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Exclamation 3D vision 2 enable 310,61,......ok Samsung 3D S27A950D S23A950D S23A750D S23A700D - 10-24-2012, 21:57 | posts: 6

Samsung S27A950D S23A950D S23A750D S23A700D 3D Vision 2 active you need to do in order to: EDID override INF drivers, Asus VG278H or Acer HN274H B 3D EDID override to install the INF drivers.
Was performed using the Samsung 3D glasses.

Acer HN274H B 3D Monitor (active 120Hz, 3D Vision-ready, supports 3D Lightboost) inf file
http://3dvision-blog.com/forum/download/file.php?id=155

Asus VG278H Active 3D monitor inf file
http://3dvision-blog.com/forum/download/file.php?id=113



310,61 nvidia 3d vision 2 has been tested and works S27A950D.
The only problem with the Samsung S27A950D 3D Vision (EDID override) SHUTDOWN PROBLEM
http://3dvision-blog.com/forum/viewt...hp?f=14&t=2496

install win7-win8,x86-x64
http://img818.imageshack.us/img818/4256/dvfkq.jpg


http://uploaded.net/file/b2prg0yi 7zip
http://uploaded.net/file/y5vx3ja8 rar
http://netload.in/dateirSxQbHUdUu.htm

acer HN274H dvi-d ***305;nstall

win7 - win8 , x86-x64 3d vision 2 activited , nvidia 310,61 , 310,64 ........................... ok

Works with all nvidia Drivers.


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Default 10-24-2012, 21:58 | posts: 6

Samsung SSG-M3750CR waiting for eyeglass wearers comments.

http://www.nix.ru/autocatalog/lcd_sa...raft_large.jpg

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Default 11-10-2012, 02:27 | posts: 7

that's great! I've just ordered my S27A950D and I'm really happy to know I can make it work with Nvidia 3D Vision 2 too! But is it side by side half resolution? Or 1080p? And does Lightboost work on the Samsung?
   
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Default 12-04-2012, 21:08 | posts: 6

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that's great! I've just ordered my S27A950D and I'm really happy to know I can make it work with Nvidia 3D Vision 2 too! But is it side by side half resolution? Or 1080p? And does Lightboost work on the Samsung?
Full HD 3d frame sequential.
   
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Win8 3D Vision 2 active. Ok.
   
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Default 03-12-2013, 23:33 | posts: 1

Hi guys,

i'm new in your community and hope to find a solution for my problem.

The following explains my problem shortly:

When i install the inf driver like "Acer-HN274H-B-3D-Monitor-EDID-Override.inf" and start a game with nvidia vision activated the performance of my computer decrease enormously.

Even in the nvidia 3d vision setup assistant and the 3d test program the performance drops extremly.

I tried to reinstall system, but no succes. Still lagging extremely :-(

When i observe the performace monitor of windows 7 i recognize that only one cpu core is running at 100%. all remaining cores are nearly at 0% utilization. I can't explain why this is happening.

I dont have any idea to fix this problem.

I can't imagine that my system could be to slow.

My system:
Intel i7 875k
8GB DDR3
GTX 680 OC

Does anybody know a solution?

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Default 03-16-2013, 12:19 | posts: 276 | Location: France

Don't worry, it often happened to me. Even now, i dont know how i managed to stop this problem, try again but do it with different ways and it may works that's all ive done and it worked several times. Do not lost hope because it worth it

And you can also try an other screen INI
   
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Default 08-01-2013, 05:27 | posts: 12 | Location: El Paso, TX

Okay, I'm quite tech-savvy but I'm very new to anything that's 3D-related, so I would really appreciate some help here.
I have a Samsung S27A950D monitor for a few months now, and it's definitely awesome when in 120Hz. However, I would like to experience full 3D with it, but I hadn't done my homework and didn't realize that this monitor wasn't supported by the 3D Vision drivers (nowhere to connect the VESA cable either), so I'm now left with a 3D Vision 2 Kit that I just received, and which will apparently be useless here. I cannot complete the setup wizard of course, since the driver doesn't detect the monitor as being 3D-ready.
I tried the workaround mentioned in the OP, but I keep getting an "Access Denied" error regardless of the EDID override that I choose, followed by "Monitor Driver is not properly installed". I know the Nvidia-S27A950D apparently seems to be a tricky combination no matter what, but this is driving me nuts. I'm trying to see what is the most efficient and painless way to still enable 3D Vision, and whether or not the new glasses and/or IR emitter I just received will need to be used, or if it will just be with the standard glasses that came with the monitor.
Would someone be kind enough to explain step by step what I need to do/install for this, and to confirm if my 3D Vision 2 Kit will even need to be used here?
   
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Default 08-10-2013, 07:03 | posts: 295

Does anyone know if this still works even with the new drivers?
   
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Default 08-10-2013, 18:33 | posts: 12 | Location: El Paso, TX

That's certainly what I would like to know too...It doesn't look like it does, but I could be wrong.
   
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Default 08-21-2013, 22:37 | posts: 276 | Location: France

it's still working, no probs
   
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Default 09-08-2013, 22:17 | posts: 12 | Location: El Paso, TX

I'm sorry to insist, but I'm still not able to use this method to make my monitor 3D Vision compatible: each time I try to force one of the INF files found above after uninstalling the generic monitor driver, I'm either being told that the monitor already has the best possible driver installed (the generic one, even after rebooting), or it tells me that there was an error using the INF file because the driver is not digitally signed (WHQL I suppose).
Could someone who managed to make this work for the S27A950D explain step by step what to do?
   
