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Master Geek


Topic # 112223 1-Dec-2012 01:22
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Has anyone had the problem as per title?  
i'm using nvidia GTX 550ti video card, Sony Playstation Display.  3DTV Play software worked fine when i was on windows 7.  Games played in 3D excellently.  since i upgraded to windows 8, 3dtv play is no long valid.
In nVidia Control Plane, under "set up stereoscopic 3D", I can enable "stereoscopic 3D", but the 3D display type stucks on "HDMI Blu-Ray 3D".  I can't enable "3DTV Play" at all.
I downloaded the latest driver which didn't work.  I've paid for the 3DTV Play software but it seems like I can't get the system to let me enter my serial number.  I ran a program called "3DVSerialize" which is the validate my purchase, but the program wouldn't run.

Super frustrated at the moment.  Someone help please~~~


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Ultimate Geek


  Reply # 725842 2-Dec-2012 18:50
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Is windows 8 updated, i had win 8 on for about four days before i went back to 7. Stupid OS, Plus i could not find any drivers for my sound card so i had no sound as well, not good for gaming. lol




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Master Geek


  Reply # 725876 2-Dec-2012 21:09
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I'm tempted to go back to Windows 7.  I'm a Windows Phone user so couldn't help but to upgrade my PC to the Metro interface.
gutted...

 
 
 
 


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Ultimate Geek


  Reply # 725912 2-Dec-2012 23:42
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did ya read the info from the Geforce forums, seems windows auto updates video cards to the latest drivers that seem to not work for some turning off updates and manually download other drivers worked for one poster. If you have the 306.97 drivers then that could be your problem.

Last post on the page.
https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/506672/3dtv-play-playstation-3d-display-24-support-/?offset=213


Windows 8 did the same to my sound automatically downloaded the drivers that did not work correctly instead of 7n1 sound i could only get 2 speaker sounds.  In the end i just gave up and went back to 7





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