If it's supported there will be a menu item in the monitor settings (when you push the monitor joystick or whatever) called COLOR and Image Restoration appears in the Easy and sRGB tabs.
Well then i suppose that it dont support it..dang..
Nevermind, got the red color turned down, but i still have one problem, when a load the file to the monitor and adjust the colors everything is fine, but when the monitor goes to sleep and wakes up, the colors are all screwed, and i need to reload to file to the monitor and readjust the colors.
Does anyone knows why the monitor wont save the settings ?
There should be a 'Final Setting' option in winDAS.
Hey guys great thread......Did the resister fix on my P1110 used a 5.1M ohm .5W worked great. Now I have ghosting, whats the fix for that? Or is it my Cable? TYIA
Tried the final setting in windas, but no luck, the problem is the same..
I just aquired a plastic screwdriver.
Was planning on improving my blurry image.
Could someone point me into the right direction as to where I can find the
right "knob" to turn on the flyback?
( Or even help me find the flyback )
I have a Dell P1110 monitor by the way
I have a Dell P1110. I have the RS232/TTL cable all setup and connected to my monitor. I have installed WinDAS on my laptop. After selecting the right serial port (COM1) and SG Name to Manual, I try to File->Save Data to File. The program crashes with the info below. I tried installing WinDAS from scratch on my PC with the same results. I also installed the zip file in this thread that contains all the WinDAS files needed and I got the same crash again.
Windows XP? It's a conflict with another ap you have running in the background, or a device driver, or some other TSR/BIOS operation. Serial port enabled in BIOS?
Have you already selected the monitor type as instructed? Have you applied the hardware dongle patch?
Thanks for the quick reply. It is XP. I have selected the monitor type. I tried both the P1110 and the P1110(PCD). I have also applied the patch because I was getting the expected error regarding the security dongle not present the a parallel port. That went away after applying the patch. I will start ending processes that may be conflicting. I can open and close the com port just fine with TeraTerm Console program. And I know there is no conflict because when the program is in the crashed state, I cannot connect to COM1 through TeraTerm. Once I acknowledge the crash and close WinDAS, I can open and close COM1 successfully through TeraTerm.
Could the TD and RD lines be crossed?
oops,correction, td and rd need to be shorted together and not connected to anything. rx and tx are the data lines.
The flyback transformer has nothing to do with focus, it generates the 30kv anode voltage. You will either kill yourself or wreck the monitor. Leave it alone.
Ok, I just ran WinDAS and re-loaded my backup Data file. The monitor, which is a P992, returned to nominal appearance. The OSD unlocked as soon as I clicked OK on the load screen. I then exited WinDAS and verified the OSD was still unlocked. I then powered down the monitor and removed the interface cable. When I powered back up again, the OSD was locked again!! I repeated these steps a couple of times, even loading a backup of my original dat file prior to making changes. Same result.
Of course, my problem may be unrelated to WinDAS. At least WinDAS enables me to temporarily unlock the OSD to make adjustments, if needed. I can live with that.
But if you have any suggestions, I'm all ears.
is there a complete tut on this??? I have the brightness problem... and does the cable connect to the seriel port on the pc? and does the monitor allready have the port for the cable??? that is probally the hardest part ( making / buying ) the cable... thanks for the response..