"Wayne M. Smith"
> I am using an HP composite video card (98204A) in a
> 9000/200 series and am getting a very small
> image on the screen. Is there something special
> HP composite video or is this just a bad card?
> tried the card in both a 9000/200 and 9000/220
Just a wild guess, but if you have an HP 35731A
try it with that. That wants composite video but
with a horizontal
frequency of 30KHz instead of the more usual 15KHz.
HP used that on
several different systems.
There may also be a jumper on the video card to
horizontal frequency, but the only thing I ever saw
this on was
the HP Multimode Display Adapter for the Vectra (sort
combination of the IBM MDA and CGA that was good for
Thanks, Frank. There were two switches on the card
(actually called "composite video interface") and I
tried all four combinations. With one setting I got
garbage. With the other three, the small multi-screen
look, but still very hard to read. I have a few
security monitors in the garage that I'll look at to
see if they're the right frequency.