Originally Posted by Hskr8
... are you sure that there isn't something else you need to tweak in the nvidia settings? Are your drivers several years old/aka latest drivers? I also seem to recall hearing that something special had to be done in the nvidia settings to originally get the lwm series to work correctly in the first place... maybe whatever that tweak was isn't necessary anymore?
Drivers used: Multiple, very new(90 series) & 80 series are used. Each driver(modded or standard) have different options.
I will report with a solution soon.
nForceware Configuration :
Standard 2D : GPU: 100 MHz - Memory: 658 MHz
3D Performance : GPU: 400 MHz - Memory: 1064 MHz
3D Low Power : GPU: 250 MHz - Memory: 658 MHzForceWare Version : 220.127.116.1169LVM-47w1:
~ Via DVI-DVI is recognized immediately as HDTV & LVM-47w1. You have the option to pick which you wish to set up. TV or Monitor. This is very very nice.TX-47F430s:
~Connected via DVI-HDMI is recognized as HDTV, but will not display anything.
-Connect the LVM-47w1 to the laptop.
-Create an Nvidia PROFILE for the TX using the LVM-47w1 PROFILE.
-This PROFILE = DUAL-VIEW with the LVM as PRIMARY
-Disconnect the LVM DVI & connect the TX DVI-HDMI immediately-TX now displays 1:1 Pixel Mapping in beautiful, rich, deeper color than the LVM.
#1 of 3 LAPTOP VIDEO CARDS:
General Information :
Manufacturer : Nvidia Corp (Dell Computer Corp)
Model : GeForce Go 7800 GTX
Bus Type : PCI-Express
Total Memory : 256 MB
Texture Memory : 475 MB
Processor : GeForce Go 7800 GTX
Converter : Integrated RAMDAC
Refresh Rate (min/max) : 60/60 Hz