I am getting the "Toaster unable to genlock" error when I start the video toaster.The toaster worked about 7 years ago when I booted this up. Board looks good.Amiga 4000 24+ MB ramAmiga 1080 MonitorI have no other boards installed and nothing connected to the Toaster's video BNC portsI have followed the guidelines on the NEwtek forums to no luck. Can it be a monitor thing? Should the 1080 work with the VT4000?Thank you
@cc3dHello, you need a stable video signal like a dvd player or a camera connected to port1 in order to get it working. A timebase corrector is required if you are using a vcr, or 2 or more video source.Eric.
@cc3dCould also be the Center Frequency. It's a delicate procedure but not impossible. You can find details here:https://forums.newtek.com/showthread.php/7231-What-is-the-Center-Frequency-Adjustment-ProcedureI've done it a dozen times over the years. Cheers,Bill "tekmage" Borsari
@tekmageYea. I have tried that. No response at all. Thank you.
to close this up:The Toaster started working today. I don't know why. I had been playing around with the GVP EGS Spectrum card and tried the toaster before I shut down and the toaster started up fine. Perhaps it was the screen resolution setting? I don't know.image rendered from Lightwave at 720 x 480. Took 12 minutes. My word, how did I every make a living doing this at that time!?If I can get these files over to my PC, I want to see how long it will take to render on my current workstation.