MinimOSD Woes

Hi All,

Can anyone explain this output of my OSD? The positions are somewhat explained by what I programmed in, but there is possibly some wrapping... Well let's face it it's a mess.

The artificial horizon for example... there's a line, but underneath are the words "mal mal mal W mal". Message from God? Gibberish more like.

Anyway, if anyone has seen this and knows how to fix it. Please let me know.

Aran

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  • Hey Aran, mine have similar issue and it's a Crius' Mavlink OSD, below steps work for me especially if it's a Crius one, very fussy, so whoever saw this today, hope this helps.

    1. Use arduino IDE to clear the EEPROM first
    - download from https://www.arduino.cc/en/main/software
    - go to tools > port > select the right com port
    - board > select arduino pro or pro mini
    - processor > select > atmega 328 (5v, 16Mhz)
    - download the EEPROM_Clear.ino file from KVrush OSD which is made for multiwii board (https://code.google.com/p/rush-osd-development/downloads/detail?nam...)
    - click file > open > select the .ino file you downloaded just now, it will open a new window once u opened it
    - below the "edit" tab, there's a right hand arrow, click that to upload the clear file into your osd,
    - once done you will see "done upload" or something like that at the bottom green bar

    2. Prep your FTDI with 5V mode(must be 5V), when connect, you must supply 5V to the video side too! just pull the 5V from the FTDI will do

    3. Start the Minim OSD config tool (im using ver 2.4)

    4. Click "READ FROM OSD" first before you flash anything, this step is crucial

    5. Then you may flash the latest firmware, then flash the latest charset that comes with your config tool

    6. Configure your osd settings/menus/items, be sure to select the right PAL or NTSC, then click "SAVE CURRENT TAB TO OSD", i clicked twice though

    7. Try and it and done! Let's go for beer!

    This step by step was initially introduced by DeWe07 and i expanded it with more details. Thanks so much to DeWe07!
    http://www.banggood.com/CRIUS-MAVLink-OSD-Compatible-With-MinimOSD-...

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  • flash proper font to the OSD chip.

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