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Last Post 31 May 2006 11:24 AM by  Anonymous
LCD-5.7-QVGA-10 kit and a the Zoom LH79520 kit not working.
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31 May 2006 09:23 AM
    I have a Zoom LH79520 kit that has been working fine with another display. I am now trying to use a LCD-5.7-QVGA-10 kit with the Zoom kit.
    The manual says to do a video-open 1 16 but when I do this command I get and error of
    lcd_clk out of range
    Error, found no suitable display driver
    Error, couldn't get display handle
    command failed"

    It then lists all of the modes (0 - 7).

    So any ideas why I am getting this message?

    I also tried disconnecting the LCD and just using the various video open modes and modes 0,1,3,4 all gave me the same error but the other modes worked fine.

    Any pointers would be much appreciated.

    I also posted this questioned to Logic tech support.


    31 May 2006 11:24 AM
    Version 1.2.6 of LogicLoader does not have standard support for the 5.7" display kit and Logic will not be adding this functionality. Development for LogicLoader on the 9520 ended before the 5.7 display kit was released. However it should be possible to get this display up and running by using the 'w' and 'x' commands to write and read lcd registers on the 9520. You can then use the 'source' command to execute a series of commands from a file stored on the CF card. For an in depth explanation of these commands please refer to the LogicLoader User's Manual.

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