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    Unhappy Need some help on 2014 and 4034

    I have bought on eio.com the seiko 2014 and the 4034.
    Wired them up and run lcdprint , they worked.
    But when i use the 2014(4x20) with the plugin from Markus Zehnderit works great whit the 4034(4x40) it display nothing (on screen it looks ok).
    Using a diverend plugin (mark Lynch) the 2014 doesn't work but the 4034 works great .
    So i'm confused/going mad.
    Where do i go wrong?
    this is the sys i'm using to work things out:

    P II 350 mmx 128Mb of ram 20.Gb HDD
    Os win98 mobo MSI-4017(not shure about this number)

    So I need some help from you outthere to fix the problem

    Peter 3
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    Check your wiring. By the way when did you buy the L4034. They are sold out now. I was told that they could get me one but it has been almost a week and nothing has arived. The last one I bought got here in 2 days. They have taken my money. I had trouble with the connections to the pins when I hooked up my L4034.

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    Fbwr75215 If checked the wiring and double check it can't find anything wrong They bouth work with lcdprint.So the wiring must be ok.
    Only 1 is working ok with Marku zehnder's plugin (20x4).
    And the other only with the plugin from Lynch.

    I read that Mark Raas has used a ide cable to conect the lcd.
    He cut it on lenght and shaved a bit off from the bottum till you see the beginning of the conectors(pins) And then secur it with some Hotmelt .

    Peter3
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    It seems that when i only use row 1 & 2 it works ok.
    But when i use 1,2&3 line 3 overwrites line 1
    And when i use 1,2,3& line 4 line 3&4 are overwriting lines 1&2.

    Does anybody knows where i go wrong.
    I used the schematics from Nathan Stuart for the seiko LM4034 On my L4034.
    Peter3
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    Another update

    I was wrong in the last post
    line 3 is overwriting line 2
    Line 4 is overwriting line 1

    I know it's wired up ok because i cheked it whit Cobra I and it works great.

    So i cheked 3 plugin's and 1 isn't working and that is the one i want to use see above.

    So HELP HELP HELP am i goeing Nuts ore is it just the plugin witch isn't working.

    Has anybody have the same problems whit this plugin ? If you have let me know,If not let me know it as well. Thanks peter3
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    Well i know what wend wrong.

    So if anyone has the same problem here is the solution:

    Goto configuration -> Display -> Configure -> settings -> and set the splitscreen on.

    Now the display is working fine

    Peter3
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    Hey Peter,

    Thanks for the info on the split screen..

    (I noticed that too, that lines 4&3 where overwritign 1&2 .. didn't know what it was.. but the lcd worked with lcd-print, so I assumed it was working the way it should be...
    However.. I haven't jumped into it then. 'cause I was not satisfied with the cable I had made.. (was just a test cable to see if the display worked).
    Now I'm making my new cable.. Control & lcd-connections all in one cable . )

    Greetz
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    k.
    guys.. I am new to wirind boards.. but I have a similar display.. the data international version.
    I know nothing about wiring.. I saw on EIO website, connectors to hookup to the board.. I can't imagine how I can wire something into those little holes withou some sort of pins.. or connectors..
    I see ya'll made stuff.. can you give me a little info on how you did that.. or where I could be connectors?
    Also, I will be getting power for my display through my USB port.. has anyone done this before?
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    georgia tech

    Take a look on the exsample pages and visite some of those site's and see how these boy's and girls? did this.

    If you still can't find some info mail me

    Peter3
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    you're right about getting this much cables in so many small holes..

    When I received my display from eio there was a short note that the display would come from a batch which had a header-connector.. ( so it has pins )

    the only thing I did is placing a (shaved-down from the bottom) IDE-connector onto it.. and this works..

    I don't know about getting these wires in these holes..

    Maybe Arby has some trick to that.. ? Arby ?

    Greetz
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