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Author Topic: Loss of dvi-d connection  (Read 57949 times)
Ashley Saldanha
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« Reply #45 on: June 11, 2010, 07:33:14 AM »

1. You are correct about (1) - it is a Windows only fix.
2. This would not be correct, or non-PnP monitors - like professional CAD/CAM monitors driven via BNC cabling - would not be compatible.
3. I can't comment on using PowerStrip - there is no documented or supported function in the program to update the EDID - but PowerStrip won't detect a monitor with a bad or missing EDID, unless it is recognized by Windows.
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sbsolarski

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« Reply #46 on: June 11, 2010, 07:48:41 AM »

I see, well I tried to override the EDID on the windows monitor driver and it did not do anything.

I am curious to see how bc (further up in the thread) fixed the problem, it seemed that all he used was SoftMCCS and the provided EDID by Rik Wang, then he goes to post his log again and all of a sudden it works?

Any idea? Can you please shed some light on this matter
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Ashley Saldanha
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« Reply #47 on: June 11, 2010, 12:43:32 PM »

That's a while back and I'm afraid the procedure used was depreciated...
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sbsolarski

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« Reply #48 on: June 11, 2010, 06:27:24 PM »

I have purchased PowerStrip and plan to fix the EDID. I have succesfully managed to extract a digital EDID (benQ FP241W) from windows registry.

will post back soon.
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sbsolarski

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« Reply #49 on: June 11, 2010, 07:45:23 PM »

right, this is getting really frustrating, I'm about to update the EDID and it asks for a PIN?!

Ashley, could you please provide me with this information.

EDIT: I've also sent an email to support.
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Ashley Saldanha
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« Reply #50 on: June 12, 2010, 03:46:01 AM »

If you sent an email to support with your pstrip.ini file, you'll get a response back fast.
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sbsolarski

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« Reply #51 on: June 12, 2010, 09:25:13 AM »

IT WORKED

words cannot described how relieved I am.... Thank you Support!

 Cheesy

I will post my steps here for those that may visit this thread in the future.
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sbsolarski

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« Reply #52 on: June 12, 2010, 09:58:34 PM »

Problem:

BenQ FP241W Monitor DVI-D input fails randomly (unexpected as well) after years of working fine.

The Monitor would recognise when the DVI cable was inserted or absent, if absent it would say 'cable not connected'...etc and when plugged in, it would say 'no signal detected' as it should when the PC tower is off.

When powering up the PC the monitor continues to stay in power saving mode, when turned on and off or switched to DVI whilst the computer is on it would still say signal not detected.

The monitor would remain in standby mode for the whole duration (BIOS and Windows). All the other inputs worked fine, this isolated the problem with just the DVI input.

Solution:

Download the following programs to help diagnose the problem,

1. SoftMCCS
2. Phoenix EDID designer
3. Powerstrip

Additionally you will need another Monitor to help provide you with visuals required to perform the tasks.

Connect the working monitor to the first DVI output slot in your VG card (can be either analog or digital), and connect the faulty monitor to the second DVI out using only a digital signal (DVI cable).

Now we begin, most of the time, this problem is caused by a corrupt EDID (you could say its the firmware used by DVI input in the monitor), this means that when the PC powers on and the VG card sees a bad checksum (EDID) it essentially ignores it. In order to verify whether it is corrupt or not, simply run softMCCS and look under the DCC/CI Communication Log. It should detect your working 'substitute' monitor as shown (mine was an LG):


"19:51:33.53058...*******************************************
19:51:33.53059...Querying 00040002
19:51:33.5305A..... <A0:w> 00
19:51:33.5625B..... <A1:r> 00 FF FF FF FF FF FF 00 1E 6D E8 43 7B A6 04 00 2B 0F 01 03 6E 22 1B 78 EA 2E E5 A4 57 4A 9C 25 11 50 54 A5 6B 80 31 4F 45 4F 61 4F 81 80 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 30 2A 00 98 51 00 2A 40 30 70 13 00 52 0E 11 00 00 1E 00 00 00 FD 00 38 4B 1E 53 0E 00 0A 20 20 20 20 20 20 00 00 00 FC 00 4C 31 37 35 30 53 51 0A 20 20 20 20 20 00 00 00 FC 00 20 0A 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 00 14*[P]
19:51:33.5625C...Found at device 2, port 4 = 0x14306E42
19:51:33.5625D...Found device on 00040002
19:51:33.5625E...Monitor ID = LGE L1750SQ (GSM43E8.0004A67B)
19:51:33.5625F...Checking DDC/CI support
19:51:33.56260..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 10 AC [P]
19:51:33.68661..... <6F:r> 51 82 01 10 AC*[P]
19:51:33.76462..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 10 AC [P]
19:51:33.88963..... <6F:r> 51 82 01 10 AC*[P]
19:51:34.03064..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 10 AC [P]
19:51:34.15465..... <6F:r> 51 82 01 10 AC*[P]
19:51:34.15466...VCP command - no response
19:51:34.15467...Error: no DDC/CI support
19:51:34.17068...*******************************************"

