GTX 280 + ViewSonic vx2835WM + Drivers 191.07 Issues
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I meet a big problem with the driver Geforce 191.07 and my monitor Viewsonic VX2835WM (native resolution 1900x1200).
The driver do not recognize my monitor anymore. The resolution is good, but the desktop size exceeds the screen size.
I have never meet this issue with all the old drivers. The 190.62 version work fine.
My configuration :
Vista Ultimate x32 SP2
Asus P7P55D Pro.
Viewsonic VX2835W + HDMI

I must not be alone in this case. Please help me.

David
I meet a big problem with the driver Geforce 191.07 and my monitor Viewsonic VX2835WM (native resolution 1900x1200).

The driver do not recognize my monitor anymore. The resolution is good, but the desktop size exceeds the screen size.

I have never meet this issue with all the old drivers. The 190.62 version work fine.

My configuration :

Vista Ultimate x32 SP2

Asus P7P55D Pro.

Viewsonic VX2835W + HDMI



I must not be alone in this case. Please help me.



David

#1
Posted 10/09/2009 03:42 PM   
I have the same monitor , 2 gtx 260's and windows 7 64bit and have the exact same problem with 191.03 and 191.07
I have the same monitor , 2 gtx 260's and windows 7 64bit and have the exact same problem with 191.03 and 191.07

You know what old Jack Burton says at a time like this, it's all in the reflexes....Big Trouble in Little China

Windows 7 64 bit

Core I7 2600K @ 4.4ghz, Samsung 40" LED 3D TV , Nvidia 3d-Vision

Antec 1200 HCP PSU , Acer 22" monitor x 3

16gb DDR3 , Mitsubishi 65" 3D DLP

2 x vERTEX 3 240GB , Corsair H100 cpu cooler

Vertex 1 120GB , RAT 7,and Logitech G9 mice

3 X GTX 580 3GB SLI Zotac , Logitech G35 headphones

, Logitech G13

Asus P67 WS , Logitech Z-5500

Xigmatek Elysium(all optional fans installed half blue, half white)

+ similar setup attached to Mitsubishi DLP

#2
Posted 10/09/2009 04:36 PM   
Same problem here! Thank God, I thought I was going crazy.

28" vx2835wm, native 1920x1200, with a GTX 280, the edges of the screen are missing, Windows 7 MSDN. Changing resolutions down doesn't help. Windows 7 booted up fine the first time before I installed the driver (191.07).

I lodged some driver feedback, I hope they fix it quickly.
Same problem here! Thank God, I thought I was going crazy.



28" vx2835wm, native 1920x1200, with a GTX 280, the edges of the screen are missing, Windows 7 MSDN. Changing resolutions down doesn't help. Windows 7 booted up fine the first time before I installed the driver (191.07).



I lodged some driver feedback, I hope they fix it quickly.

#3
Posted 10/09/2009 07:33 PM   
Same problem here
W7, drivers 191.07, 8800GT, Viewsonic VX2835wm

the problem has been reported before though. Always with the VX2835wm
hope nVidia fixes it
Same problem here

W7, drivers 191.07, 8800GT, Viewsonic VX2835wm



the problem has been reported before though. Always with the VX2835wm

hope nVidia fixes it

#4
Posted 10/21/2009 06:56 PM   
Solution:

You need to run the install so the files are extracted then cancel setup and browse to the folder "C:\NVIDIA\DisplayDriver\191.07\WinVista_Win7_64\English\" and edit those lines listed below in the file named NV4_DISP.inf.
I am attaching mine already edited and confirmed working for me so you can just replace it if you want to (unzip it and replace). It is for the 191.07. After editing/replacing the file you run setup from within the same folder to install the drivers with the modified file.

To edit manually (Probably works with other driver sets):

Edit the NV4_DISP file as follows. (So unpack the files for install and open NV4_DISP.inf in notepad).

