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Hello!

My problem is that I can't get the resolution I'm used to from Windows XP in Windows Vista.

My monitor supports up to 1600x1200x32 at 72Hz, but the monitor-driver only states 1280x1024. It does that in both Windows XP and Windows Vista, but in Windows XP I can uncheck the "Hide modes that this monitor can't display" and then I can manually choose what refreshrate AND resolution I want to use. However in Windows Vista unchecking ONLY unlocks the refreshrates and not the resolutions.

I've tried with the current WHQL Windows Vista driver and also tried the beta incl the leaked beta. No go with any of them.

I've also tried to look up decent solutions with apps like PowerStrip, RivaTuner etc, but that doesn't seem to work either.

In the nvidia control panel I don't have any option to set custom resolutions or refreshrates either. Tried the coolbits reg-patch, but didn't help.

Soo, are there any working solutions to this issue atm or do I have to wait until nvidia decides to add back this functionality from it's Windows XP driver?

Regards,

/Tzu.

Ps. Just tried the latest 169.1 beta driver and the above functionality is still lacking. *sigh*
Hello!



My problem is that I can't get the resolution I'm used to from Windows XP in Windows Vista.



My monitor supports up to 1600x1200x32 at 72Hz, but the monitor-driver only states 1280x1024. It does that in both Windows XP and Windows Vista, but in Windows XP I can uncheck the "Hide modes that this monitor can't display" and then I can manually choose what refreshrate AND resolution I want to use. However in Windows Vista unchecking ONLY unlocks the refreshrates and not the resolutions.



I've tried with the current WHQL Windows Vista driver and also tried the beta incl the leaked beta. No go with any of them.



I've also tried to look up decent solutions with apps like PowerStrip, RivaTuner etc, but that doesn't seem to work either.



In the nvidia control panel I don't have any option to set custom resolutions or refreshrates either. Tried the coolbits reg-patch, but didn't help.



Soo, are there any working solutions to this issue atm or do I have to wait until nvidia decides to add back this functionality from it's Windows XP driver?



Regards,



/Tzu.



Ps. Just tried the latest 169.1 beta driver and the above functionality is still lacking. *sigh*

#1
Posted 10/25/2007 01:57 PM   
No solution whatsoever?
No solution whatsoever?

#2
Posted 10/28/2007 11:11 PM   
Well there's a few.

Firstly you can connect through anything that doesn't emit your monitors EDID (google).
Secondly you might be able to edit your EDID with the correct timings.

The first is a more secure workaround (nothing can go wrong).
The second is the better workaround (as your monitor will basically send out that it can run @ 1600x1200).
The second is also dangerous though (as a corrupt edid will make you reflash the edid blindly).

Used the second method myself and am having a blast with 1366x768 (monitor used to send 1280x768) in Vista.
I can give you some pointers if you intend to mod your edid as well.
Well there's a few.



Firstly you can connect through anything that doesn't emit your monitors EDID (google).

Secondly you might be able to edit your EDID with the correct timings.



The first is a more secure workaround (nothing can go wrong).

The second is the better workaround (as your monitor will basically send out that it can run @ 1600x1200).

The second is also dangerous though (as a corrupt edid will make you reflash the edid blindly).



Used the second method myself and am having a blast with 1366x768 (monitor used to send 1280x768) in Vista.

I can give you some pointers if you intend to mod your edid as well.

#3
Posted 10/28/2007 11:47 PM   
I'm ready to mod my EDID (before I lose my sanity).

Teach me, O'master.
I'm ready to mod my EDID (before I lose my sanity).



Teach me, O'master.

#4
Posted 10/29/2007 09:49 PM   
I can show you how I did it myself.

