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HTPC Sync problem using Marquee 9500 with ASUS P8H61 I3 MB

 
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Djude



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PostLink    Posted: Mon Mar 28, 2016 4:46 pm    Post subject: HTPC Sync problem using Marquee 9500 with ASUS P8H61 I3 MB Reply with quote

Hi Everyone,

I have a 9500 and am using a HTPC that my nephew built for me. It has an ASUS P8H61-I R2.0 LGA 1155 Intel H61 HDMI USB 3.0 Mini ITX Intel Motherboard which has integrated video.

It runs using OpenElec Kodi.

My issue is that my nephew knows nothing about CRT pjs. And even though I have had success getting it to work fine, every time I do a software update to the newest version of Kodi I experience sync problems on the 9500.

I get a jagged scrambled looking picture. Audio is fine, but pic can't sync. In the past it seemed like the answer was adjusting the resolution down to 1280 over 720. I was never able to go to 1080p.

Now this doesn't work either. We just installed Pulsar and Quasar and neither work, also none of the movies in my library will work. However You tube does work fine.

If I go to the menu while a movie is playing it looks fine, however as soon as I get rid of the menu, the pj switches, goes black and then produces the jagged scrambled pic.

I'm clearly a novice at this, but hoping someone else has encountered this, and come up with a solution.

thanks much for your time and consideration.

Dan.
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