresh rates that my computer uses on boot or resuming from hibernation and then in Windows and doesn't lose synch like it used to when it would switch. So there may be some hope if you haven't had your Lilliput and pc working together for very long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rgardjr
    One thing I've realized about my Lilliput after reading this thread is that I rarely get the synching problem that causes this (my monitor has a woman and grass) any more (I've had mine for over a year now). I remember seeing it quite abit when I first got my monitor, but now I think it's learned the resolution/refresh rates that my computer uses on boot or resuming from hibernation and then in Windows and doesn't lose synch like it used to when it would switch. So there may be some hope if you haven't had your Lilliput and pc working together for very long.
    lol :P that sound unbeleavable :P but its a pain that the lilli doesn't support many ranges, with mine it doesn't show the xp boot logo, the via logo in the begin, safemode it doesnt display << very annoying (had to put a full side monitor in the car to work in safe mode ;P)

    but that is not fixable?

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