Topic: Monitors x64

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Re: Monitors x64

I did a very basic update to this pack and added a single Dell monitor... should I upload the pack online somewhere?

Re: Monitors x64

Sure.  I don't think anyone else is going to. wink

Re: Monitors x64

compstuff wrote:

I did a very basic update to this pack and added a single Dell monitor... should I upload the pack online somewhere?

Which model did you want added?  I will ensure that it is updated in all 3 DP_Display packs, providing it is WHQL'ed.

The majority of my work has been with the DP_Displays_wnt5_x86-32 pack, yet it's too early for even sharing an alpha, so here's the current nt6 distillation of that work.
Here's an alpha of DP_Displays_wnt6-x64_110908, a WHQL-only pack --> http://www.mediafire.com/file/9ph4ygcwt … 0908.01.7z big_smile

DP_Displays_wnt6-x86 Contents:
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\x86\3\Di\
A  - AOC (TPV)        - Admiral Overseas Corporation, a brand of Top Victory (TPV) Technology Ltd, as is Envision Peripherals (EPi)
B  - BenQ             - spun-off from Acer(2001), includes AUO LCD panel division, BenQ is now a division of Qisda Corp.
Be - Belinea          - formerly a brand of Maxdata, bought by Brunen IT (2008), now owned by Bluechip Computer AG
D  - Dell
Ii - Iiyama
L  - Lenovo ThinkPad
LG - LG Electronics   - Lucky/GoldStar until 1995 @ Zenith acquisition; not to be confused with LG.Phillips LCD nor LG.Phillips Displays(now LG Displays)
Me - Medion           - aka Cicero aka Tevion aka Cybercom aka Cybermaxx aka Life aka Lifetec aka Micromaxx aka Traveler; acquired by Lenovo (pending 2011)
N  - NEC Display      - formerly NEC/Mitsubishi (pre-March2005); aka NDS; co-announced NEC Lenovo Japan Group, a joint venture (2011)
                            includes Display Port support
P  - Philips          - Philips Electronics Co; now Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V.; not to be confused with LG.Phillips LCD nor LG.Phillips Displays
So - Sony             - current slogan:  "Just Imagine"

z  - 'support'        - OEM support driver download, info, & ICC shortcuts - to be zipped for RC from DP_Displays_wnt5_x86-32
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DP_Displays_wnt6-x86 Changelog
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v110908.01 alpha - by TechDud
- created for Vista & 7 WHQL'ed drivers only - this pack supercedes DP_Monitors 10_02.x86.7z & DP_Monitors 10_01_wnt6-x86_1001.7z
- updated folder structure - see contents.txt (all updated files are directly OEM-sourced unless otherwise noted)
- added files from DP_Monitors 10_01_wnt6-x86_1001.7z & DP_Monitors 10_02.x86.7z
- added Iiyama, lenovo ThinkPad, NEC & Medion drivers
- removed Iiyama PLB2008HDS, as it is a duplicate of PLE2008HDS
- removed Dell DELL_G2210 as it was not WHQL'ed (missing .cat file)
- added AOC, Belinea, LG & Sony drivers
- added Acer drivers from DP_Displays_wnt6_x64
- added NEC drivers including drivers from Windows Update Catalog

  0 utils., so far - to be reduced later to links, License Agreement dependant from DP_Displays_wnt5_x86-32
    (1370 files, 26 folders, 15.5MB total, ~1.00MB compressed)

Known Issues:  0
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v1002
- added AOC, BenQ, & Dell Drivers
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v1001  -  29 Jan 2010 by muiz
- Reorganized folder structure for upcoming DPBase support.
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Credits:

compstuff, mindwarper, (mr_smartepants), muiz, (OverFlow), SamLab.ws, TechDud, Us2002, Wo Wo your hands
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DP_Displays_wnt6-x86 Notes
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- installing more than 25 color profiles in Windows can cause problems

- If Windows can autodetect your display over VGA with the AC cord removed from the display, then all 15 lines should have conductivity within the cable

- If you are connecting your Display over a VGA cable and Windows cannot autodetect your display, the cable may not have conductivity through pins 12 & 15

- If you are using an older KVM, the I2C communication may not properly pass through pins 12 & 15 & you may experience similar symptoms as the previous.

- If you have ruled out the previous cases and Windows still cannot autodetect your display, your display might have a bad EDID chip, or the video card
   and display may use incompatible voltages; this could prove disasterous for the EDID EEPROM within the display.

- If your Display is sRGB compatible, you need no profile associated (maybe use Windows' built-in sRGB profile; although i'm unsure of color temperature)

- If you are removing a display and you have removed the ghost driver from device manager, the registry entries may still remain.  Navigate to
   "HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Enum\DISPLAY" to manually remove the relevant keys.

- If you intend to use EDID overrides for HDMI_v1.3 passthru of 3D video (HDMI_v1.4), WHQL status is void if the .Inf is modified; use .Reg files instead.

- A copy of your display's EDID will exist (as long as Windows can autodetect) within the individual "Device Parameters".

- If the key "Control" exists alongside the "Device Parameters", your display (& cable) likely support DDC/CI
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Edit:  updated to DP_Displays_wnt6-x64_110908.01

Last edited by TechDud (2011-09-08 20:37:21)

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Re: Monitors x64

Please update ThinkPad Monitor Drivers.

http://support.lenovo.com/en_US/downloa … MIGR-62923

Thanks.

Re: Monitors x64

Ra wrote:

Please update ThinkPad Monitor Drivers.

http://support.lenovo.com/en_US/downloa … MIGR-62923

Thanks.

It's in the NT6 alpha.

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Re: Monitors x64

Please add these

Also where do I get the alpha from ?

ThinkVision L150

http://support.lenovo.com/en_US/detail. … MIGR-52321

Dell E152FPb

http://support.dell.com/support/downloa … leid=88092

Re: Monitors x64

mediafire-link above

Re: Monitors x64

Holy Crap!  Somebody actually uses this?  It must be for a non-sRGB display.  Is there any interest here?
I devoted a month to this & it's NT5 counterpart only to find myself only much less than half-way towards anything comprehensive.

If your monitor/display directly supports sRGB, you don't need drivers, unless your monitor/display is not auto-detected by windows.  Registry-based EDID overrides may allow some non-3D displays to output simple 3D video and allow HDMI1.4-thru-HDMA1.3 passthru support on HDMI 1.4 non-compliant Audio/Video Surround Receivers, etc.
http://forum.driverpacks.net/viewtopic. … 374#p46374

If it's the EDID chip that's at issue; have it reprogrammed.  Enter Service Mode within the Display & write the right chip content & capacity.  End of issue.

Last edited by TechDud (2012-12-02 18:04:58)

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Re: Monitors x64

Please update ThinkPad Monitor Drivers.

http://support.lenovo.com/en_US/downloa … D=DS015012

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ThinkPad Helix Monitor INF File

http://support.lenovo.com/en_US/downloa … D=DS033948

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ThinkPad Monitor INF File for Windows 8 (64-bit), Windows 8.1 (32-bit, 64-bit) 5.03

http://support.lenovo.com/en_US/downloa … D=DS037801