You should also be able to see the faulty monitor try and establish a connection:

"19:51:33.2344F...*******************************************
19:51:33.23450...Querying 00030002
19:51:33.23451..... <A0:w> 00
19:51:33.26552..... <A1:r> 00 C6 FF 45 4B A9 3A 00 09 D1 DB 76 9F 2E 00 00 1D 11 01 03 80 34 21 78 EA 5A D5 A7 56 4B 9B 24 13 50 54 BD EF 80 71 4F 81 90 81 80 81 8C A9 40 B3 00 01 01 01 01 28 3C 80 A0 70 B0 23 40 30 20 36 00 07 44 21 00 00 1E D5 09 80 A0 20 5E 63 10 10 60 52 08 78 2D 11 00 00 1A 00 00 00 FD 00 38 4C 1E 53 11 00 0A 20 20 20 20 20 20 00 00 00 FC 00 42 65 6E 51 20 32 34 31 57 0A 20 20 20 00 C6*[P]
19:51:33.34353..... <A0:w> 00
19:51:33.37454..... <A1:r> 00 C6 FF 45 4B A9 3A 00 09 D1 DB 76 9F 2E 00 00 1D 11 01 03 80 34 21 78 EA 5A D5 A7 56 4B 9B 24 13 50 54 BD EF 80 71 4F 81 90 81 80 81 8C A9 40 B3 00 01 01 01 01 28 3C 80 A0 70 B0 23 40 30 20 36 00 07 44 21 00 00 1E D5 09 80 A0 20 5E 63 10 10 60 52 08 78 2D 11 00 00 1A 00 00 00 FD 00 38 4C 1E 53 11 00 0A 20 20 20 20 20 20 00 00 00 FC 00 42 65 6E 51 20 32 34 31 57 0A 20 20 20 00 C6*[P]
19:51:33.49955..... <A0:w> 00
19:51:33.53056..... <A1:r> 00 C6 FF 45 4B A9 3A 00 09 D1 DB 76 9F 2E 00 00 1D 11 01 03 80 34 21 78 EA 5A D5 A7 56 4B 9B 24 13 50 54 BD EF 80 71 4F 81 90 81 80 81 8C A9 40 B3 00 01 01 01 01 28 3C 80 A0 70 B0 23 40 30 20 36 00 07 44 21 00 00 1E D5 09 80 A0 20 5E 63 10 10 60 52 08 78 2D 11 00 00 1A 00 00 00 FD 00 38 4C 1E 53 11 00 0A 20 20 20 20 20 20 00 00 00 FC 00 42 65 6E 51 20 32 34 31 57 0A 20 20 20 00 C6*[P]
19:51:33.53057...Nothing found on 00030002
19:51:33.53058...*******************************************"

For myself you can see that the string of numbers on the faulty monitor represent the EDID code, notice however that unlike the LG monitor one, there are no 00FFFFFFFFFFFF00 numbers present, this implies a corrupt EDID header.

Pressing ctrl+S and posting the log on this forum will allow tech support to help tell you whether it is a corrupt header or the whole line is corrupt.

If the whole EDID line is corrupt you will need salvage a working EDID for YOUR SPECIFIC monitor. Quoting 'Dino74' on the HardWare Forums you can get an EDID by:

"Getting a good EDID file.
1. Windows stores the EDID files of connected monitors. I was lucky and was able to use this file
to update my monitor. Use Phoenix EDID Desgner 1.3 (http://www.tucows.com/preview/329441) to
retreive the EDID from registry. (Under Tools->Extract Registry EDID)

Once you open it, double check its the Digital EDID under Basic Display Parameters.
The registry might show two EDID from your monitor(Analog and Digital)

Then Export to RAW format.

2. If you can't get it from a digital EDID from the registry. Connect to your monitor via VGA and use step 1 above
to get the analog EDID. Then use Phoenix Designer to switch Video Input Definition from Analog to Digital.
Export RAW format."

I recommend Point 1, since your computer would have defenitely saved the digital EDID before it got corrupt. Additionally you can cross reference the EDID.dat file saved with the text line given by softMCCS. Finally if you just experience a corrupt EDID header then you may not even need a working EDID since Powerstrip may just prompt you with the ability to fix the header itself.


