Thanks to all the thread I was able to do it
My machine is a laptop and was connected to a second screen via display port
So I have not modified the .xinicrt since I didn't find it but I manually ran the following
DISPLAY=:0 xrandr --listmonitors
Then I had two connected monitors
So I did DISPLAY=:0 xrandr --output eDP1 --off
And the laptop screen went black
After that I did DISPLAY=:0 xrandr --output DP-1 primary
And then I clicked escape on the laptop and I was back in the main screen displayed on the tv
Thank you so much for your investigation and output
@Pietze I made my tests on 4.1. I think you should try the 4.1 release... and yes it gives some great images ... with some work to configure it . See http://strike-devices.net/index.php/pi2scart/ to reproduce the emulator config in recalbox for a better image.
@Эдвис-Фатходинов Suddenly komuto help. Shorter off any shaders, in the menu ui settings enabled the function overscan
And already in the config, I entered on the screen in which direction to move the screen.
my config: uncomment if you get no picture on HDMI for a default "safe" mode
uncomment to force a specific HDMI mode (this will force VGA)
comment to get jack audio
force hdmi while the tv can take time before sending the signal on the hdmi ou tput
comment for composite PAL
uncomment for lirc-rpi
if you plug your tv at the same time as your rpi and that the rpi switches fro m the hdmi or give a low resolution because tv had no enough time to initialize it
uncomment if you don't want the rainbow at startup
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I was faced with the same problem with Recalbox 4.0.1.
I have the same configuration as the but there was no sound at all. I have downgraded to Recalbox 4.0.0 and applied the configuration again and everything works like a charm.
Thanks paradadf, I worked it out, the file I want to edit is the config.txt not the recalboxconfig file as I thought. All I had to do was uncomment out the line about forcing HDMI safe. Once I did this, the system can now display on my HDMI port. yay!
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