1. Locate the section labeled: [nv_clearRegistrySwitches_delreg]

2. Remove the following lines:

HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags0
HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags1
HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags2
HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags3
HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags4

3. Locate the section labeled: [nv_commonDisplayModes_addreg]

4. Add the customized line:

HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags0, %REG_BINARY%, 5A,63,1F,0F,00,00,FF,FF,04,00,00,00,7E,01,00

5. Locate the setup.exe file in the 'nVidia Drivers' folder and execute. Install as normal.

This is for the Viewsonic VX2835wm and the 191.07 windows 7 x64 drivers only.

You need to replace the first four sets of hex with the ones you for your monitor's/TV's EDID if it is another brand/model.

Hope this helps.

~Paul
Solution:



You need to run the install so the files are extracted then cancel setup and browse to the folder "C:\NVIDIA\DisplayDriver\191.07\WinVista_Win7_64\English\" and edit those lines listed below in the file named NV4_DISP.inf.

I am attaching mine already edited and confirmed working for me so you can just replace it if you want to (unzip it and replace). It is for the 191.07. After editing/replacing the file you run setup from within the same folder to install the drivers with the modified file.



To edit manually (Probably works with other driver sets):



Edit the NV4_DISP file as follows. (So unpack the files for install and open NV4_DISP.inf in notepad).



1. Locate the section labeled: [nv_clearRegistrySwitches_delreg]



2. Remove the following lines:



HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags0

HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags1

HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags2

HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags3

HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags4



3. Locate the section labeled: [nv_commonDisplayModes_addreg]



4. Add the customized line:



HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags0, %REG_BINARY%, 5A,63,1F,0F,00,00,FF,FF,04,00,00,00,7E,01,00



5. Locate the setup.exe file in the 'nVidia Drivers' folder and execute. Install as normal.



This is for the Viewsonic VX2835wm and the 191.07 windows 7 x64 drivers only.



You need to replace the first four sets of hex with the ones you for your monitor's/TV's EDID if it is another brand/model.



Hope this helps.



~Paul

#5
Posted 10/21/2009 07:23 PM   
Has someone tried that fix?
[url="http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=58483&pid=330319&mode=threaded&show=&st=&#entry330319"]http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtop...mp;#entry330319[/url]
adapted to W7... I can't find where to do the fix in the install file of 191.07 for W7 64...
Has someone tried that fix?

http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtop...mp;#entry330319

adapted to W7... I can't find where to do the fix in the install file of 191.07 for W7 64...

#6
Posted 10/21/2009 07:28 PM   
[quote name='Fanch' post='603594' date='Oct 21 2009, 02:28 PM']Has someone tried that fix?
[url="http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=58483&pid=330319&mode=threaded&show=&st=&#entry330319"]http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtop...mp;#entry330319[/url]
adapted to W7... I can't find where to do the fix in the install file of 191.07 for W7 64...[/quote]

I posted the fix above simplified........The files are unpacked to C:\NVIDIA\DisplayDriver\191.07\WinVista_Win7_64\English\ when you run setup. You need to run the install so the files are extracted then cancel setup and browse to the above folder and edit those lines in the file metioned. I am attaching mine so you can just replace it if you want to(zipped). It is for the 191.07. After editing/replacing the file you run setup from within the same folder to install the drivers with the modified file.

Out
[quote name='Fanch' post='603594' date='Oct 21 2009, 02:28 PM']Has someone tried that fix?

http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtop...mp;#entry330319

adapted to W7... I can't find where to do the fix in the install file of 191.07 for W7 64...



I posted the fix above simplified........The files are unpacked to C:\NVIDIA\DisplayDriver\191.07\WinVista_Win7_64\English\ when you run setup. You need to run the install so the files are extracted then cancel setup and browse to the above folder and edit those lines in the file metioned. I am attaching mine so you can just replace it if you want to(zipped). It is for the 191.07. After editing/replacing the file you run setup from within the same folder to install the drivers with the modified file.



Out

#7
Posted 10/21/2009 07:34 PM   
Thanks for this information. I thought it was something with my computer.

This is happening to me. I had to revert to the 8.16.11.9062 drivers. I am running Windows 7, 64 bit with a GTX295.

Hopefully the next driver from NVidia set will fix this too.

