Thanks for your replies.
Originally Posted by stanger89
What the PC displays has nothing to do with what's actually it the projector, it just displays whatever the manufacturer placed in the EDID.
Normally when i connect to a display it shows the manufacturer name or generic plug and play. But if the manufacturer has not placed anything in the EDID then does the computer read the next defaullt reading? The DMD chip is the primary display device and the projector just surrounds it with the light engine etc. So will the computer read the DMD chip information? DC3 being read by the computer seems like a reading of the DMD chip as it correlates to the word DarkChip.
Originally Posted by coderguy
Yes, and sometimes the drivers will just ignore it even if it is placed there and default to some other value.
Thats what i thought too that it is defaulting to the DMD Chip value. Just too much of a coincidence for DC3 to show up in the reading. Anyways, i guess there is no way to know for sure where the DC3 reading is coming from unless we get some expert intervention.