OS needed :

Windows XP (32bit pref)

Tools needed :

Viewsonic EDID Edit
OpenWARP resolution calculator
Registered Powerstrip 3.73+
(msg me if you have trouble finding any of these programs)

Quickguide (posting the larger guide later) :

Step1
Extract and backup your EDID using viewsonic edid edit.
Step2
Check your monitor's maximum resolution in the EDID.
Step3
If the EDID sends out the correct resolution but the nvidia drivers don't accept it , skip to sidestep 1 (usually your monitor will be detected as non-pnp generic monitor).
If the EDID does not send out the correct resolution , continue :
Step4
Open up powerstrip -
Display Profiles -> Advanced Timing Options -> Custom Resolutions
Click on E-EDID and click on the resolution powerstrip shows you.
Press Lock Total Geometry and move the resolution up/down till you get the resolution you want.
Step5
Test the resolution+timings in powerstrip to make sure they work.
If they do not, skip to sidestep 2.
If they do , continue :
Step6
Once you have your correct timings (basically the hardest part as bogus timings will cause lower resolutions to mess up etc), enter these timings in OpenWARP (include vesa edid information enabled).
Step7
Enter the calculated resolution timings into your EDID.
Step8
flash the new edid using powerstrips Update EDID feature.
Step 9
enjoy your new working monitor.

Sidestep1 - EDID ignored
The nvidia drivers consider some entry in your edid bogus and ignore the edid entirely.
The hard part will be locating what it is that the driver does not accept.
You might want to post the edid here for others to look at.
The easy part will be modifying it.

Sidestep2 - Resolution looked up with powerstrip does not work.
The hardest part is locating your exact timings , windows will pick what it thinks is best.
I found out the hard way that that usually isn't the correct one.
Try and compare the new timings with the old.
Are the sync's still the same ?
Is there a large difference somewhere unexplained ?
As this is the hardest part , goodluck to you in your search.

"Larger" illustrated guide :

Read the minor tip and warning below.

Step1
Install the Viewsonic EDID editor and retrieve your monitor's EDID :
[img]http://maf.tweakdsl.nl/1366/edid1.jpg[/img]
Make sure you save this EDID somewhere safe.

Step2
Check your monitor's resolutions in the EDID :
(locations may differ for you)
[img]http://maf.tweakdsl.nl/1366/edid2-nvidia.jpg[/img]
Also take a note about the Pixel clock and vertical refreshrate ("60Hz" in this example).
More on those 2 in later steps.
Increasing the pixel clock above the recommended settings mean you are OCing your monitor.
I personally used 80 as the maximum as my old timings specified it.

Step3
(read quickguide)

Step4
Select your resolution in the left panel after selecting 1 and before selecting 2.
[img]http://maf.tweakdsl.nl/1366/edid3-nvidia.jpg[/img]

Step5
(read quickguide)

Step6
(ignore the timings I entered)
[img]http://maf.tweakdsl.nl/1366/edid3.jpg[/img]

Step7
[img]http://maf.tweakdsl.nl/1366/edid4.jpg[/img]

Don't forget to check the correct polarities (though they should already be correct).

[img]http://maf.tweakdsl.nl/1366/edid5.jpg[/img]

Step8
[img]http://maf.tweakdsl.nl/1366/edid6.jpg[/img]

Step9
Reboot your pc and pray to whatever gods you worship.

"Minor" tip :
Make sure you have a plan for flashing your monitor back to it's original timings (you might have to do this blindly if the monitor is not working correctly anymore).

"Minor" warning :

[color=red][b]! YOUR MONITOR MAY DIE BECAUSE OF THIS ![/b][/color]

So don't complain to me if it did.

Post if you need help with any step.
I can show you how I did it myself.



OS needed :



Windows XP (32bit pref)



Tools needed :



Viewsonic EDID Edit

OpenWARP resolution calculator

Registered Powerstrip 3.73+

(msg me if you have trouble finding any of these programs)



Quickguide (posting the larger guide later) :



Step1

Extract and backup your EDID using viewsonic edid edit.

Step2

Check your monitor's maximum resolution in the EDID.

Step3

If the EDID sends out the correct resolution but the nvidia drivers don't accept it , skip to sidestep 1 (usually your monitor will be detected as non-pnp generic monitor).

If the EDID does not send out the correct resolution , continue :

Step4

Open up powerstrip -

Display Profiles -> Advanced Timing Options -> Custom Resolutions

Click on E-EDID and click on the resolution powerstrip shows you.

Press Lock Total Geometry and move the resolution up/down till you get the resolution you want.

Step5

Test the resolution+timings in powerstrip to make sure they work.

If they do not, skip to sidestep 2.

If they do , continue :

Step6

Once you have your correct timings (basically the hardest part as bogus timings will cause lower resolutions to mess up etc), enter these timings in OpenWARP (include vesa edid information enabled).