Game rig specs:
Mobo: ASUS P5K/EPU, Intel P35, socket 775
CPU: Intel Q6600, 2.4GHz, 1066FSB Quad Core
CPU cooling: Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro w/92mm fan
RAM: 8GB G.SKILL DDR2 1066 (PC2 8500). Two dual channel kits (4x2GB)
HD1: SATA Seagate Barracuda, 1 TB
HD2: SATA Western Digital, 500GB
OS: Windows 7 Enterprise
Video: eVGA GeForce GTX295, Superclocked
Monitor: 28" ViewSonic VX2835WM LCD with 3ms response time
2nd Monitor: 28" Hanns G HG-281DPB LCD
Sound: Onboard RealTek 7.1 surround
Power: Corsair TX 750 watt
UPS: CyberPower Intelligent LCD Series GreenPower UPS CP1500AVRLCD 1500VA 900W
Keyboard: Logitech G19
Mouse: Logitech G5 laser
Headphones: Sennheiser PC 350 gaming headphones
Thanks for this information. I thought it was something with my computer.



This is happening to me. I had to revert to the 8.16.11.9062 drivers. I am running Windows 7, 64 bit with a GTX295.



Hopefully the next driver from NVidia set will fix this too.



Game rig specs:

Mobo: ASUS P5K/EPU, Intel P35, socket 775

CPU: Intel Q6600, 2.4GHz, 1066FSB Quad Core

CPU cooling: Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro w/92mm fan

RAM: 8GB G.SKILL DDR2 1066 (PC2 8500). Two dual channel kits (4x2GB)

HD1: SATA Seagate Barracuda, 1 TB

HD2: SATA Western Digital, 500GB

OS: Windows 7 Enterprise

Video: eVGA GeForce GTX295, Superclocked

Monitor: 28" ViewSonic VX2835WM LCD with 3ms response time

2nd Monitor: 28" Hanns G HG-281DPB LCD

Sound: Onboard RealTek 7.1 surround

Power: Corsair TX 750 watt

UPS: CyberPower Intelligent LCD Series GreenPower UPS CP1500AVRLCD 1500VA 900W

Keyboard: Logitech G19

Mouse: Logitech G5 laser

Headphones: Sennheiser PC 350 gaming headphones

"My actions are not revenge...they are punishment..."

#8
Posted 10/22/2009 06:16 PM   
[quote name='Polecat' post='603596' date='Oct 21 2009, 09:34 PM']I posted the fix above simplified........The files are unpacked to C:\NVIDIA\DisplayDriver\191.07\WinVista_Win7_64\English\ when you run setup. You need to run the install so the files are extracted then cancel setup and browse to the above folder and edit those lines in the file metioned. I am attaching mine so you can just replace it if you want to(zipped). It is for the 191.07. After editing/replacing the file you run setup from within the same folder to install the drivers with the modified file.

Out[/quote]

Thank you so much for your kind help!!!
this works perfectly.
[quote name='Polecat' post='603596' date='Oct 21 2009, 09:34 PM']I posted the fix above simplified........The files are unpacked to C:\NVIDIA\DisplayDriver\191.07\WinVista_Win7_64\English\ when you run setup. You need to run the install so the files are extracted then cancel setup and browse to the above folder and edit those lines in the file metioned. I am attaching mine so you can just replace it if you want to(zipped). It is for the 191.07. After editing/replacing the file you run setup from within the same folder to install the drivers with the modified file.



Out



Thank you so much for your kind help!!!

this works perfectly.

#9
Posted 10/22/2009 07:03 PM   
[quote name='Polecat' post='603592' date='Oct 22 2009, 03:23 AM']Solution:

You need to run the install so the files are extracted then cancel setup and browse to the folder "C:\NVIDIA\DisplayDriver\191.07\WinVista_Win7_64\English\" and edit those lines listed below in the file named NV4_DISP.inf.
I am attaching mine already edited and confirmed working for me so you can just replace it if you want to (unzip it and replace). It is for the 191.07. After editing/replacing the file you run setup from within the same folder to install the drivers with the modified file.

