Good time of the day, everyone.
I've decided to post in this thread not to clutter up the forum.
I am experiencing problem quite akin to the mentioned in this thread, and if it is not directly related to the AVS, it is about EDID override; so I hoped someone may be willing to help me.
I need to override values of physical size of my monitor supplied by EDID.
That is due to the fact that my monitor is Flatron W1934S, with the maximum resolution of 1440 × 900 (16:10), 19" is being recognized by my system as L1734, capable of 1280 × 1024 (4:3), 18". (Through plug-and-play, installing correct driver does not help.)
I was able to get past this using Nvidia Control Panel and get monitor to use correct resolution, but on some occasions I am experiencing issues; some full screen application still behave strangely: mouse cursor position reported to the application varies from the one displayed on the monitor — mouse clicks go not to where it seems they should.
I have noticed this issue after I have got my monitor repaired. I have been told in the service center that they have replaced my monitor's circuit board, now I am led to believe that the hack workers just used one from the L1734. I noticed the issue too late, after the warranty on repair expired, so I think it's useless to complain.
I understand that this issue is not very severe, and that people around me are busy; but maybe someone would consider helping out interest or enthusiasm?