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Thanks for the reply, MLXXX.
I set my graphics on the Lenovo Q190 to 1080p 24Hz. The graphics are Intel HD, with 3D selected.
I then set PowerDVD Ultra 14 to "HDMI 1.4 enabled 3d TV (1080P 24Hz)".
PowerDVD seemed to allow me to select this, but then gave an error message about how the system or the material was not compatible with it.
I did manage to get things closer, when, as I remember, I selected "3D" on the W1070 remote and selected "Frame Packing". "Frame Sequential" was greyed out.
However, although this gave me some 3D, the picture was overlapped and unwatchable.
So, because you and I are using the same projector and the same software, the odd variable is the graphic chipset. Are you using an nVidia chipset/graphic adapter?
For what it's worth, all is being passed through my Yamaha RX V675 receiver.
Of course, I can forget all about this and simply watch 3D content using the outboard 3D Blu-Ray player, but it is something that is stumping me.