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Windows 7: Need driver for samsung 1200nf crt monitor

15 Nov 2010   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Need driver for samsung 1200nf crt monitor

Limitation of 85hz on games
any help

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15 Nov 2010   #2

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Windows 10, Home Clean Install

I dont have all the information
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15 Nov 2010   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

sory for the lack of information
im trying to mod the monitor.inf using this
  1. Download and extract it to a working folder.
  2. Run it and click the registry toolbar button.
  3. Click the pencil toolbar button for edit mode.
  4. Change the EDID settings to reflect you display's true capabilities
  5. Pay special attention to the Standard Timings tab.
  6. Detailed Timing blocks 2-4 provide some very interested additional options.
  7. Save the EDID to a .DAT file in the working folder.
  8. Download moninfo.exe and install it.
  9. Open the saved .DAT with MonInfo and make sure it doesn't complain about it
  10. If it does post here for help
  11. If MonInfo reads in an displays the settings the way you configured them in Phoenix then...
  12. Select Create INF... from the file menu and save it to the working folder.
  13. Feel free to edit the strings in the INF to your liking.
  14. Open Start, type devmgmt.msc and press Enter.
  15. Select the monitor you want to change, right click and select Update Driver Software
  16. Use the tried and true "Have Disk" method to select the INF and install it.
  17. Reboot and enjoy your new resolution
    but no luck so i hope to find someone able to pick the drivers for xp and recoded to win7
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05 Jan 2011   #4

Windows 7 Ultimate x64

this is a comercial move to avoid good buyers of good brands that give back like a thank you , you will not have a 3d 120hz experience under windows 7 with your 8 years old crt
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 Need driver for samsung 1200nf crt monitor

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