Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #8485


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Apr 22, 2012, 6:39:30 PM (8 years ago)
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  • Ticket #8485

    • Property Owner changed from nobody to kallisti5
    • Property Component Audio & VideoDrivers/Graphics/radeon_hd
  • Ticket #8485 – Description

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    1 I have a Radeon HD 6770 card.
    2 And two high-res (1920x1200) monitors attached.
    3 #1 is Displayport.
    4 #2 is DVI.
     1I have a Radeon HD 6770 card.[[BR]]
     2And two high-res (1920x1200) monitors attached.[[BR]]
     3!#1 is Displayport.[[BR]]
     4!#2 is DVI. [[BR]]
    55The build I tested with is Haiku Nightly GCC4-Hybrid (r44063).
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    7 First - I am happy that the Radeon drivers finally work with the HD6770 card.
     7First - I am happy that the Radeon drivers finally work with the HD6770 card.[[BR]]
    88However - it only displays on the DVI connected monitor. The DisplayPort monitor remains Black. To be clear - when I have both monitors connected, only the DVI monitor lights up.
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    1010With older Radeon Cards (and even when using the VESA drivers) - both monitors would light up with the same image.
    11 This is the default behaviour I have seen with other OS's as well.
     11This is the default behavior I have seen with other OS's as well.
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    13 I know that Haiku does not yet support multiple displays, but the behaviour I have seen previously in haiku, and my 'reasonable expectation', is that all monitors should light up.
     13I know that Haiku does not yet support multiple displays, but the behavior I have seen previously in haiku, and my 'reasonable expectation', is that all monitors should light up.