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v17 LibreELEC Testbuilds for x86_64 (Kodi 17.0)
(2016-08-02, 15:32)_Spook_ Wrote:
(2016-08-02, 15:27)Ichabod Fletchman Wrote:
(2016-08-02, 15:23)_Spook_ Wrote: No chance of that. But there is nothing special with my setup as I can see.

Have you implemented this: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/downloa...pdate-Tool

Yes I have already installed that. I tested my MacBook with HDMI into the TV a few minutes ago and I got 2160 60hz. So it is just the NUC I'm having the problem with.
Maybe it is a BIOS setting/s? I have changed various settings in the BIOS to no avail, but it may be something I missed.
Is it connected directly to TV? Tried differen cable?

Can't think of any BIOS settings that should affect the setup of video output. How much memory do you have in the NUC? Try dedicating more memory to display from the BIOS settings.

Hmm...can't think of anything else.

Yes it is a direct run from TV to NUC and Yes, I have tried a different cable (both 'High Speed' HDMI 2.0).
I have 8GB RAM, and I have already tried different memory settings for graphics in BIOS.
I presumed this couldn't be done with the current linux kernel and was about to give up for a while. But since you have it working, I guess I'm going to keep at it knowing that it is possible.
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3D HOU/HSBS issue - by .bismarck - 2016-06-20, 20:03
RE: LibreELEC Testbuilds for x86_64 (Kodi 17.0) - by Ichabod Fletchman - 2016-08-02, 15:37
[Build #0903] breaks VAAPI - by MichaelAnders - 2016-09-04, 15:37
Update Failed - by n2vwz - 2016-09-27, 19:34


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