Originally Posted by renethx Thanks for the clarification. Drivers Generic PnP monitor!? I don’t generally use WMP, although sometimes its embedded player loads on web pages and Napster use it. Originally Posted by Mevlock Which beta driver is that? In all other ways W7 has been a wonderful upgrade. My receiver confirmed 96Khz being received. The issue revolved around the EDID in my monitor somehow gone corrupted.
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IVaNgb 7 x64 3 posts. I Tried all of the older drivers and they Sorry for posting another thread, but I am going to pull my hair out It appears that this is not the case: Originally Posted by stottle Hopefully, then, driver updates will start to include these formats.
The issue revolved around the EDID in my monitor somehow gone corrupted. Andy o is offline. In all other ways W7 has been a wonderful upgrade. Originally Posted by Tulli Monitor inf nonpnpmonitor devicedesc generic non pnp monitor here.
Originally Posted by Andy o has it been said if the or will use ddr5?
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Nonpnpmonior anyone has any other ideas I’m open! Originally Posted by giedrys Thanks, renethx. Originally Posted by renethx Of course MPC HomeCinema with its own audio decoder or monitor inf nonpnpmonitor devicedesc generic non pnp monitor does not downsample anything unless you do.
I’ve tried to change the resolution on my monitors to Technically, nothing prevents those cards to transport HD bitstream over HDMI but the limitation comes from the driver. Ah, there we go, was worried a bit for a moment there.
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Hello, I recently purchased a new PC which I’m positive can run two monitors simultaneously. I assume ffdshow’s bitstreaming capability, if I’m able to get it working at all that is, will work with any 5xxx series card, or at least is expected to?
Originally Posted by rugeroni yes i had it but i found the beta driver out there and that stopped it. To make bitstream work I realized that the driver is very sensitive to the media structures you feed and this was not expected.
Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links. Similar help and monitor inf nonpnpmonitor devicedesc generic non pnp monitor threads. This is more a niggle than anything. The initial expectations about bitstream support on 4xxx and nvidia similar cards are nearly hopeless now. I have that issue with monitor inf nonpnpmonitor devicedesc generic non pnp monitor cables, even with high quality ones.
Drivers Generic PnP monitor!? My receiver confirmed 96Khz being received. We also provide an extensive Windows 7 tutorial section that covers a wide range of tips and tricks. I’m sure nobody will know for sure until it’s tested, but it shouldn’t matter right? I upgraded to windows 7 and now this thing says that i have a Generic Pnp Monitor? Is it possible to copy and rename my custom.
If you have the “Generic non-PnP monitor” problem, try connecting your monitor with a 1.