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Ross said:Hi There i got Windas working fine a few times but moved the program folder to another computer and now when i run it it says there are no mdl files so i cant load up my monitor model settings. I ran the astro sg installer but still no success, i know someone else had this problem eirlier in the thread but i cant find it!Please someone help!Thanks.Ross:p
canam said:Hello, I have a Dell p1110 21" monitor, made in 2000. I am experiencing the same conditions that have been written about in this post too. I have ordered the cable for linking the monitor to my computer and will download windas. My question is: i have taken a small 1" by 1/2" cover plate off the back area of the monitor and exposed a 4 pin male connector. Is this the pin connection that i need to use and if so, can someone tell me what the pins ID's are(tx,rx,+5,gnd) from top to bottom. Thanks in advance;):canflag:
joe3563 said:I believe that if you follow the instructions on this link which has been posted a dozen times already in this thread, everything will work fine. http://www.geocities.com/gregua/windas/
deiphage said:Gosh, how could I have been so foolish... oh, wait, I did follow the instructions... there seems to be another problem. Thanks for the "help" joe.
canam said:I just finished with using windas and reprogramming my dell p1110. This forum was a god send. was about to throw out this great monitor, now i am looking at a new screen with great color and the proper brightness. Thanks to all that have helped with this thread.I have one last question. Is thier anymore setting that i should look at in windas that can be changed that would be beneficial. Another how to guide would be great , if anyone knows of one.I do alot of gaming with this monitor, especially world of warcraft.Thanks so much,Jay:usflag:
Ross said:Hi deiphage, I have sp1 and it works ok on that. Did you try your 98 machine yet? On your sp2 machine you could run the file under 98 settings by right clicking on the Windas.exe file going to the compatability tab and selecting which ever mode you want. Also try to shutdown all other programs as one might conflict.Hope that helps, if not give me more info(computer spec/installed programs) and i will see what i can do.Ross
allenpan said:can someone help me? i have the same isue on my dell 991, i don;t know where the resister is and so i can get it fix, i don;t think i wanna go with the cable route...thxhttp://www.short-media.com/forum/showthread.php?p=380496#post380496
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