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revised Intel HD Graphics 3000: Screen resolution greater than panel's?
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comment Intel HD Graphics 3000: Screen resolution greater than panel's?
@Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 I tried the software-only solutions, but they don't work. That's why I'm looking for a hardware/driver solution such as available for Nvidia GPUs. If someone presents a solution that works for other Intel GPUs as well, then I'm happy to update my question to give it a broader appeal. Just as of now, it's not even possible to post an answer, as the question is closed.
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comment Intel HD Graphics 3000: Screen resolution greater than panel's?
@Ƭᴇcʜιᴇ007 Can you explain how this is a duplicate? I am looking for an in-hardware solution for the Intel HD Graphics 3000 GPU.
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comment Accessing two devices with the same IP?
Now I tried assigning 192.168.56.200, which is an unused IP in the host-only network used by VirtualBox, 192.168.56.0/24. At that IP the camera also was unreachable.
Oct
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comment Accessing two devices with the same IP?
See, that's what I did: I mapped the camera's MAC to 192.168.1.2 (in the network), and also - for testing - to 10.0.0.200 (outside of the network). None of the IPs was reachable, neither by PTP/IP nor by HTTP. Ping I didn't try because I think the camera doesn't respond to ping requests.
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comment Accessing two devices with the same IP?
Interesting - didn't know about this possibility. Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to work. Using arp -a, I found out the MAC address of the camera, associated with 192.168.1.1 (dynamic). Then using arp -s I assigned 10.0.0.200 as well as 192.168.1.2 to that MAC address (static). However, at neither of these IPs I could access the camera. If there is anything else I can try, please let me know.
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comment Accessing two devices with the same IP?
@AFH One VM, I said. It's for NATing the second Theta's IP. As I wrote before: "If Internet is needed, then connecting to the Internet and to the Theta at the same time is no problem from Windows 7 with two adapters." In fact I do that all the time when developing and testing my app Theta Control.