Step7

Enter the calculated resolution timings into your EDID.

Step8

flash the new edid using powerstrips Update EDID feature.

Step 9

enjoy your new working monitor.



Sidestep1 - EDID ignored

The nvidia drivers consider some entry in your edid bogus and ignore the edid entirely.

The hard part will be locating what it is that the driver does not accept.

You might want to post the edid here for others to look at.

The easy part will be modifying it.



Sidestep2 - Resolution looked up with powerstrip does not work.

The hardest part is locating your exact timings , windows will pick what it thinks is best.

I found out the hard way that that usually isn't the correct one.

Try and compare the new timings with the old.

Are the sync's still the same ?

Is there a large difference somewhere unexplained ?

As this is the hardest part , goodluck to you in your search.



"Larger" illustrated guide :



Read the minor tip and warning below.



Step1

Install the Viewsonic EDID editor and retrieve your monitor's EDID :

Image

Make sure you save this EDID somewhere safe.



Step2

Check your monitor's resolutions in the EDID :

(locations may differ for you)

Image

Also take a note about the Pixel clock and vertical refreshrate ("60Hz" in this example).

More on those 2 in later steps.

Increasing the pixel clock above the recommended settings mean you are OCing your monitor.

I personally used 80 as the maximum as my old timings specified it.



Step3

(read quickguide)



Step4

Select your resolution in the left panel after selecting 1 and before selecting 2.

Image



Step5

(read quickguide)



Step6

(ignore the timings I entered)

Image



Step7

Image



Don't forget to check the correct polarities (though they should already be correct).



Image



Step8

Image



Step9

Reboot your pc and pray to whatever gods you worship.



"Minor" tip :

Make sure you have a plan for flashing your monitor back to it's original timings (you might have to do this blindly if the monitor is not working correctly anymore).



"Minor" warning :



! YOUR MONITOR MAY DIE BECAUSE OF THIS !



So don't complain to me if it did.



Post if you need help with any step.

#5
Posted 10/30/2007 07:11 PM   
Mafste, thing is under XP its all good, here is my edid, working fine in native res:
[img]http://aycu05.webshots.com/image/29724/2005511303617990219_rs.jpg[/img]

BUT!!
Under VISTA, there is another device I can read out EDID, called API0001... wtf?! :ph34r:

And there, the max res is 1024*768! This could be my problem!
But how the hell there is another device?!
Let me show you, like this:

Under XP:
[img]http://aycu28.webshots.com/image/31747/2005203939017772813_rs.jpg[/img]

Under VISTA, I get this!

[img]http://aycu11.webshots.com/image/33010/2003799527850102195_rs.jpg[/img]
[img]http://aycu30.webshots.com/image/31349/2005116186184917932_rs.jpg[/img]

As you can see, on the second picture, there is the 1280*1024 res not checked...!
Guess, thats is my problem!
I can see 2 ways of solving this!
One, somehow we should set the GNR000 device to default under VISTA.
Two, I could edit the API0001 EDID info, adding the 1280*1024 res...
Could you help how to do this? I mean, a read ur guide above, but still...
Here is everything u need, how do I do it? /thumbup.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thumbup:' />
Mafste, thing is under XP its all good, here is my edid, working fine in native res:

Image



BUT!!

Under VISTA, there is another device I can read out EDID, called API0001... wtf?! :ph34r:



And there, the max res is 1024*768! This could be my problem!

But how the hell there is another device?!

Let me show you, like this:



Under XP:

Image



Under VISTA, I get this!



Image

Image



As you can see, on the second picture, there is the 1280*1024 res not checked...!

Guess, thats is my problem!

I can see 2 ways of solving this!

One, somehow we should set the GNR000 device to default under VISTA.

Two, I could edit the API0001 EDID info, adding the 1280*1024 res...

Could you help how to do this? I mean, a read ur guide above, but still...

Here is everything u need, how do I do it? /thumbup.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':thumbup:' />

#6
Posted 10/31/2007 01:17 PM   
[quote name='laragirl83' date='Oct 31 2007, 02:17 PM']snap
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Can you paste your raw EDID (for both) ?
Should look something like this :

00 44 44 44 03 01 FF
02 A0 E4 6F 0E 33 20
etc

I personally didn't have 2 edid's.
My monitor's edid simply couldn't be read/retrieved with the new drivers.
While it could using XP or the original Vista driver.

