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Ross said:which data are you using and for what monitor? use edit .com for opening data files to be sure that it is not saving them slightly differently. I am sure i have seen you and traxx on the hard forums=http://www.hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=952788&page=85&pp=20
LAGRUNAUER said:I've seen this before... Go ahead and use the "EDIT" editor (START - RUN - EDIT), and open the original file on "OPEN BINARY" (must click on this box). Change the parameters, and then save the file with a short name like G400a.Then try loading it again, and let's hope it works this time.Take care...Luis A. Grunauer, Jr.
Traxx said:Thanks! I stuck a shiny butterknife in there and read off the layout from the board itself. :DFW900 Owners - Here is the correct pin layout!GND+5RXTX
dickhu said:I have two dell p1110s, one is fine after the adjustment, but the other one black looked brown, not pure black/grey. I guess the thing I need to adjust is white balance? anybody knows how to adjust white balance with windas? Or can I just set the brown monitor with the data file I get from the good one? Wondering if each monitor got its own unique data and if the data file is exchangeable.
dickhu said:hi,This thread is really helpful. After reading I bought parts from ebay and set up my own cable with breadboard. It worked great.I have two dell p1110s, one is fine after the adjustment, but the other one black looked brown, not pure black/grey. I guess the thing I need to adjust is white balance? anybody knows how to adjust white balance with windas? Or can I just set the brown monitor with the data file I get from the good one? Wondering if each monitor got its own unique data and if the data file is exchangeable.Thanks,
IHOD2006 said:Hello all. New to the forum. I have a Dell branded P1110 21" monitor. Although i do not have the brightness problem (as far as i can tell), i do have a fuzzyness problem. The convergence is set perfect in the dead center of the screen but if i move to the sides, up or down, it becomes distorted. I have controls for top, bottom and center vertical, and controls for horizontal center. What would cause the colors to seperate from eachother towards the right and left (center) edges. I also have a P991 that does the same thing BUT there is no noticable fuzzyness. If im looking at black text on a white background, for example an L, there seems to be the black letter, with some grey shadow, not apparent on the entire letter just the right side. Is this caused by the brightness problem?Thanks,_Dan
IHOD2006 said:Thank you Ross for your reply. I hate to sound so stupid but what is the flyback and what does it do? I bought a new cable for the monitor today, triple shielded from my place of work (Microcenter) and installed it. I reset the monitor under every setting. When i reset, the screen gets smaller and black spaces appear on the sides, i can adjust the size of the picture to spread out and take up the whole area of course but when i do, the image gets significantly brighter and a bit fuzzy especially on the top vertical inch. The bottom also suffers but not as bad as far as i can tell. The image is perfect besides these two spots. It is generaly towards the center of the top and bottom, for example, the top or bottom vertical inch, about 2 1/2" in on both sides is fine but anything past the 2 1/2" is blurry/fuzzy. If this sounds confusing ( does to me ) i will take a snapshot to better elaborate on the positions. Thank you_Dan
IHOD2006 said:Ahh oh i see. I ran the test, and wherever the white is, is where the screen expands. So this means what, i have to adjust this thing or find a new one?Thanks_Dan
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