Writing the EDID/ or reparing the EDID to the FAULTY monitor:

This is a risky section and entirely it is your responsibility to do it right. All companies that provide the software able to do this take no responsibility, and thus do not comment on it. Lucky for you I can comment lol. Unfortunately there is no free EDID writer, the only viable one is Powerstrip which costs $29.95 dollars (US). The free version doesnt allow EDID writing.

Once you purchase and register the program you will have to do a search for pstrip.ini on your pc and send that to support since they wont allow just anyone to use the update EDID function. Once you get your PIN number you can go ahead and do the following steps.

1. Go to Monitor Information and it'll show you information in relation to your working 'substitute' monitor.
2. Choose update EDID under options and it'l prompt you whether you wasn to update the EEPROM on the selected monitor (substitute one).
3. Select no and it will search for other connections.
4. It will most likely provide two other ports, for me it was port 3 and 4.
5. press no to both and exit the update EDID feature.
6. unlpug the faulty monitors DVI cable from your PC
7. run the update EDID function again and take note on which port DOESNT come up. This means that the cable u disconnected (hence faulty monitor) belongs to the port that no longer gets prompted. (was port 3 for me)
8. plug in the faulty monitor again with the dvi cable.
9. run the update edid function again and this time when port 3 came up I selected yes, this is where Powerstrip prompted me and told me that it detected a faulty EDID header, it gave me two choices: try and repair the header or upload a new/replacement EDID. naturally I selected the first option first and behold PS said it fixed it, i rebooted and the monitor worked! Now if the first option fails or is unavailable (if the whole EDID is corrupt) thats when youd use the EDID RAW files you saved earlier (you'll have to rename the extension from raw to bin) reboot and it should work.


Thats about it!

GL! and proceed at your own risk.

Special thanks to Dino on the Hardware forum and other people wo helped!

link: http://hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1308359
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Ashley Saldanha
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« Reply #53 on: June 13, 2010, 03:07:16 AM »

Steps 3 thru 8 should not be necessary, since PowerStrip will show the EDID monitor ID in the caption of the dialog box where it asked if this is the port connection you want to use ( a "good" monitor will have a recognizable ID, e.g., a Dell will be "DELxxxx", an will be "GSMxxxx", etc.). Surprising how few people notice that - I guess they are too focused on the text in the box and miss the caption.

Also note that the port order has nothing to do with monitor order - e.g., the "bad" monitor could easily be on the first port enumerated and the good one on the fourth. And while often the same, the port given by softMCCS (or MonInfo which can be used in place of Phoenix, and supports EDID 1.4 and CEA) may not be the same as the one given by PowerStrip.

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GougeUK

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« Reply #54 on: June 28, 2010, 06:38:03 AM »

I have a Belinea B102035W which has just recetnly stopped working via the DVI connection.  On finding this forum I get the impression that the EDID data is corrupt as after running the Soft MCCS application it is indicating it is not seeing the DVI connection the log is noted below.

I can connect both analoguw and DVI and although DVI does not work when system is posting, once I am in windows I can disconnect the analogue connection and the monitor will display at up to 1024x768 as a Generic non plug and play monitor.  

I have also managed to extract the analogue EDID and can load this into the Pheonix editor.  My registry however only seems to have the analogue EDID.

Does anyone have access to the model of monitor to be able to provide a copy of the correct EDID or perhaps advise how I edit the analogue EDID to operate the DVI input.

