As I recall, Johnny is using a video capture card. Not sure the capture card resolution can be changed. Think the unsupported resolution issue is the same as when he first activated the system.
Maybe connect to a multistandard monitor so the AV setting can be set to one compatible with the regular display monitor. The OpenPLI image probably updated and set to 50hz or unsupported resolution.
primestar31 said:, Johnny, I've seen a few posts from people in various forums with some sort of wonky issue losing synced video signal with certain brands and models of tv sets on some images. They MUST choose "Mode 1080p" in A/V settings, or it sometimes does what yours just did.
Try that and see if that also could be the issue on that one image for you.
The box shouldn't rebooted on a screen resolution change. It should've asked you if the screen resolution is OK. Anyway, you might need to use Webif to change from 50 Hz to 60 Hz.Just got my new MIO and connected it. Went through boot mode and then displayed the NAP project. I selected "English" and then it brought up the screen resolution menu. The box then rebooted and I now have a blank screen. Unplugged the box and it reboots, counts up, and now displays ChAn on the STB. Not impressed so far.
Any tips before I tunnel into this with Webif to try and get it working?
Logged in with WebIF OK, but I can't get past the "timer overview" screen. On the main menu the "timer" option is highlighted and won't move. I rebooted the unit several times with the same result. Maybe I should load the new TNAP 4 image?A user selected resolution / refresh rate will be temporarily displayed if changed from the default and reverts if OK is not selected. If left in the resolution selection screen with no user selection, the resolutions and refresh rates will cycle through all selections and momentarily display each.
If a user has selected a resolution or a refresh rate which the TV does not support, the resolution and / or refresh rate can be changed using a computer accessing the WebIF interface.
Type the IP address into a browser. In the WebIF GUI select: Remote>>> Menu>>> Set-up>>> OK>>> System>>> OK>>> Audio / Video>>> OK>>> A/V Settings>>> OK.
In the AV Settings menu, change the Mode and / or the Refresh Rate to a resolution and / or refresh rate that your TV supports. Select the green button to save the new resolution and / or refresh rate.
Got it figured out. I wasn't using the remote function on WebIF properly. This is my first time using an enigma STB so everything is still new. Once I got in, things look straight forward.How are you attempting to navigate the menu? Using the navigation up/down arrows in the WebIF screen?