One is a oldschool LG 60 hertz
The other one is a Planar 120 hertz
When I try to run a game in 3d while I have multiple displays set up it gives me this error
"Warning: attempt to run stereoscopic 3d in a none-stereoscopic mode"
If I only keep the Planar set up the 3d works fine (LG not set up on multiple displays in nvidia control panel)
However If I run both monitors and play a game ONLY on the Planer it gives me the above error
I know it should work because it used to
I am running DVI inputs
I have fiddled with settings and cant find the problem
I'm sure it is some box somewhere that needs to be checked or switched
Also nvidias forums are down
complicating the issue
I have only had this problem since the last two driver updates I think as well. Maybe it is a driver related problem? Any info you can tell me would be greatly appreciated.
GTX 580 twin frozer
301.42 - driver for it
LG electronics L1720P (LG)
Is the older monitor a 3D monitor? Than can be the source of your issue. Also having both monitors running at different frequencies can give you an issue. It would be best to just sell the old one and get a matching monitor with your newer one to avoid issues. You can try using an older driver too.
no it is not it is only 60 hertz. But the thing is I used to be able to play, BF3 on one screen in 3d and be able to watch youtube on the 60hertz in normal veiwing on the other. Now i cant even have the other one set up when I play BF3 in 3d.