Let us try to make a useful list of EDID override INF drivers for different 3D monitors, so that owners of different 3D-capable display devices can experiment by making their display recognized by Windows and other software as a different product and thus behaving differently or getting some extra features available. No matter if you have a passive, active 3D or even autostereoscopic 3D solution please follow the simple guide below and share your EDID identifier data if it is not already available below. It is something that you can do in no time and with that you might be able to help many other users...How to save your Monitor EDID:
- Get Monitor Asset Manager – http://www.entechtaiwan.com/util/moninfo.shtm
- Install and Run the Monitor Asset Manager
- Click on the File menu and select "Create INF..."
- Name the file with your display model and upload it here.
In order to make your 3D display be recognized as another one you need to update your current display driver from the Device Manager with any one of the available here, have in mind that you may need to restart Windows in order for the changes to be active. Returning back to the normal display driver can happen if you uninstall the EDID INF driver that you've used to override the original monitor driver.