If you can read your monitor's edid (GNR0001) correctly with vista , then I would try and focus on API0001 and see what it is exactly.
[quote name='laragirl83' date='Oct 31 2007, 02:17 PM']snap

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Can you paste your raw EDID (for both) ?

Should look something like this :



00 44 44 44 03 01 FF

02 A0 E4 6F 0E 33 20

etc



I personally didn't have 2 edid's.

My monitor's edid simply couldn't be read/retrieved with the new drivers.

While it could using XP or the original Vista driver.



If you can read your monitor's edid (GNR0001) correctly with vista , then I would try and focus on API0001 and see what it is exactly.

#7
Posted 10/31/2007 02:32 PM   
[quote name='Mafste' date='Oct 31 2007, 03:32 PM']Can you paste your raw EDID (for both) ?
Should look something like this :

00 44 44 44 03 01 FF
02 A0 E4 6F 0E 33 20
etc

I personally didn't have 2 edid's.
My monitor's edid simply couldn't be read/retrieved with the new drivers.
While it could using XP or the original Vista driver.

If you can read your monitor's edid (GNR0001) correctly with vista , then I would try and focus on API0001 and see what it is exactly.
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how to check RAW EDID?

anyway I tried updating EDID, under VISTA, with the EDID i saved from XP, which was working fine...
Now vista has no screen at all, loosing signal at all time... and I also have to use the DVI-VGA adapter for XP to work...
How can this be? I just updated the EDID with original one, nothing has been changed... :'(
[quote name='Mafste' date='Oct 31 2007, 03:32 PM']Can you paste your raw EDID (for both) ?

Should look something like this :



00 44 44 44 03 01 FF

02 A0 E4 6F 0E 33 20

etc



I personally didn't have 2 edid's.

My monitor's edid simply couldn't be read/retrieved with the new drivers.

While it could using XP or the original Vista driver.



If you can read your monitor's edid (GNR0001) correctly with vista , then I would try and focus on API0001 and see what it is exactly.

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how to check RAW EDID?



anyway I tried updating EDID, under VISTA, with the EDID i saved from XP, which was working fine...

Now vista has no screen at all, loosing signal at all time... and I also have to use the DVI-VGA adapter for XP to work...

How can this be? I just updated the EDID with original one, nothing has been changed... :'(

#8
Posted 10/31/2007 03:15 PM   
[quote name='laragirl83' date='Oct 31 2007, 04:15 PM']snap
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You can see the raw edid in my second screenshot.
I'm not familiar with your phoenix edid tool so I'm unsure how to do it with that.

You can use the Viewsonic edid tool though :
[url="http://www.viewsonic.com/drivers/edid.exe"]http://www.viewsonic.com/drivers/edid.exe[/url]

I hope you made a backup with that phoenix tool before you did anything.
(you might want to place your backup here , it should contain the raw edid as well).
As the phoenix tool may or may not have changed anything, any reading you get now (after flashing your edid) might be incorrect.
Though both should be interesting.

(which edid programmer did you use btw , powerstrip ?)

You might also want to explain what you did step by step (and which edid you flashed , API or GNR)
[quote name='laragirl83' date='Oct 31 2007, 04:15 PM']snap

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You can see the raw edid in my second screenshot.

I'm not familiar with your phoenix edid tool so I'm unsure how to do it with that.



You can use the Viewsonic edid tool though :

http://www.viewsonic.com/drivers/edid.exe



I hope you made a backup with that phoenix tool before you did anything.

(you might want to place your backup here , it should contain the raw edid as well).

As the phoenix tool may or may not have changed anything, any reading you get now (after flashing your edid) might be incorrect.

Though both should be interesting.



(which edid programmer did you use btw , powerstrip ?)



You might also want to explain what you did step by step (and which edid you flashed , API or GNR)

#9
Posted 10/31/2007 03:22 PM   
[quote name='Mafste' date='Oct 31 2007, 04:22 PM']You can see the raw edid in my second screenshot.
I'm not familiar with your phoenix edid tool so I'm unsure how to do it with that.

