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Forum: Tutorials 31 Oct 2009
Replies: 316
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Posted By bobdynlan
Yes, there are many issues with my PED Helper :D...

Yes, there are many issues with my PED Helper :D I had the ambition to not use macros, and have something similar to the original excel files from VESA (no macros in them to begin). But not using...
Forum: Graphic Cards 12 Oct 2009
Replies: 20
Views: 16,908
Posted By bobdynlan
Excuse my ommision, but a more complete dump...

Excuse my ommision, but a more complete dump would be possible with softMCCS from entech (http://www.entechtaiwan.com/lib/softmccs.shtm). Select your monitor's name. File -> Save EDID as... and...
Forum: Drivers 12 Oct 2009
Replies: 3
Views: 8,140
Posted By bobdynlan
Actually, you're wrong. There is at least one...

Actually, you're wrong. There is at least one utility named biosview for award bios, but it's dos only and would not work on newer bioses. I guess a new updated tool would be useful - noted as a...
Forum: Tutorials 12 Oct 2009
Replies: 316
Views: 939,124
Posted By bobdynlan
Believe it or not, your flawlessly working two...

Believe it or not, your flawlessly working two video adapters are weaker in Windows 7, because of the new driver model requirements, Aero interface and other taxing stuff not present in winxp. The...
Forum: Performance & Maintenance 12 Oct 2009
Replies: 3
Views: 3,772
Posted By bobdynlan
default shortcuts: - files with lnk extention...

default shortcuts:
- files with lnk extention that describes the target (path, parameters).
- you cannot run common tasks on the target (edit, print), only launching is supported.
- Alt+Enter on...
Forum: Performance & Maintenance 12 Oct 2009
Replies: 55
Views: 21,666
Posted By bobdynlan
There are some people here that should eat their...

There are some people here that should eat their words after this. :cool: Avira made one of the best antivirus software and I'm glad so many choose it. king44 and the others, you cannot advise users...
Forum: Drivers 12 Oct 2009
Replies: 3
Views: 8,140
Posted By bobdynlan
Search google images with "bios" and "K9VGM-V"...

Search google images with "bios" and "K9VGM-V" keywords? It managed to return at least 3 more screenshots: link...
Forum: Graphic Cards 12 Oct 2009
Replies: 5
Views: 21,464
Posted By bobdynlan
That attitude will not get you far... Picture...

That attitude will not get you far...
Picture this: You go on a road trip and the car fails on you in the middle of nowhere. You make a call to the emergency road service:
- "My car broke down...
Forum: Graphic Cards 11 Oct 2009
Replies: 20
Views: 16,908
Posted By bobdynlan
Let me be clear: the inf i've attached in the...

Let me be clear: the inf i've attached in the previous post it's a driver for your monitor, not for the geforce. It takes few moments to open the Device manager and update the monitor driver with the...
Forum: Tutorials 11 Oct 2009
Replies: 316
Views: 939,124
Posted By bobdynlan
Onboard GMA 3000 even struggles with single...

Onboard GMA 3000 even struggles with single output in high resolutions, nVidia 6200 was the low end of its time, don't expect much more than you currently get. It's a wonder you got them all in sync...
Forum: Graphic Cards 11 Oct 2009
Replies: 20
Views: 16,908
Posted By bobdynlan
What I don't understand is... your post. It seems...

What I don't understand is... your post. It seems that I suggested the exact same thing, only more precise: "You need to create a custom resolution of 1440x900 @ 60Hz/75Hz(75Hz only when using VGA...
Forum: Tutorials 11 Oct 2009
Replies: 316
Views: 939,124
Posted By bobdynlan
Follow this extended guide...

Follow this extended guide (https://www.sevenforums.com/tutorials/7947-force-dvi-hdmi-resolutions-refresh-rates-post258257.html?h)
From it:
II. Dump the monitor's EDID (extended display...
Forum: Graphic Cards 10 Oct 2009
Replies: 20
Views: 16,908
Posted By bobdynlan
Gateway Support - Video Modes...

