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84.25s (Guru3D) not recognizing monitor?

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Minor, minor deal here but I noticed that the 84.25 Guru drivers only recognize my monitor as "Analog Display". The 84.21s had no issue seeing my monitor. Only difference I can tell though is that when I enter the nVidia options when it is recognized as "Anolog Display", it flashes my monitor black for a few seconds to load the options. When the monitor is recognized correctly, it just goes straight to the options with no hesitation.

Just one of those annoyances that bug a person after a while.
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Originally Posted by thr33niL
Minor, minor deal here but I noticed that the 84.25 Guru drivers only recognize my monitor as "Analog Display". The 84.21s had no issue seeing my monitor. Only difference I can tell though is that when I enter the nVidia options when it is recognized as "Anolog Display", it flashes my monitor black for a few seconds to load the options. When the monitor is recognized correctly, it just goes straight to the options with no hesitation.

Just one of those annoyances that bug a person after a while.
Well i would Uninstall your CURRENT drivers then use a Program called ''Driver cleaner Pro'' to clean all Nvidia Left over driver Files. After this get the Latest Drivers From the MAIN nvidia site not a third party site.
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