06:47:00.85100...Open log 26/06/2010 06:47:00
06:47:00.85201...softMCCS version = 2.4.0.942
06:47:00.85202...OS version: 6.0.6002.2.Service Pack 2
06:47:00.85303...MAC address:
06:47:00.85404...Starting hardware device enumeration
06:47:00.85405...*******************************************
06:47:00.85406...BUS_SLOT = PCI00000,PCI00004,PCI00008,PCI0000C,PCI00010,PCI00014,PCI00018,PCI0001C,PCI00020,PCI00024,PCI00028,PCI0002C
06:47:00.85507...00000000 = 005E10DE,00B00006,058000A3,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,815A1043
06:47:00.85508...00000008 = 005010DE,00A0000F,060100F3,00800000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,815A1043
06:47:00.85509...00000010 = 005A10DE,00B00006,0C0310A2,00800000,D8004000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,815A1043
06:47:00.8560A...00000011 = 005B10DE,00B00006,0C0320A3,00800000,FEB00000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,815A1043
06:47:00.8560B...00000020 = 005910DE,00B00007,040100A2,00000000,0000DC01,0000E001,D8003000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,812A1043
06:47:00.8560C...00000030 = 005310DE,00B00005,01018AF2,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,0000F001,00000000,00000000,815A1043
06:47:00.8570D...00000038 = 005410DE,00B00007,010185F3,00000000,000009F1,00000BF1,00000971,00000B71,0000D801,D8002000,00000000,815A1043
06:47:00.8570E...00000040 = 005510DE,00B00007,010185F3,00000000,000009E1,00000BE1,00000961,00000B61,0000C401,D8001000,00000000,815A1043
06:47:00.8580F...00000048 = 005C10DE,00A00407,060401F2,00010000,00000000,00000000,80050500,A280A0A0,D7F0D400,0000FFF0,00000000,00000000
06:47:00.85810...00000050 = 005710DE,00B80006,068000F3,00000000,D8000000,00000001,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,81411043
06:47:00.85811...00000058 = 005D10DE,00100404,060400F3,00010008,00000000,00000000,00040400,000001F1,0000FFF0,0001FFF1,00000000,00000000
06:47:00.85812...00000060 = 005D10DE,00100404,060400F3,00010008,00000000,00000000,00030300,000001F1,0000FFF0,0001FFF1,00000000,00000000
06:47:00.85813...00000068 = 005D10DE,00100404,060400F3,00010008,00000000,00000000,00020200,000001F1,0000FFF0,0001FFF1,00000000,00000000
06:47:00.85814...00000070 = 005D10DE,00100407,060400A3,00010008,00000000,00000000,00010100,20009191,D3F0D000,CFF1C001,00000000,00000000
06:47:00.85915...000000C0 = 11001022,00100000,06000000,00800000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000
06:47:00.85916...000000C1 = 11011022,00000000,06000000,00800000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000
06:47:00.86017...000000C2 = 11021022,00000000,06000000,00800000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000
06:47:00.86018...000000C3 = 11031022,00000000,06000000,00800000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000
06:47:00.86119...00000100 = 060010DE,00100007,030000A2,00000008,D2000000,C000000C,00000000,D0000004,00000000,00009001,00000000,82681043
06:47:00.8681A...00000540 = 880014F1,02900006,04000005,00802008,D4000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,665F107D
06:47:00.8681B...00000542 = 880214F1,02900006,04800005,00802008,D5000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,665F107D
06:47:00.8691C...00000558 = 8023104C,02100006,0C001000,00002008,D7008000,D7004000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,808B1043
06:47:00.8691D...00000560 = 432011AB,02B00007,02000013,00002008,D7000000,0000A001,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,00000000,811A1043
06:47:00.9551E...Graphics controllers found = 1
06:47:00.9561F...Device 1 = A4,060010DE,82681043,00000100,D2000000,00009000,00000002,NV50
06:47:00.95620...Abstraction layer = 1
06:47:00.95621...Beginning initialization
06:47:00.95622...///////////////////////////////////////////
06:47:00.95723...Hardware monitor enumeration
06:47:00.95724...*******************************************
06:47:00.95725...Querying 00010001
06:47:00.95826..... <A0:w> 00
06:47:01.01727..... <A1:r> 00 FF FF FF FF FF FF 00 34 38 D5 07 53 00 00 00 32 0F 01 03 0E 2B 1B 78 2E C9 05 A3 57 4B 9C 25 12 50 54 BF EF 00 31 0A 61 4C 71 4F 81 40 81 80 95 0F 01 01 01 01 21 39 90 30 62 1A 27 40 68 B0 36 00 B1 0E 11 00 00 1E 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 FD 00 38 4B 1F 53 0F 00 0A 20 20 20 20 20 20 00 00 00 FC 00 42 31 30 32 30 33 35 57 0A 20 20 20 20 00 94*[P]
06:47:01.01828...Found at device 1, port 1 = 0x94210E11
06:47:01.01829...Found device on 00010001
06:47:01.0182A...Monitor ID = Belinea B102035W (MAX07D5.00000053)
06:47:01.0182B...Checking DDC/CI support
06:47:01.0222C..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 10 AC [P]