To edit manually (Probably works with other driver sets):

Edit the NV4_DISP file as follows. (So unpack the files for install and open NV4_DISP.inf in notepad).

1. Locate the section labeled: [nv_clearRegistrySwitches_delreg]

2. Remove the following lines:

HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags0
HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags1
HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags2
HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags3
HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags4

3. Locate the section labeled: [nv_commonDisplayModes_addreg]

4. Add the customized line:

HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags0, %REG_BINARY%, 5A,63,1F,0F,00,00,FF,FF,04,00,00,00,7E,01,00

5. Locate the setup.exe file in the 'nVidia Drivers' folder and execute. Install as normal.

This is for the Viewsonic VX2835wm and the 191.07 windows 7 x64 drivers only.

You need to replace the first four sets of hex with the ones you for your monitor's/TV's EDID if it is another brand/model.

Hope this helps.

~Paul[/quote]

I followed the instructions but there is no NV4_DISP file, just NV_DISP file so I used that one and made all changes but it has no effect.
Gforce 250, 280, 285 on Viewsonic VX2835wm using 191.07 driver / Vista 64

As I have this problem for a long time, it goes back nearly 1 year now, I was lucky to found Nvidia drivers on other web sites where it was patched and ready for download. Always remember the messages... hope Nvidia fix this soon... lol those messages goes back over a year now...

Just because here is a new version of windows (7) it has the look as if this is a new problem, but its stone old and it was never fixed... old posts about this are mostly unanswered without any solution.

Sending a message to Nvidia tech service is always the same marry-go around.... you have to give them a monitor data list from a software tool and answer some basic questions and then nothing happend. I did that already 5 x over the last several month, never get a solution for it.

Not everybody who uses PC's can right away modify display drivers, actually I dont know anybody who can (without doing plenty of hours research first).

VieSonic says its a problem with NVidia drivers and Nvidia prob would argue that its ViewSonics fault.

Anyway, as there are useres who show clearly that a modified driver works well I point to Nvidia to fix it since this is such an old problem the answer... wait for next driver... isnt more good enough.

Why is it so difficult to release a patch? why it seems impossible to get a solution within the driver at realease?
[quote name='Polecat' post='603592' date='Oct 22 2009, 03:23 AM']Solution:



You need to run the install so the files are extracted then cancel setup and browse to the folder "C:\NVIDIA\DisplayDriver\191.07\WinVista_Win7_64\English\" and edit those lines listed below in the file named NV4_DISP.inf.

I am attaching mine already edited and confirmed working for me so you can just replace it if you want to (unzip it and replace). It is for the 191.07. After editing/replacing the file you run setup from within the same folder to install the drivers with the modified file.



To edit manually (Probably works with other driver sets):



Edit the NV4_DISP file as follows. (So unpack the files for install and open NV4_DISP.inf in notepad).



1. Locate the section labeled: [nv_clearRegistrySwitches_delreg]



2. Remove the following lines:



HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags0

HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags1

HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags2

HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags3

HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags4



3. Locate the section labeled: [nv_commonDisplayModes_addreg]



4. Add the customized line:



HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags0, %REG_BINARY%, 5A,63,1F,0F,00,00,FF,FF,04,00,00,00,7E,01,00



5. Locate the setup.exe file in the 'nVidia Drivers' folder and execute. Install as normal.



This is for the Viewsonic VX2835wm and the 191.07 windows 7 x64 drivers only.



You need to replace the first four sets of hex with the ones you for your monitor's/TV's EDID if it is another brand/model.



Hope this helps.



~Paul



I followed the instructions but there is no NV4_DISP file, just NV_DISP file so I used that one and made all changes but it has no effect.

Gforce 250, 280, 285 on Viewsonic VX2835wm using 191.07 driver / Vista 64



As I have this problem for a long time, it goes back nearly 1 year now, I was lucky to found Nvidia drivers on other web sites where it was patched and ready for download. Always remember the messages... hope Nvidia fix this soon... lol those messages goes back over a year now...



