mikro wrote:Actually, on most modern monitors you can enable/disable this auto option - but it does more harm than good if you have a stable (albeit blank) picture on one input and resolution switching (which causes a short "break") on the other input - in that case it would switch inputs even if you don't want to. But generally speaking, it's possible.
Mikro is correct.
My LCD behaves like so, when no signal is on input it switches to the other input if there is a signal on the other input; but does not do so if 1st signal remains constant.
So I need to "manually" switch to the Radeon screen after it boot up....because the videl signal is there and does not auto switch.
It's just good to see that CT63 is not stuck during boot up before the radeon driver kicks in...
... gets boring after a while seeing the same white screen with the same little amount of words (and radeon is stable so no need to monitor anyway) so I just took out the videl output (also less work also as I do not need to manually switch to Radeon screen) LOL
The single LCD with 2 inputs setup was only good when it was new or when I need to see the boot up sequences like when testing the USB several months ago.
Best would be to setup a separate spare LCD to see the boot up mesg, so no need to manually switch... but then it would be just a blank white screen.... even more boring.