06:47:01.1242D..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 10 01 00 64 00 26 E7*[P]
06:47:01.1242E...VCP command - ok
06:47:01.1252F...Found DDC/CI monitor
06:47:01.12530...GetCaps - segment 0x0000:0
06:47:01.13031..... <6E:w> 51 83 F3 00 00 4F [P]
06:47:01.25432..... <6F:r> 6E A3 E3 00 00 76 63 70 28 30 32 20 30 34 20 30 35 20 30 36 20 31 30 20 30 45 20 31 32 20 31 34 28 30 31 20 30 5D*[P]
06:47:01.36233...GetCaps - segment 0x0020:0
06:47:01.36734..... <6E:w> 51 83 F3 00 20 6F [P]
06:47:01.49335..... <6F:r> 6E A3 E3 00 20 35 20 30 38 20 30 42 29 20 31 36 20 31 38 20 31 41 20 31 45 20 32 30 20 33 30 20 33 45 20 35 32 42*[P]
06:47:01.60236...GetCaps - segment 0x0040:0
06:47:01.60637..... <6E:w> 51 83 F3 00 40 0F [P]
06:47:01.73138..... <6F:r> 6E A3 E3 00 40 20 41 43 20 41 45 20 42 32 20 42 36 20 43 30 20 43 36 20 43 38 20 43 39 20 43 41 20 44 36 20 44 2F*[P]
06:47:01.83939...GetCaps - segment 0x0060:0
06:47:01.8443A..... <6E:w> 51 83 F3 00 60 2F [P]
06:47:01.9703B..... <6F:r> 6E A3 E3 00 60 46 29 20 76 63 70 5F 70 32 28 33 37 20 33 38 20 33 39 20 33 42 29 20 74 79 70 65 28 4C 43 44 29 0E*[P]
06:47:02.0783C...GetCaps - segment 0x0080:0
06:47:02.0833D..... <6E:w> 51 83 F3 00 80 CF [P]
06:47:02.2073E..... <6F:r> 6E A3 E3 00 80 20 6D 73 73 63 5F 76 65 72 28 31 2E 31 29 20 61 73 73 65 74 5F 65 65 70 28 36 34 29 20 6D 70 75 F5*[P]
06:47:02.3153F...GetCaps - segment 0x00A0:0
06:47:02.32040..... <6E:w> 51 83 F3 00 A0 EF [P]
06:47:02.43441..... <6F:r> 6E 8A E3 00 A0 28 30 2E 30 34 29 00 EC*[P]
06:47:02.54242...GetCaps - segment 0x00A7:0
06:47:02.54743..... <6E:w> 51 83 F3 00 A7 E8 [P]
06:47:02.65944..... <6F:r> 6E 83 E3 00 A7 F9*[P]
06:47:02.65945...Raw capabilities string = vcp(02 04 05 06 10 0E 12 14(01 05 08 0B) 16 18 1A 1E 20 30 3E 52 AC AE B2 B6 C0 C6 C8 C9 CA D6 DF) vcp_p2(37 38 39 3B) type(LCD) mssc_ver(1.1) asset_eep(64) mpu(0.04)
06:47:02.65946...Read errors = 0
06:47:02.66047...Capabilities string = vcp(02 04 05 06 10 0E 12 14(01 05 08 0B) 16 18 1A 1E 20 30 3E 52 AC AE B2 B6 C0 C6 C8 C9 CA D6 DF) vcp_p2(37 38 39 3B) type(LCD) mssc_ver(1.1) asset_eep(64) mpu(0.04)
06:47:02.66148...VCP control list = 02,04,05,06,10,12,14,16,18,1A,1E,20,30,3E,52,AC,AE,B2,B6,C0,C6,C8,C9,CA,D6,DF
06:47:02.66249...DDC/CI query - elapsed time = 1641ms
06:47:02.6624A...VCP table
06:47:02.6654B..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 02 BE [P]
06:47:02.7684C..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 02 01 00 FF 00 01 49*[P]
06:47:02.8014D....Opcode 0x02=00 00FF0001
06:47:02.8044E..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 04 B8 [P]
06:47:02.9064F..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 04 01 00 FF 00 00 4E*[P]
06:47:02.93950....Opcode 0x04=00 00FF0000
06:47:02.94251..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 05 B9 [P]
06:47:03.04652..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 05 01 00 01 00 00 B1*[P]
06:47:03.07953....Opcode 0x05=00 00010000
06:47:03.08254..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 06 BA [P]
06:47:03.18555..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 01 06 01 FF FF 00 00 B2*[P]
06:47:03.22056....Opcode 0x06=01 FFFF0000
06:47:03.22357..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 10 AC [P]
06:47:03.32558..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 10 01 00 64 00 26 E7*[P]
06:47:03.35859....Opcode 0x10=00 00640026
06:47:03.3615A..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 12 AE [P]
06:47:03.4645B..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 12 01 00 64 00 24 E7*[P]
06:47:03.4985C....Opcode 0x12=00 00640024
06:47:03.5015D..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 14 A8 [P]
06:47:03.6035E..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 14 01 01 0B 00 05 AE*[P]
06:47:03.6385F....Opcode 0x14=00 010B0005
06:47:03.64160..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 16 AA [P]
06:47:03.74361..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 16 01 00 64 00 59 9E*[P]
06:47:03.77662....Opcode 0x16=00 00640059
06:47:03.77963..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 18 A4 [P]
06:47:03.88264..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 18 01 00 64 00 59 90*[P]
06:47:03.91565....Opcode 0x18=00 00640059
06:47:03.91866..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 1A A6 [P]
06:47:04.02067..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 1A 01 00 64 00 58 93*[P]
06:47:04.05668....Opcode 0x1A=00 00640058
06:47:04.05869..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 1E A2 [P]
06:47:04.1636A..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 1E 01 00 02 00 00 A9*[P]
06:47:04.1976B....Opcode 0x1E=00 00020000