Just because here is a new version of windows (7) it has the look as if this is a new problem, but its stone old and it was never fixed... old posts about this are mostly unanswered without any solution.



Sending a message to Nvidia tech service is always the same marry-go around.... you have to give them a monitor data list from a software tool and answer some basic questions and then nothing happend. I did that already 5 x over the last several month, never get a solution for it.



Not everybody who uses PC's can right away modify display drivers, actually I dont know anybody who can (without doing plenty of hours research first).



VieSonic says its a problem with NVidia drivers and Nvidia prob would argue that its ViewSonics fault.



Anyway, as there are useres who show clearly that a modified driver works well I point to Nvidia to fix it since this is such an old problem the answer... wait for next driver... isnt more good enough.



Why is it so difficult to release a patch? why it seems impossible to get a solution within the driver at realease?

#10
Posted 10/23/2009 09:41 PM   
Are any of you running more than one VX2835WM?

I have a similar (?) issue where the new drivers don't recognize a second VX2835wm when both are connected via HDMI. See post [url="http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=109434&st=0&gopid=604549&#entry604549"]http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtop...mp;#entry604549[/url]. Roll backs to prior drivers have not helped, although it worked fine for over a year before the upgrade.

I am hoping a fix for your all's problem fixes mine too!
Are any of you running more than one VX2835WM?



I have a similar (?) issue where the new drivers don't recognize a second VX2835wm when both are connected via HDMI. See post http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtop...mp;#entry604549. Roll backs to prior drivers have not helped, although it worked fine for over a year before the upgrade.



I am hoping a fix for your all's problem fixes mine too!

#11
Posted 10/24/2009 02:45 AM   
[quote name='Dgarof' post='598595' date='Oct 9 2009, 06:42 PM']I meet a big problem with the driver Geforce 191.07 and my monitor Viewsonic VX2835WM (native resolution 1900x1200).
The driver do not recognize my monitor anymore. The resolution is good, but the desktop size exceeds the screen size.
I have never meet this issue with all the old drivers. The 190.62 version work fine.
My configuration :
Vista Ultimate x32 SP2
Asus P7P55D Pro.
Viewsonic VX2835W + HDMI

I must not be alone in this case. Please help me.

David[/quote]


I have the same problem when using hdmi.
Monitor is Samsung Syncmaster P2370HD. + Asus Nvidia 9500GT TOP
when you connect a Samsung Syncmaster 2370HD - pc, by hami, in resolution 1920h1080, the picture goes beyond the screen and has blur of text and icons on the desktop.
obviously there is any error in the 190.07 drivers work with hdmi. hope it was removed the next drivers.
[quote name='Dgarof' post='598595' date='Oct 9 2009, 06:42 PM']I meet a big problem with the driver Geforce 191.07 and my monitor Viewsonic VX2835WM (native resolution 1900x1200).

The driver do not recognize my monitor anymore. The resolution is good, but the desktop size exceeds the screen size.

I have never meet this issue with all the old drivers. The 190.62 version work fine.

My configuration :

Vista Ultimate x32 SP2

Asus P7P55D Pro.

Viewsonic VX2835W + HDMI



I must not be alone in this case. Please help me.



David





I have the same problem when using hdmi.

Monitor is Samsung Syncmaster P2370HD. + Asus Nvidia 9500GT TOP

when you connect a Samsung Syncmaster 2370HD - pc, by hami, in resolution 1920h1080, the picture goes beyond the screen and has blur of text and icons on the desktop.

obviously there is any error in the 190.07 drivers work with hdmi. hope it was removed the next drivers.

#12
Posted 10/24/2009 06:43 AM   
Thank god, I have found this thread!

I have being going insane with this driver. I am running the Nvidia Geforce 9500GS (ACER M5201), with Windows 7 64 BIT, and as mentioned above the screen blurrs and the edges are cut off! So, the problem is due to my Monitor (Connected via HDMI) is the problem! Does the above fix work? Are NVIDIA aware of this problem?

***** EDIT ********

I have applied the above "solution" which has worked perfectly! Thank you so much!
Thank god, I have found this thread!