You can use the Viewsonic edid tool though :
[url="http://www.viewsonic.com/drivers/edid.exe"]http://www.viewsonic.com/drivers/edid.exe[/url]

I hope you made a backup with that phoenix tool before you did anything.
(you might want to place your backup here , it should contain the raw edid as well).
As the phoenix tool may or may not have changed anything, any reading you get now (after flashing your edid) might be incorrect.
Though both should be interesting.

(which edid programmer did you use btw , powerstrip ?)
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yes, I used PowerStrip v3.74 :)
A attach the original EDID file, i made backup of course.
Now it seems DVI-D (fully digital version) no longer work.... Tough it was working before I flashed EDID :(

Rename the attached file's extension to .DAT!

What I did:
Saved DAT file under XP (GNR000)
Boot to VISTA!
Run PowerStrip - Monitor Information - (roll down menu) Update EDID info
selected the saved DAT file mentioned above, restart.

TXT file should be renamed to DAT
[quote name='Mafste' date='Oct 31 2007, 04:22 PM']You can see the raw edid in my second screenshot.

I'm not familiar with your phoenix edid tool so I'm unsure how to do it with that.



You can use the Viewsonic edid tool though :

http://www.viewsonic.com/drivers/edid.exe



I hope you made a backup with that phoenix tool before you did anything.

(you might want to place your backup here , it should contain the raw edid as well).

As the phoenix tool may or may not have changed anything, any reading you get now (after flashing your edid) might be incorrect.

Though both should be interesting.



(which edid programmer did you use btw , powerstrip ?)

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yes, I used PowerStrip v3.74 :)

A attach the original EDID file, i made backup of course.

Now it seems DVI-D (fully digital version) no longer work.... Tough it was working before I flashed EDID :(



Rename the attached file's extension to .DAT!



What I did:

Saved DAT file under XP (GNR000)

Boot to VISTA!

Run PowerStrip - Monitor Information - (roll down menu) Update EDID info

selected the saved DAT file mentioned above, restart.



TXT file should be renamed to DAT
Attachments

ts702.txt

#10
Posted 10/31/2007 03:28 PM   
[quote name='laragirl83' date='Oct 31 2007, 04:28 PM']snap
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I've looked through the edid and everything appears fine.
It shows 1280x1024 75Hz as maximum resolution.
This is the resolution you want to work on I presume ?

Here's the viewsonic edid corrected .dat in case you want to try flashing it :
This has not been modified , only converted to viewsonics tool.
Remove the .ZIP extension (it's not zipped).

[attachment=4626:attachment]

Here's a modded one :
Basicly the same , but different 2nd description block (still defining the same though , odd)
Remove the .ZIP extension (it's not zipped).

[attachment=4627:attachment]

I'll be home in an hour , should be able to look into it some more then.

Interesting EDID information (you should technically be able to create a working edid with it) :
[url="http://www.vesa.org/public/EEDIDguideV1.pdf"]http://www.vesa.org/public/EEDIDguideV1.pdf[/url]
[quote name='laragirl83' date='Oct 31 2007, 04:28 PM']snap

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I've looked through the edid and everything appears fine.

It shows 1280x1024 75Hz as maximum resolution.

This is the resolution you want to work on I presume ?



Here's the viewsonic edid corrected .dat in case you want to try flashing it :

This has not been modified , only converted to viewsonics tool.

Remove the .ZIP extension (it's not zipped).



[attachment=4626:attachment]



Here's a modded one :

Basicly the same , but different 2nd description block (still defining the same though , odd)

Remove the .ZIP extension (it's not zipped).



[attachment=4627:attachment]



I'll be home in an hour , should be able to look into it some more then.



Interesting EDID information (you should technically be able to create a working edid with it) :

http://www.vesa.org/public/EEDIDguideV1.pdf

#11
Posted 10/31/2007 03:56 PM   
[quote name='Mafste' date='Oct 31 2007, 04:56 PM']I've looked through the edid and everything appears fine.
It shows 1280x1024 75Hz as maximum resolution.
This is the resolution you want to work on I presume ?

