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 Post subject: Solution for using a non 3D vision certified monitor
PostPosted: 31 Aug 2013, 12:48 

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So I think the definitive solution for all of us who have non 3D Visions compliant monitors, to use 3D vision, the solution would be:

First install the ASUS VG236 EDID from this thread:

viewtopic.php?f=14&t=2025&p=9087&hilit=ASUS+VG236HE+inf#p9087

You may need to restart your computer. Then install these monitor-specific drivers, which I uploaded for your pleasure here:

http://www.4shared.com/rar/oVekkypj/NVI ... vista.html

After that, update to the latest drivers off the nvidia website, and voilĂ !

I think, yeh?

If so, please post it as a sticky somewhere?


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 Post subject: Re: Solution for using a non 3D vision certified monitor
PostPosted: 06 Sep 2013, 05:30 

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Yep, seems to work perfectly, my 3D Vision got screwed up, redid these steps, and now I'm enjoying full 3D Vision on my Samsung S23A700D using the 326.80 drivers on my SLI GTX 580s. Oh, yeah. :mrgreen:


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 Post subject: Re: Solution for using a non 3D vision certified monitor
PostPosted: 08 Sep 2013, 20:07 

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When trying to install the installer provided on 4shared I get an error that it can't find compatible hardware. I'm running Windows 8.0 with a GeForce 650 TI.

Any ideas?

Thanks!


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 Post subject: Re: Solution for using a non 3D vision certified monitor
PostPosted: 27 Oct 2013, 21:22 

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The drivers he points to are windows 7 only.

OP (or anyone in the know): Are they special or is there a Windows 8 (8.1) equal to them?

Maybe the better question to ask is *why* does this work? What is special about the rar file that makes this workable?


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 Post subject: Re: Solution for using a non 3D vision certified monitor
PostPosted: 29 Oct 2013, 07:50 

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can you put the drivers on other then 4share.com?


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 Post subject: Re: Solution for using a non 3D vision certified monitor
PostPosted: 20 Apr 2014, 01:57 

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It is also on the ASUS site here: http://support.asus.com/Download.aspx?S ... t=12&os=29


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 Post subject: Re: Solution for using a non 3D vision certified monitor
PostPosted: 20 Apr 2014, 07:23 

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Actually, only need to install the 3D Vision driver from that, and then you may have to reinstall your newest GPU driver. Or not.

I'm not sure, because I did this install already, and I can't remember. But it only needs the 3D Vision part of that driver, which is great, because at this point you really don't want to install the (ancient) 260 series drivers. :D


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 Post subject: Re: Solution for using a non 3D vision certified monitor
PostPosted: 28 Apr 2014, 20:55 
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Horrux wrote:
Actually, only need to install the 3D Vision driver from that, and then you may have to reinstall your newest GPU driver. Or not.

I'm not sure, because I did this install already, and I can't remember. But it only needs the 3D Vision part of that driver, which is great, because at this point you really don't want to install the (ancient) 260 series drivers. :D

How to install just the older nvidia vision and not the whole grapics driver bundle? I went into an older nvidia installation pack but could not uncheck the default drivers for the pack and just install the 3d vision driver. The main graphics driver check box is checked but greyed out, so I can't uncheck it..


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 Post subject: Re: Solution for using a non 3D vision certified monitor
PostPosted: 30 May 2014, 20:06 

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Here is what you need to do.

First, unzip the archive which you downloaded from the site.

It will unpack an exe file. Run that, which will extract all the driver files. Choose the destination well, because you will have to open it in windows explorer. Then it asks you to agree and continue, or not. You want to abort.

Then open windows explorer, and browse to the extraction folder. There will be a subfolder called "NV3DVision". Browse that, and run "3DVision_???.??.exe" where the ? stand for numbers. VoilĂ . :D


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