Indivision ECS V2: Monitor keeps turning itself off

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  • Perhaps a beginner question, but I keep getting this message from the monitor (see picture). The monitor then turns itself off automatically no matter what I do.

    I have not yet installed or used any software, just installed the hardware and plugged in the monitor.

    Will the software help? In that case I need to get a floppy disk drive from somewhere. Or any other tips? Thanks!

  • Well the picture did not upload, but the message from monitor says:

    Input signal out of range!

    Current mode:

    H=48kHz, V=72Hz

    Change mode to:

    1920 x 1080 60Hz

    Display going to sleep in 30 seconds.

  • Sounds like your monitor does not like the 72Hz standard output mode of Indivision ECS V2. So yes, the config software will help. And the manual of your monitor may also help :-)

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