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ASUS EEPROM EDID Corrupted-Need a Clean Copy

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April 17, 2010 3:39:48 PM

Hello:

Can someone provide me with a clean copy of an ASUS VH236H EEPROM EDID for DVI? Mine is corrupted and its driving me mad. My problem is exactly as described on these sites:

http://blog.komeil.com/2008/06/fixing-edid-dvi-monitors...

http://superuser.com/questions/55862/windows-7-blank-dv...

If you are willing to send yours to me, you will need to use this utility:

http://www.tucows.com/preview/329441

Run the *.exe and then go to Tools-->Extract Registry EDID in the program's menu. Make sure you monitor is connected through DVI (not D-SUB/VGA) and that the file is in *.dat format.

Thank you!

fsb1284
November 19, 2010 1:24:18 AM

fsb1284 said:
Hello:

Can someone provide me with a clean copy of an ASUS VH236H EEPROM EDID for DVI? Mine is corrupted and its driving me mad. My problem is exactly as described on these sites:

http://blog.komeil.com/2008/06/fixing-edid-dvi-monitors...

http://superuser.com/questions/55862/windows-7-blank-dv...

If you are willing to send yours to me, you will need to use this utility:

http://www.tucows.com/preview/329441

Run the *.exe and then go to Tools-->Extract Registry EDID in the program's menu. Make sure you monitor is connected through DVI (not D-SUB/VGA) and that the file is in *.dat format.

Thank you!

fsb1284

ASUS does not provide drivers for the 242h and cannot locate any thing that will work to recognixe these in display properties.

Dell said this would indeed indicate that the EDID is not correctly being reported by all 3 monitors to the operating system.

You will need assistance with Asus to get the EEPROM chip to report the correct info or have them provide you a driver file.

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