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just connected my ps4 to an old moniter through a hdmi to dvi-d cord and the screen keeps saying out of timing

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when it says out of timing it always has 60hz and 33khz right below the words. Can someone please explaing why and how I can fix it? Also screen is always black exept for these words Read More
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7m, 3w agoPosted 7 months, 3 weeks ago
when it says out of timing it always has 60hz and 33khz right below the words. Can someone please explaing why and how I can fix it? Also screen is always black exept for these words
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7m, 3w agoPosted 7 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
Hook it up to a TV and set the output res as low as it will go, then try again.
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dxx
Hook it up to a TV and set the output res as low as it will go, then try again.
I did that I set it at 480 but i still had the same problem
#3
maybe it's the faulty hdmi to dvi-d converter
#4
i bought it today but it could be
#5
Try to connect it and reset console. With ps3 it was holding the power button for couple of seconds so I reckon it'll be holding your finger on power touch button for some time. It should reset display settings and adjust to new video output. No harm in trying- it wouldn't reset any of your settings or anything else but display.
#6
Turn off HDCP in the ps4 settings. Try the output as 720p HDCP off.

Edited By: AndrewRoss on Sep 02, 2016 17:13
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FlyingTygers88
dxx
Hook it up to a TV and set the output res as low as it will go, then try again.
I did that I set it at 480 but i still had the same problem

640x480 or 480i (i.e. NTSC)? An old monitor will accept the former but potentially not the latter.

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