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First let me say, I have read some posts, and haven't found what I probably need, the 3D Beginner's configuration. One that I found seemed to have a lot of info, but assumed a certain base of knowledge about the topic I don't have. Sorry to have to ask...

Next, my equipment:

Motherboard: GIGABYTE GA-EP35-DS3R LGA 775 Intel P35 ATX
CPU: Intel Core2 Duo E7200 2.53Ghz
Ram: 4GB
Display Adapter: Gigabyte ATI 5450C 512MB 64bit DDR3 (From my reading, I suspect I need a card with more memory)
OS: Windows 7 Pro
Onkyo TX-NR818
Projector: Epson 5010e
Software: Total Media 3

I currently have a fairly old driver, CCC, driver version 8.791. When I upgraded to that, it quit showing up as HDMI in my Total Media software. I'm currently sending audio over SPD/if to the Onkyo. I have the video card hooked up to the Onkyo with HDMI and it is working, but not 3D.

So I guess I need a general overview of what I need to do to get it to play 3D. From what I read, it sounds like I need to configure 2 displays. Not sure about that, or why. I've also read about some drivers being broken.

Right now, it says I do not have a 3D display when I try to select 3D when playing a ripped 3D movie.

Can anyone give me some thoughts on what I need to do to get it to play 3D to my projector?

BTW...the projector is plalying 3D fine via Samsung Blue-Ray, HDMI to Onkyo, and Wireless HDMI to the projector.
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