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 Post subject: Problem- 3d Vision Surround, Picture Swapping Eyes In Games
PostPosted: 29 Sep 2012, 13:54 

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Hello. I have been having this problem for @ a month now. What is happening is the left & right images are getting switched to the opposite eye just for a second and then switches back to normal. Happens in all 3d games. As you can tell if I have the 3d strength up this can be extremely annoying and can make your eyes cross! Horrible!

At first I thought it was the new Nvidia drivers fault. So I reverted to 301.42 drivers and Im having the same problem as before and its hapenning more often now in every game. Sometimes it happens more often that others. Back when i first got the GTX 670s I ran 301.42 and i never had this problem.

Since this never happened before with 301.42 driver i think it might be something else besides a driver problem. Monitors? All 3 monitors switch eyes at same time. Only the middle monitor sends out 3d signal to the glasses. Any ideas? Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Here in my specs:
3930k Watercooled
Asrock Extreme 11 Motherboard
Ripjaws 16gb 2133mhz
2tb HDD, SSDs in RAID 0
GTX 670 4-way SLI
EVGA 1200w PSU
x3 Asus VG278H 27in monitors


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 Post subject: Re: Problem- 3d Vision Surround, Picture Swapping Eyes In Ga
PostPosted: 30 Sep 2012, 22:47 

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This may sound very DUMB on my part...
Did you try to swap monitors? Why not make left/right one the middle.
Also try a clean reinstall of drivers.(Its in options when installing). I think this is the solution you need. Because I know that as of a few drivers ago. Updating driver saves your surround settings. So no matter how many times you install a new driver it will keep those settings.


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 Post subject: Re: Problem- 3d Vision Surround, Picture Swapping Eyes In Ga
PostPosted: 01 Oct 2012, 02:22 

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I have already swap monitors and I have done a clean installs on every WHQL driver available for the GTX 670. No fixes.

Thanks for reply Eqzitara. Trust me there are no dumb responses. I will try anything to fix my problem.


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 Post subject: Re: Problem- 3d Vision Surround, Picture Swapping Eyes In Ga
PostPosted: 01 Oct 2012, 05:12 

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Id recommend WSGF.COM

If anyone runs into same issue it would be there.


It does sound like interference of some sort though. Whats near the screen?


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 Post subject: Re: Problem- 3d Vision Surround, Picture Swapping Eyes In Ga
PostPosted: 02 Oct 2012, 07:54 

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I actually tried with disabling SLI and using just one monitor 1920x1080 and i still have the problem of intermittent swapping eyes. It cant be the Nvidia drivers because no one else has this problem.

Ok let me think. Its almost as if the 3d vision 2 active shutter glasses are becoming out of sync and opening the wrong side momentarily and displaying the wrong image to the open eye. Maybe the glasses are malfunctioning? I know its a long shot. I only have one pair of 3d glasses though......


Anyone else have any other ideas. Bloody stop by please. :)


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 Post subject: Re: Problem- 3d Vision Surround, Picture Swapping Eyes In Ga
PostPosted: 03 Oct 2012, 17:50 

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If you dont have something IR related interferring.
It sounds like the glasses are bad. Its not the monitors/drivers. Its only thing left. Maybe wait for bloody but thats what it sounds like to me.


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 Post subject: Re: Problem- 3d Vision Surround, Picture Swapping Eyes In Ga
PostPosted: 19 Oct 2013, 21:34 

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kind of depressing no fix was presented here...
even more depressing for me since I have the same left right intermittent swapping on 2 sets of NVidia wireless glasses!
( perhaps coincidentally both broke at the same time? )
Without the glasses on I am not seeing any image issue on the monitors ( stereo is constant ).
I am guessing IR signal is the intermittent pain in the ass.??
But when being sent or received I dunno??
( furthermo if sent from my acer's internal nv ir signal I dunno if the sent fragging comes via driver or hardware ??? )



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