06:47:04.2006C..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 20 9C [P]
06:47:04.3056D..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 20 01 03 90 01 CC CB*[P]
06:47:04.3386E....Opcode 0x20=00 039001CC
06:47:04.3416F..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 30 8C [P]
06:47:04.44370..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 30 01 00 48 00 1C D1*[P]
06:47:04.47771....Opcode 0x30=00 0048001C
06:47:04.48072..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 3E 82 [P]
06:47:04.58573..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 3E 01 00 64 00 00 EF*[P]
06:47:04.61874....Opcode 0x3E=00 00640000
06:47:04.62175..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 52 EE [P]
06:47:04.72376..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 01 52 01 FF FF 00 00 E6*[P]
06:47:04.75777....Opcode 0x52=01 FFFF0000
06:47:04.76078..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 AC 10 [P]
06:47:04.86279..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 AC 01 FF FF 00 41 58*[P]
06:47:04.8957A....Opcode 0xAC=00 FFFF0041
06:47:04.8987B..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 AE 12 [P]
06:47:05.0017C..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 AE 01 FF FF 00 3B 20*[P]
06:47:05.0347D....Opcode 0xAE=00 FFFF003B
06:47:05.0377E..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 B2 0E [P]
06:47:05.1397F..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 B2 01 00 08 00 01 0E*[P]
06:47:05.17380....Opcode 0xB2=00 00080001
06:47:05.17681..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 B6 0A [P]
06:47:05.27882..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 B6 01 00 05 00 03 05*[P]
06:47:05.31383....Opcode 0xB6=00 00050003
06:47:05.31684..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 C0 7C [P]
06:47:05.41985..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 C0 01 FF FF 43 F0 C6*[P]
06:47:05.45286....Opcode 0xC0=00 FFFF43F0
06:47:05.45587..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 C6 7A [P]
06:47:05.55788..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 01 C6 01 FF FF 00 00 72*[P]
06:47:05.59189....Opcode 0xC6=01 FFFF0000
06:47:05.5948A..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 C8 74 [P]
06:47:05.6968B..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 C8 01 FF FF 00 05 78*[P]
06:47:05.7298C....Opcode 0xC8=00 FFFF0005
06:47:05.7328D..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 C9 75 [P]
06:47:05.8358E..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 00 C9 01 FF FF 00 05 79*[P]
06:47:05.8688F....Opcode 0xC9=00 FFFF0005
06:47:05.87190..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 CA 76 [P]
06:47:05.97391..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 01 CA 01 FF FF 00 00 7E*[P]
06:47:06.00792....Opcode 0xCA=01 FFFF0000
06:47:06.01093..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 D6 6A [P]
06:47:06.11394..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 01 D6 01 FF FF 00 00 62*[P]
06:47:06.14795....Opcode 0xD6=01 FFFF0000
06:47:06.15096..... <6E:w> 51 82 01 DF 63 [P]
06:47:06.25397..... <6F:r> 6E 88 02 01 DF 01 FF FF 00 00 6B*[P]
06:47:06.28698....Opcode 0xDF=01 FFFF0000
06:47:06.28699...Valid op codes = 02,04,05,10,12,14,16,18,1A,1E,20,30,3E,AC,AE,B2,B6,C0,C8,C9
06:47:06.2889A..... <6E:w> 51 81 07 B9 [P]
06:47:06.3909B..... <6F:r> 6E 06 4E 03 19 6E 17 5A 4F*[P]
06:47:06.3909C...Timing string = 65.10 kHz (+), 59.78 Hz (+)
06:47:06.3919D...Update VCP table - elapsed time = 3734ms
06:47:06.4029E...*******************************************
06:47:06.4039F...Querying 00020001
06:47:06.404A0..... <A0:w> 00
06:47:06.461A1..... <A1:r> F3 FF FF FF FF FF FF 00 34 38 D5 07 53 00 00 00 32 0F 01 03 80 2B 1B 78 2E C9 05 A3 57 4B 9C 25 12 50 54 BF EF 00 31 0A 61 4C 71 4F 81 40 81 80 95 0F 01 01 01 01 21 39 90 30 62 1A 27 40 68 B0 36 00 B1 0E 11 00 00 1E 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 FD 00 38 4B 1F 53 0F 00 0A 20 20 20 20 20 20 00 00 00 FC 00 42 31 30 32 30 33 35 57 0A 20 20 20 20 00 22*[P]
06:47:06.514A2..... <A0:w> 00
06:47:06.573A3..... <A1:r> F3 FF FF FF FF FF FF 00 34 38 D5 07 53 00 00 00 32 0F 01 03 80 2B 1B 78 2E C9 05 A3 57 4B 9C 25 12 50 54 BF EF 00 31 0A 61 4C 71 4F 81 40 81 80 95 0F 01 01 01 01 21 39 90 30 62 1A 27 40 68 B0 36 00 B1 0E 11 00 00 1E 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 FD 00 38 4B 1F 53 0F 00 0A 20 20 20 20 20 20 00 00 00 FC 00 42 31 30 32 30 33 35 57 0A 20 20 20 20 00 22*[P]
06:47:06.676A4..... <A0:w> 00
