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Does anyone know if the ATI 4850X2 has this same issue as the 9800GX2?If yes is there a fix?I have a 4850X2 on the way and want to be prepared.
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i know this is a old ass thread b4 u guys start in on me i figure i would ask here and not start another thread. when u changed the signal or HD format in the nvidia control panel to 1080p did the screen blur and u said it changed size? thats whats happening to mine. just making sure its the same issue b4 i mess up sumthing changing files in the reg. i have a gateway 24" HD LCD 1080p
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post #14 of 19
Sorry to bump this old thread, but this problem has resurfaced. With the new drivers this fix no longer works for me and my Westing house L2410NM and nvidia 9800 gx2:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824255001

I use a dvi to hdmi cable to connect the two, and well without the fix I am pretty mush stuck on old drivers. After 182.50 the .ini no longer has the "[nv_SoftwareDeviceSettings]" section. Here is the fix I used to use:

Quote:
Find:

[nv_SoftwareDeviceSettings]

Add After:

HKR,, OverrideEdidFlags0, %REG_BINARY%, 5C,85,80,51,00,00,FF,FF,04,00,00,00,7E,01,00

EDIT:
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There is a new fix you can apply if you have this problem. It may not seem like it applies, but it works. Download this patch and install it after you install the drivers, do not restart until you install the patch right after. Get the fix here:

http://nvidia.custhelp.com/cgi-bin/n...p?p_faqid=2371
Edited by Help22 - 5/11/09 at 9:21am
post #15 of 19
Help22 - this also fixed my LM2410 on 9800GX2. Thanks!!!


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post #16 of 19
Unfortunately I just upgraded to windows 7 and the fix I posted before no longer works for me. I opened up a new nvidia support ticket. Does anyone else have a solution to this problem again?

EDIT:
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This fix works:

Quote:
Just to confirm that the Registry edit does work & is by far a simpler way of doing it (for some of us).

Run "Regedit" & Navigate to:

HK_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SYSTEM\\CurrentControlSet\\Contr ol\\Video

Open the folder & check each folder (eg. HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SYSTEM\\CurrentControlSet\\Con trol\\Video\\{E0CC2030-CCD8-49B9-8267-83140EF868CB} )

Check each sub folder called "0000" until you come across one which expands and includes the following:

>Display
>settings
>Uninstall
>Volatilesettings

Once you've located this, right click the "0000" folder and select "New" followed by "Binary Value".

Rename the value to:

OverrideEdidFlags0

and hit enter or okay

Next up, you need to right click the new key and select "Modify Binary Data" from the list.

You should have already written down the 4 numbers you've got from the Edid using the Pheonix utility.

the "*" is where you need to input your numbers followed by the rest so it looks something like:

*, *, *, *, 00, 00, ff, ff, 04, 00, 00, 00, 7e, 01, 00


Click okay once your done, close Regedit & reboot.

Just remember to change your default audio device if you were using an external decoder thumbup.gif


NB.
Note: If you expand all "0000" keys and come across more than one instance of multiple folders, I recommend doing the key for one only, then reboot, check. If it doesn't work on the 1st, then delete the key you created & move down the list.. rinse and repeat.

Edited by Help22 - 10/23/09 at 2:52pm
post #17 of 19
I haven't had any issues yet with mine in windows 7 with the latest drivers. Perhaps i got lucky but i saved all the info and thanks to both of you for this.
post #18 of 19
i have the crazy problem with my philips and nvidia gtx 470....when i do enable sound over hdmi my screen flikkers like crazy and even when turn off the sound it just stays that way.....

so i tried 100 things...it almost made me trow out my computer hahahaha but then i tried to change the refresh rate of my HDMI philips tv to 30hertz.

and geus what that worked with audio and no screen flikkering anymore but the screen whas very very slow

then i changed it to 30hertz interlaced and did fixe the whole thing but still a strange problem offcourse.

i am going to try change the EDID in registy as you all did.
i will keep you up to date
post #19 of 19
I have a same exact problem with my Philips. Tried all the resolutions and hz that the video card offers. Cant get it to work. The lcd supports 1080 60hz.
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