Updating bios for gigabyte p31

29-Jan-2020 01:21

Phoenix EDID Designer is able to save the EDID as a DAT file, in its own format.

Its structure is very simple and is transformable to other formats if simply edited in Notepad.

Trying back Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 solves the problem?

Is your monitor listed as in Windows Device Manager in XP, Vista, 2003, and 2008?

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– Oh wait, here in this Nvidia forum it says a weak power supply was the cause of the trouble, some geeks say if you just replace your PSU with something big-watt it’ll fix at no effort. Mine broke down while I was on an expensive 700W RMS SLI-certified power supply.

But first make sure they’re sending you the right EDID (DVI / HDMI / Display Port data).

That’s important because you don’t want an analog D-SUB EDID being replaced with your (even corrupted) digital DVI / HDMI / DP EDID!

– Goddamn it, I’m quite sure it has something to do with Microsoft, and Nvidia as an accessory.

(Chris Malachowsky is huffily shouting “What if it’s an ATi, or maybe it has nothing to do with us GPU-ers, maybe it’s these overclockers’ fault, XFX, Club, Sparkle…

– Oh wait, here in this Nvidia forum it says a weak power supply was the cause of the trouble, some geeks say if you just replace your PSU with something big-watt it’ll fix at no effort. Mine broke down while I was on an expensive 700W RMS SLI-certified power supply.But first make sure they’re sending you the right EDID (DVI / HDMI / Display Port data).That’s important because you don’t want an analog D-SUB EDID being replaced with your (even corrupted) digital DVI / HDMI / DP EDID!– Goddamn it, I’m quite sure it has something to do with Microsoft, and Nvidia as an accessory.(Chris Malachowsky is huffily shouting “What if it’s an ATi, or maybe it has nothing to do with us GPU-ers, maybe it’s these overclockers’ fault, XFX, Club, Sparkle…Have you tried your graphics card’s other DVI port after screen turned blank, and you suddenly felt like you’ve succeeded for a while, but it was stuck at some 1024×768-or-so 4:3 low-resolution on a / 16:9 widescreen, ended up in the 1990s?