06:47:06.735A5..... <A1:r> F3 FF FF FF FF FF FF 00 34 38 D5 07 53 00 00 00 32 0F 01 03 80 2B 1B 78 2E C9 05 A3 57 4B 9C 25 12 50 54 BF EF 00 31 0A 61 4C 71 4F 81 40 81 80 95 0F 01 01 01 01 21 39 90 30 62 1A 27 40 68 B0 36 00 B1 0E 11 00 00 1E 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 FD 00 38 4B 1F 53 0F 00 0A 20 20 20 20 20 20 00 00 00 FC 00 42 31 30 32 30 33 35 57 0A 20 20 20 20 00 22*[P]
06:47:06.736A6...Nothing found on 00020001
06:47:06.736A7...*******************************************
06:47:06.736A8...Querying 00030001
06:47:08.973A9...Nothing found on 00030001
06:47:08.973AA...*******************************************
06:47:08.973AB...Querying 00040001
06:47:08.974AC..... <A0:w> [P]
06:47:09.027AD..... <A0:w> [P]
06:47:09.131AE..... <A0:w> [P]
06:47:09.131AF...Nothing found on 00040001
06:47:09.132B0...*******************************************
06:47:09.136B1...*******************************************
06:47:09.136B2...Software monitor enumeration
06:47:09.136B3...Monitor #1: Belinea B102035W
06:47:09.137B4.............. Hardware ID: 0x0101
06:47:09.137B5.............. Device handle: n/a
06:47:10.137B6...Finished monitor enumeration, total elapsed time = 9187 ms
06:47:10.137B7...Number of monitors enumerated = 1 total, 1 DDC/CI
06:47:10.137B8...\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\
06:47:10.155B9..... <6E:w> 51 84 03 02 00 01 BB [P]
06:48:20.722BA...*******************************************
06:48:20.728BB...Dump: complete Windows device enumeration
06:48:20.731BC...*******************************************
06:48:20.734BD...1.DeviceName      = \\.\DISPLAY1
06:48:20.736BE.....DeviceFlags     = 08080005
06:48:20.739BF.....DeviceString    = NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTS 512
06:48:20.741C0.....DeviceID        = PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0600&SUBSYS_82681043&REV_A2
06:48:20.744C1.....DeviceKey       = \Registry\Machine\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Video\{1BDA7E95-0F07-4818-9353-139332C23F41}\0000
06:48:20.749C2.....DeviceDriver    = nvd3dum 8.17.11.9745
06:48:20.753C3.....a.MonitorName   = \\.\DISPLAY1\Monitor0
06:48:20.756C4.......MonitorFlags  = 00000003
06:48:20.758C5.......MonitorString = Generic Non-PnP Monitor
06:48:20.760C6.......MonitorID     = MONITOR\Default_Monitor\{4d36e96e-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}\0005
06:48:20.762C7.......MonitorKey    = \Registry\Machine\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{4d36e96e-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}\0005
06:48:20.766C8.......Raw EDID      = 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
06:48:20.770C9...2.DeviceName      = \\.\DISPLAY2
06:48:20.772CA.....DeviceFlags     = 08080000
06:48:20.774CB.....DeviceString    = NVIDIA GeForce 8800 GTS 512
06:48:20.776CC.....DeviceID        = PCI\VEN_10DE&DEV_0600&SUBSYS_82681043&REV_A2
06:48:20.778CD.....DeviceKey       = \Registry\Machine\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Video\{1BDA7E95-0F07-4818-9353-139332C23F41}\0001
06:48:20.784CE.....DeviceDriver    = nvd3dum 8.17.11.9745
06:48:20.787CF.....a.MonitorName   = \\.\DISPLAY2\Monitor0
06:48:20.789D0.......MonitorFlags  = 00000002
06:48:20.791D1.......MonitorString = Belinea 10 20 35W / Art. No. 112005
06:48:20.793D2.......MonitorID     = MONITOR\Default_Monitor\{4d36e96e-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}\0002
06:48:20.794D3.......MonitorKey    = \Registry\Machine\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Class\{4d36e96e-e325-11ce-bfc1-08002be10318}\0002
06:48:20.797D4.......Raw EDID      = 0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
06:48:20.801D5...3.DeviceName      = \\.\DISPLAYV1
06:48:20.803D6.....DeviceFlags     = 00000008
06:48:20.805D7.....DeviceString    = RDPDD Chained DD
06:48:20.807D8.....DeviceID        =
06:48:20.808D9.....DeviceKey       = \Registry\Machine\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Video\{DEB039CC-B704-4F53-B43E-9DD4432FA2E9}\0000
06:48:20.812DA.....DeviceDriver    = rdpdd 6.0.6001.18000
06:48:20.815DB...4.DeviceName      = \\.\DISPLAYV2
06:48:20.817DC.....DeviceFlags     = 00200008
06:48:20.819DD.....DeviceString    = RDP Encoder Mirror Driver
06:48:20.822DE.....DeviceID        =
06:48:20.823DF.....DeviceKey       = \Registry\Machine\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\Video\{42cf9257-1d96-4c9d-87f3-0d8e74595f78}\0000
06:48:20.828E0.....DeviceDriver    = rdpencdd 6.0.6001.18000
06:48:20.831E1...Total number of monitors enumerated = 2
06:48:20.833E2...*******************************************
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Ashley Saldanha
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« Reply #55 on: June 28, 2010, 07:32:23 AM »