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Default 09-09-2013, 11:57 | posts: 276 | Location: France

Im using another one:
EDID: Dell Alienware2310 (DEL405C EDID Override)
The nvidia panel shows after install: Alienware OptX AW2310

You just go the components panel, display, update drivers, search driver from my computer, choose a driver listed on my computer (and not search drivers to this place), Disc available, and now only you search in your folders your .inf screen.

De nada!
   
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with this method at times when u quit 3D games screen goes off, if there were a method where that wouldn't happen
   
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with this method at times when u quit 3D games screen goes off, if there were a method where that wouldn't happen
Well this has never happened to me with this edid (alienware) but you can try to use another EDID profile.
I tried 3 of them and i had some issues. It depend on your screen and the edid you use.

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can u upload this EDID and send to me the link pls? i try it.
   
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can u upload this EDID and send to me the link pls? i try it.
http://3dvision-blog.com/forum/viewt...99b30&start=10
   
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Default 09-10-2013, 05:03 | posts: 12 | Location: El Paso, TX

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Im using another one:
EDID: Dell Alienware2310 (DEL405C EDID Override)
The nvidia panel shows after install: Alienware OptX AW2310

You just go the components panel, display, update drivers, search driver from my computer, choose a driver listed on my computer (and not search drivers to this place), Disc available, and now only you search in your folders your .inf screen.

De nada!
Hmm, this is exactly what I've been doing (via your method, and via the Device Manager as well), but it still won't allow me to install it. I used the INF file you linked, but I'm still getting this message:

http://i.imgur.com/yffnvD9.jpg

I'm using Windows 8 Pro, not sure if that could explain the difference.
Thanks for the help though!
   
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u need to disable driver signature. go to PC Settings, advanced startup and restart computer then press 7 when windows ask u to choose. then install this driver.
   
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u need to disable driver signature. go to PC Settings, advanced startup and restart computer then press 7 when windows ask u to choose. then install this driver.
he is right. and im on win8 pro as well
   
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Default 09-11-2013, 04:08 | posts: 12 | Location: El Paso, TX

You guys rock, it eventually worked! I managed to install this driver with the method above, and while the 3D Vision setup still couldn't be completed using the default Samsung glasses, I gave it a shot with my 3D Vision Kit and I finally managed to complete this damn setup. I did have to cheat a little because it was reversing the eyes (what I should have seen with my left eye, it actually was with my right eye), but I'm sure there must be a workaround for that.
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You guys rock, it eventually worked! I managed to install this driver with the method above, and while the 3D Vision setup still couldn't be completed using the default Samsung glasses, I gave it a shot with my 3D Vision Kit and I finally managed to complete this damn setup. I did have to cheat a little because it was reversing the eyes (what I should have seen with my left eye, it actually was with my right eye), but I'm sure there must be a workaround for that.
Thank you so much!
you can revert r/l to l/r in your screen settings (well, i can).

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Default 09-12-2013, 04:42 | posts: 12 | Location: El Paso, TX

I guess I'm still struggling with the settings here...While I completed the setup, I still see double of everything when using the 3D Vision Photo Viewer, or in games like Skyrim. If using my Nvidia 3D glasses, is there a particular mode that I should choose in the monitor's 3D options? Pressing the button on the IR emitter seems to launch 3D mode even when it's off in the monitor settings, but that only gives me a ghost image of everything (even when playing with the wheel behind the IR emitter). But if I choose "2D->3D" or "Frame Sequential" in the monitor menu, that reverts back to a non-3D picture, only darker. Any other settings I should mess around with?
   
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Default 09-12-2013, 06:07 | posts: 295

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I guess I'm still struggling with the settings here...While I completed the setup, I still see double of everything when using the 3D Vision Photo Viewer, or in games like Skyrim. If using my Nvidia 3D glasses, is there a particular mode that I should choose in the monitor's 3D options? Pressing the button on the IR emitter seems to launch 3D mode even when it's off in the monitor settings, but that only gives me a ghost image of everything (even when playing with the wheel behind the IR emitter). But if I choose "2D->3D" or "Frame Sequential" in the monitor menu, that reverts back to a non-3D picture, only darker. Any other settings I should mess around with?
I talked to another person and they told me the best result if you have a nvidia 3d vision dongle is to use the samsung glasses and use this Samsung 2233rz 120hz Active monitor EDID

http://3dvision-blog.com/forum/viewt...8d52d&start=10

Also because you have the 3D emitter from Nvidia, you could always use Tri-Def 3D and you can use frame sequential! That means you have access to both TriDef3D and Nvidia 3D vision

http://www.tridef.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=1114

I haven't had time to do this, but I am planning on buying a 3D vision kit so I can get the dongle. Try these solutions and tell me how they work for you.

PS: The OP's method in making 3D vision work with this display does not require the 3D emitter donagle or the use of 3D vision glasses; However, there are side effects in using 3D vision without the Nvidia donagle, such as lag, and screen shuts off when switching between 3D mode. Several people told me if you have the Nvidia emitter donagle, you should use the above EDID and samsung glasses.

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Default 09-12-2013, 12:01 | posts: 276 | Location: France

Don't you have your samsung glasses?
I also have nvidia glasses but the effects you got, i got them only if im using nvidia's.

I use frame sequential, i put my samsung glasses and then L/R change following if the picture is odd.
Thus, if you want to use the nvidia glasses, i can't help you since only samsung glasses is working perfectly.
   
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