I have being going insane with this driver. I am running the Nvidia Geforce 9500GS (ACER M5201), with Windows 7 64 BIT, and as mentioned above the screen blurrs and the edges are cut off! So, the problem is due to my Monitor (Connected via HDMI) is the problem! Does the above fix work? Are NVIDIA aware of this problem?



***** EDIT ********



I have applied the above "solution" which has worked perfectly! Thank you so much!

#13
Posted 10/24/2009 05:57 PM   
[quote name='Polecat' post='603592' date='Oct 21 2009, 10:23 PM']Solution:

You need to run the install so the files are extracted then cancel setup and browse to the folder "C:\NVIDIA\DisplayDriver\191.07\WinVista_Win7_64\English\" and edit those lines listed below in the file named NV4_DISP.inf.
I am attaching mine already edited and confirmed working for me so you can just replace it if you want to (unzip it and replace). It is for the 191.07. After editing/replacing the file you run setup from within the same folder to install the drivers with the modified file.

To edit manually (Probably works with other driver sets):

Edit the NV4_DISP file as follows. (So unpack the files for install and open NV4_DISP.inf in notepad).

1. Locate the section labeled: [nv_clearRegistrySwitches_delreg]

2. Remove the following lines:

HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags0
HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags1
HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags2
HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags3
HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags4

3. Locate the section labeled: [nv_commonDisplayModes_addreg]

4. Add the customized line:

HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags0, %REG_BINARY%, 5A,63,1F,0F,00,00,FF,FF,04,00,00,00,7E,01,00

5. Locate the setup.exe file in the 'nVidia Drivers' folder and execute. Install as normal.

This is for the Viewsonic VX2835wm and the 191.07 windows 7 x64 drivers only.

You need to replace the first four sets of hex with the ones you for your monitor's/TV's EDID if it is another brand/model.

Hope this helps.

~Paul[/quote]


Can a decision to monitor is Samsung Syncmaster P2370HD.
10Ð¥
[quote name='Polecat' post='603592' date='Oct 21 2009, 10:23 PM']Solution:



You need to run the install so the files are extracted then cancel setup and browse to the folder "C:\NVIDIA\DisplayDriver\191.07\WinVista_Win7_64\English\" and edit those lines listed below in the file named NV4_DISP.inf.

I am attaching mine already edited and confirmed working for me so you can just replace it if you want to (unzip it and replace). It is for the 191.07. After editing/replacing the file you run setup from within the same folder to install the drivers with the modified file.



To edit manually (Probably works with other driver sets):



Edit the NV4_DISP file as follows. (So unpack the files for install and open NV4_DISP.inf in notepad).



1. Locate the section labeled: [nv_clearRegistrySwitches_delreg]



2. Remove the following lines:



HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags0

HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags1

HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags2

HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags3

HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags4



3. Locate the section labeled: [nv_commonDisplayModes_addreg]



4. Add the customized line:



HKR,,OverrideEdidFlags0, %REG_BINARY%, 5A,63,1F,0F,00,00,FF,FF,04,00,00,00,7E,01,00



5. Locate the setup.exe file in the 'nVidia Drivers' folder and execute. Install as normal.



This is for the Viewsonic VX2835wm and the 191.07 windows 7 x64 drivers only.



You need to replace the first four sets of hex with the ones you for your monitor's/TV's EDID if it is another brand/model.



Hope this helps.



~Paul





Can a decision to monitor is Samsung Syncmaster P2370HD.

10Ð¥

#14
Posted 10/25/2009 08:50 AM   
same problem here, my screen is zoomed no matter what resolution i try, even the native resolution that i usually use : 1920x1200

however, the fix proposed by Pole worked just fine for me :)

(i had to run setup.exe twice !)
same problem here, my screen is zoomed no matter what resolution i try, even the native resolution that i usually use : 1920x1200



however, the fix proposed by Pole worked just fine for me :)



(i had to run setup.exe twice !)

#15
Posted 10/25/2009 04:19 PM   
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