Only the very first byte of your DVI EDID is corrupt. Here's the correction:

Code:
00,FF,FF,FF,FF,FF,FF,00,34,38,D5,07,53,00,00,00,32,0F,01,03,80,2B,1B,78,2E,C9,05,A3,57,4B,9C,25,12,50,54,BF,EF,00,31,0A,61,4C,71,4F,81,40,81,80,95,0F,01,01,01,01,21,39,90,30,62,1A,27,40,68,B0,36,00,B1,0E,11,00,00,1E,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,00,FD,00,38,4B,1F,53,0F,00,0A,20,20,20,20,20,20,00,00,00,FC,00,42,31,30,32,30,33,35,57,0A,20,20,20,20,00,22
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GougeUK

Posts: 4


« Reply #56 on: June 28, 2010, 01:41:55 PM »

Thankyou very much for the reply.  I have purchased a license for Powerstrip to allow me to flash the corrected EDID to the monitor.

I can now see what the issue was, so simple and yet so annoying.  Again thankyou very much as I can now see the inital byte as F3 when it should have been 00.

 Smiley
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GougeUK

Posts: 4


« Reply #57 on: June 28, 2010, 03:11:06 PM »

Ashley I need the PIN number for EDID update in powerstrip.  I see other posts on a similar line but you suggest sending the powerstrip.ini file which I cannot find.

Can you please advise?

John
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theGate

Posts: 3


« Reply #58 on: September 05, 2010, 09:01:40 PM »

Hello

I have the same problem on 2 FP241W BenQ
It would be nice to get from someone a valid EDID for the BenQ FP241W

thanks a Lot

theGate
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sbsolarski

Posts: 11


« Reply #59 on: September 06, 2010, 12:18:25 AM »

If the whole EDID line is corrupt you will need salvage a working EDID for YOUR SPECIFIC monitor. Quoting 'Dino74' on the HardWare Forums you can get an EDID by:

"Getting a good EDID file.
1. Windows stores the EDID files of connected monitors. I was lucky and was able to use this file
to update my monitor. Use Phoenix EDID Desgner 1.3 (http://www.tucows.com/preview/329441) to
retreive the EDID from registry. (Under Tools->Extract Registry EDID)

Once you open it, double check its the Digital EDID under Basic Display Parameters.
The registry might show two EDID from your monitor(Analog and Digital)

Then Export to RAW format.

2. If you can't get it from a digital EDID from the registry. Connect to your monitor via VGA and use step 1 above
to get the analog EDID. Then use Phoenix Designer to switch Video Input Definition from Analog to Digital.
Export RAW format."

I recommend Point 1, since your computer would have defenitely saved the digital EDID before it got corrupt. Additionally you can cross reference the EDID.dat file saved with the text line given by softMCCS. Finally if you just experience a corrupt EDID header then you may not even need a working EDID since Powerstrip may just prompt you with the ability to fix the header itself.



TheGate, see above at how to obtain an EDID, try to get it from your PC first, also please post your MCCS log here, it may be just the header that is corrupt with the staff may easily comment on.
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