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post #11 of 67 (permalink) Old 07-06-2012, 11:54 PM
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Sorry to hear that it's not working for you. I'm not surprised that the old CRT isn't compatible, but it could have worked with the projector. I looked at the manual for the W6000, unfortunately I couldn't find anything on DDC/CI in there so I think you're out of luck on that front. Didn't the projector come with a remote?
As for creating brightness/contrast profiles for nVidia Control Panel, I don't think I've heard of any software that does that.

Thanks for the reply HothBase. I have GOOD NEWS! I've discovered a program called RivaTuner. It allows you to adjust brightness and contrast for any monitor and does a bunch of other nifty little things too. Can even create profiles and launch them via Hotkeys. No DDC/CI compatibility required! Just plain works. Glad I found RivaTuner it rocks! thumb.gif
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Hmm, I'm pretty sure that RivaTuner only does "soft-control" though, as in it changes the image sent from the GPU instead of actually controlling the monitor. Regardless, I'm glad you're happy with it. smile.gif

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Is there any way to get ScreenBright to do relative brightness adjustments? (Like +5).
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Is there any way to get ScreenBright to do relative brightness adjustments? (Like +5).

Not that I know of. You could try contacting the developer. With any luck, he might implement it. smile.gif

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would you have a similar app but for various edid and all setting.i got the value (moninfo.exe)(using a toshiba 24sl410u)but sadly if it doesnt say native w7 ignore it,and as we all know gpu isnt smart enough to read edid so most of the time our issue is here.
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I just set my monitor to sRGB.. don't know why you wouldn't really. It follows a perfect gama curve and looks the cleanest and best in games imo, at least on my monitor, (Asus VG278H) 120HZ 3D capable LED). It has all those splendid modes but I find those are obnoxious and they make things look very unnatural.

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Can't get it to work on Crossover 27Q, shouldn't they be compatible?
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post #18 of 67 (permalink) Old 10-10-2012, 02:34 PM
 
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it all depend on the screen maker,usually you start screen then computer but a lot have this system not working properly,so when in doubt use last gen rez in this case 720p.(1280x768)but if i use vga it recommend 1920 x 1080.
or its an issue between toshiba and hdmi
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Thanks for this, even tho my monitor has a decent menu system (dell) its easier to slide a program around to make adjustments.



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