Hmmm ... not sure whether this is an improvement or not!
Two wild shots here...
Both are guesses, and I doubt whether they will solve the problem, but the first item is easy to try.
- You could try to force selection of LCD rather than auto-detect the display type, which detects type LCD2.
- If that doesn't work, I note the logs suggest you are using the version 6 SG_VFD.dll, but I believe you originally had the v7 dll. Maybe that will help.
An issue with the configuration logs, is that I haven't been able to get the GBPVR helpers to flush the buffered log data, so often, much of the configuration logging is missing, so there nothing useful to see type the test display isn't working. Presumably, you are still getting the text display, as well as the disk and other icons now.
I noted that there is an error sending one of the setup codes to your display. (the display is not accepting the data it would seem), but I don't know why - since this section of code is not mine. Might need to do some digging around on the MediaPortal forum to see if there is an answer there.
I don't think that the slower start up is due to the logging, but I have no idea what it could be.
Time to put the thinking cap on
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