Here's the viewsonic edid corrected .dat in case you want to try flashing it :
This has not been modified , only converted to viewsonics tool.
Rename .txt to .dat

[attachment=6106:attachment]

I'll be home in an hour , should be able to look into it some more then.
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pls send this file in DAT format to my mail:
laragirl83@freemail.hu
because if I click on the file, it opens in a new browser windwos, where I have to select it all, create a TXT file, paste it, then rename it to DAT but powerstrip says its not a valid EDID file... /geek.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':geek:' />
[quote name='Mafste' date='Oct 31 2007, 04:56 PM']I've looked through the edid and everything appears fine.

It shows 1280x1024 75Hz as maximum resolution.

This is the resolution you want to work on I presume ?



Here's the viewsonic edid corrected .dat in case you want to try flashing it :

This has not been modified , only converted to viewsonics tool.

Rename .txt to .dat



[attachment=6106:attachment]



I'll be home in an hour , should be able to look into it some more then.

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pls send this file in DAT format to my mail:

laragirl83@freemail.hu

because if I click on the file, it opens in a new browser windwos, where I have to select it all, create a TXT file, paste it, then rename it to DAT but powerstrip says its not a valid EDID file... /geek.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':geek:' />

#12
Posted 10/31/2007 04:11 PM   
Flashed it as well... still no digital out put... no matter what I do, absolutely no screen signal, I cant see POST, BIOS, boot logos, nothing.
Digital DVI connection dead for the moment... hope we can find solution, at least get back to the state where I started from...
Flashed it as well... still no digital out put... no matter what I do, absolutely no screen signal, I cant see POST, BIOS, boot logos, nothing.

Digital DVI connection dead for the moment... hope we can find solution, at least get back to the state where I started from...

#13
Posted 10/31/2007 04:28 PM   
Im unsure how exactly this happened.
As you said you didn't modify your EDID in any way.

Maybe your VGA and DVI ports both have different EDID's ? (if thats even possible , just thinking out loud here).
Did you retrieve the EDID using the D-Sub connection and flash the DVI connection ?
Are you flashing the VGA/DVI using an adapter ? (adapter might block it).

This is the only thing that sounds logical in my mind.
As the Video Input states Analog in your edid.
Meaning you would have had to have retrieved it through the D-Sub (analog vga).
And obviously flashing that one on the DVI connection means your monitor wont accept digital input.

So am I right or wrong ? :)
Im unsure how exactly this happened.

As you said you didn't modify your EDID in any way.



Maybe your VGA and DVI ports both have different EDID's ? (if thats even possible , just thinking out loud here).

Did you retrieve the EDID using the D-Sub connection and flash the DVI connection ?

Are you flashing the VGA/DVI using an adapter ? (adapter might block it).



This is the only thing that sounds logical in my mind.

As the Video Input states Analog in your edid.

Meaning you would have had to have retrieved it through the D-Sub (analog vga).

And obviously flashing that one on the DVI connection means your monitor wont accept digital input.



So am I right or wrong ? :)

#14
Posted 10/31/2007 04:43 PM   
[quote name='Mafste' date='Oct 31 2007, 05:43 PM']Im unsure how exactly this happened.
As you said you didn't modify your EDID in any way.

Maybe your VGA and DVI ports both have different EDID's ? (if thats even possible , just thinking out loud here).
Did you retrieve the EDID using the D-Sub connection and flash the DVI connection ?
Are you flashing the VGA/DVI using an adapter ? (adapter might block it).

This is the only thing that sounds logical in my mind.
As the Video Input states Analog in your edid.
Meaning you would have had to have retrieved it through the D-Sub (analog vga).
And obviously flashing that one on the DVI connection means your monitor wont accept digital input.
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but then how will i do it? i want digital singal as well :s
[quote name='Mafste' date='Oct 31 2007, 05:43 PM']Im unsure how exactly this happened.

As you said you didn't modify your EDID in any way.



Maybe your VGA and DVI ports both have different EDID's ? (if thats even possible , just thinking out loud here).

Did you retrieve the EDID using the D-Sub connection and flash the DVI connection ?

Are you flashing the VGA/DVI using an adapter ? (adapter might block it).



This is the only thing that sounds logical in my mind.

As the Video Input states Analog in your edid.

Meaning you would have had to have retrieved it through the D-Sub (analog vga).

And obviously flashing that one on the DVI connection means your monitor wont accept digital input.

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but then how will i do it? i want digital singal as well :s

#15
Posted 10/31/2007 04:48 PM   
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