Gateway Support - Video Modes (http://support.gateway.com/s/MONITOR/7005574R/7005574Rcp.shtml)

Resolution | H Frequency | V Frequency | DVI Mode?
1440x900 55.935 KHz 59.887 Hz Yes...
Forum: Graphic Cards 10 Oct 2009
Replies: 21
Views: 5,600
Posted By bobdynlan
You really need to conect it through DVI->HDMI,...

You really need to conect it through DVI->HDMI, in order to get an EDID dump and sort things out.
If that is not possible, you can try this custom driver (attached). Added 1680x1050 (16:10)...
Forum: Tutorials 10 Oct 2009
Replies: 316
Views: 939,124
Posted By bobdynlan
For future reference on non-standard resolutions:...

For future reference on non-standard resolutions:
* Input the refresh rate: 60 (this example).
* Input the horizontal resolution: 1366 (this example).
* Choose the aspect ratio: 16 / 9. (this...
Forum: Tutorials 09 Oct 2009
Replies: 316
Views: 939,124
Posted By bobdynlan
True, in Standard Timings you cannot deviate from...

True, in Standard Timings you cannot deviate from the... standard, but in Detailed Timings you can create a mod for the 1366x768 res that will help with your custom resolution sticking after reboot...
Forum: Tutorials 06 Oct 2009
Replies: 316
Views: 939,124
Posted By bobdynlan
DDC/CI Not supported does not matter. Like I...

DDC/CI Not supported does not matter.
Like I said, you can't go higher than 123 on Standard Timings, but I did create a Detailed Timing for 800x600@125Hz.
Native/preferred timing.. 1280x960p at...
Forum: Tutorials 04 Oct 2009
Replies: 316
Views: 939,124
Posted By bobdynlan
Your posted edid is for an Acer V233H LCD...

Your posted edid is for an Acer V233H LCD monitor, and a strange looking one I might say. Looks like you have edited that one to fit your CRT, am I right? If not, please turn off your LCD before...
Forum: Tutorials 29 Sep 2009
Replies: 316
Views: 939,124
Posted By bobdynlan
PED Helper for LCD does it's job then. I really...

PED Helper for LCD does it's job then. I really hope you use that version :) cause it directs you to set CVT - reduced blanking.

Windows uses the detailed timings from the EDID as defined. No...
Forum: Tutorials 25 Sep 2009
Replies: 316
Views: 939,124
Posted By bobdynlan
Sorry, you can't do that. Your TV has only 60Hz...

Sorry, you can't do that. Your TV has only 60Hz on that resolution(and it's not the recommended one for PC usage but generally it works fine). The highest you can go with the vertical frequency is...
Forum: Tutorials 24 Sep 2009
Replies: 316
Views: 939,124
Posted By bobdynlan
First you should describe your problem. Hz...

First you should describe your problem. Hz related? Resolution related?
One problem I see is that your TV does not have an VGA port, only HDMI. The following resolutions are available when using...
Forum: Tutorials 23 Sep 2009
Replies: 316
Views: 939,124
Posted By bobdynlan
I've used Office XP, OpenOffice...

I've used Office XP, OpenOffice (http://download.openoffice.org/), Kingsoft Office 2009 (http://www.kingsoftresearch.com/download.aspx) and it works fine. I took another look now and opened it in...
Forum: Tutorials 07 Sep 2009
Replies: 316
Views: 939,124
Posted By bobdynlan
The hardware pin breaking mode :D

For some users, mostly owners of a CRT or other monitors with VGA interface, this guide alone was not enough, Windows 7 was enforcing the default EDID no matter what.
No longer recommended,...
Forum: Tutorials 07 Sep 2009
Replies: 316
Views: 939,124
Posted By bobdynlan
A more detailed guide by me

I've told baarod some time ago that I've summed up a more detailed procedure, sent him the drafts, but I guess he is again very busy. This is mostly geared towards CRT's or other displays with analog...
Forum: Tutorials 04 Aug 2009
Replies: 316
Views: 939,124
Posted By bobdynlan
Sorry, I meant "Refresh rate (Hz):" in the Create...

Sorry, I meant "Refresh rate (Hz):" in the Create Custom Resolution dialog (in previous versions it wass called GDI refresh rate). And the GTF timing standard is found in the same dialog, click on...
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