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can any1 help me with a corrupted EDID file for win7?

by HellMuTVT / May 14, 2011 6:22 AM PDT

I have a viore led22vf60 wich was working fine with my ps3 and my pc now on my nvidia control panel just says digital display instead of targa something witch i think was the edid file for my hdtv its a 22'' screen with two hdmi conectors wich i use for ps3 and hdtv but now ps3 wont seem to work and i have no guarantee anymore cuase it has been 1 year and 2 days (how convenient) but anyway just need the EDID file and a quick tutorial in how to install the EDID file in windows 7 so please help it will be most apreciated (sorry for grammar or spelling) not in US so tried calling viore tech support but its really expensive and techsupport over @ viore via email i dont get any replies

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Clarification Request
by Kees_B Forum moderator / May 14, 2011 6:44 AM PDT

You say you use that monitor with your ps3 and your Windows 7 PC. And you say that now the ps3 doesn't seem [?] to work any more. So what's the relation with installing a file in Windows 7?

I didn't know the term "EDID". So I searched in Wikipedia:
That seems to say that it's a message from the screen to the video card on your PC or in your PS3 telling the capabilities of the monitor. Why do you think it's a file?


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hey thanks for your reply
by HellMuTVT / May 16, 2011 9:42 AM PDT
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well I just want the viore tv to be usefull with win7 i dont care if ps3 doesnt work here i jsut want my computer to work so I just need the EDID file i got alot of ways on how to install it but i just need 1 EDID file for this led22vf60 model I called over at viore but all they could say is "we are sorry you are out of guarantee so we cannot help you even if u have a viore product" so that wasnt useful i just need the EDID file so my win7 pc can work again as it used to and not buy another monitor wich i dont have money for

so the relation between win 7 and the file that i NEED is just that I dont care about ps3 working in this **** tv wich ill never buy something viore related just need my pc to work until i get the money to buy an actual good quiality monitor/tv thanks for you reply kees_B hope this answer your question

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