Originally Posted by PlasmaPZ80U
at least you did fix it, would you say everything is 100% back to normal now?
All is good and dandy, just like it was after HDMI Calibration failed
, because it changed absolutely nothing because ADC results from the original calibration were preserved! So, fixing it also had no effect. It did provide slighly different ADC results, but I simply changed them to the original ones because using the new ones would require me to re-calibrate almost everything. I simply wanted to fix the FAILED status, the words themselves, lol
Its turning on the SCC that caused a reset in my RGB WB and CMS. It didn't reset the actual adjustments, but it did change what those adjustments were providing. So, if before my Blue Offset was 70 and provided accurate blue, then after the reset Blue Offset was still at 70, but did not provide accurate blue. The same thing happened with CMS, which was a major issue.... going through the whole saturation sweeps all over again would have been an enraging experience. So, I did a couple of resets here and there, and CMS went back to the original defaults! From there, I simply input all the data that I, fortunately, kept written down in case something like this would happen. In fact, I keep all original and adjusted settings in a neat paper notebook
Part of me was hoping that I would be unable to fix it and just buy a brand new plasma, but damn AVS forums had the right pattern....