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Win 8.1 not recognizing my TV in 3D?

Discussion in '3D Stereo and VR Gaming Section' started by Akram, Jun 28, 2014.

  1. Akram

    Akram Member

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    Hello,

    My Windows 8.1 is not recognizing my TV as passive 3D, hence i cannot play games that support native 3d in 3d.

    My Setup:
    i5 4570
    Asus R9280X-DC2T-3GD5-V2, Graphics Card (2x DVI and 4x Display port Only) - No HDMI out
    8 GB RAM
    Windows 8.1 64 bit
    Driver version 14.4
    LG 42" 3d smart TV (Passive) - Model: LG42LA6210
    Desktop running 1920x1080 @ 70Hz as per AMD CCC
    Connected through DVI-I to HDMI female adaptor them HDMI male to male cable connected to TV. (there is no audio though)

    I have seen "enable stereoscopic 3d" settings in other PCs which can be found in Windows Screen Resolution settings, but i cannot find the below image in mine.

    h ttp://i.imgur.com/4c9lqVf.jpg

    Usually, when i start a 3d support games like Sniper Elite 3, i go to settings, enable AMD HD3D and TV should shift to 3D mode automatically, but mine does not. It does nothing. So i am thinking my Graphics card or cable is not giving proper 3d signal. I have tested with Grid Autosprt which support Native 3d, still it does nothing.

    I can play few games using Tridef, but not Sniper Elite 3 and Grid Autosport.

    How can i resolve this issue.? How can i play in native 3d before using any 3rd party apps?
     
  2. Akram

    Akram Member

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    I used a cheap display port to HDMI adaptor and it worked.

    Now my desktop settings show 3D capability and i can play in 3D via 1080p@24Hz or 720p@60Hz.

    Surprisingly Audio is also passing through display port
     
  3. JasmineJas

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    How were you connecting the Laptop to the TV? (HDMI, VGA, LAN, etc)
     
  4. jbmcmillan

    jbmcmillan Ancient Guru

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    This thread is from 2 years ago thread necro trying to boost post count or what?
     

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