Oh yes, let's downplay the issue. That solves it.you mean the one that only you and a few others seem to get :\
it looks like its entirely limited to a few monitors.
I've tried custom monitor drivers (did nothing), third party applications like ReForce, Riva Tuner, etc. (did nothing), and even physically altering the monitor cable (did little and overall made it worse). I had to revert back to older driver versions, and even though the interpolation issues are fixed, and the refresh rate can go over 85Hz (now locked at 100Hz though), I'm stuck on older nVidia drivers, and many things still default to 75Hz. What if I want to get a new nVidia card (and I would want to when I do) that needs newer drivers in order to operate? Basically put, I can't, or I have to suffer this side effect. Nothing's worked, so if this is "easily fixable", I'd like to know how!This kind of limitations can be easily fixed by installing a customized monitor driver. Just google it
Oh, very good to know!yeah
the classic cp in xp even crashes when you hit apply >.>
That's one of the problems, yes.@Lord Zedeck
I don't know exactly what your problem is, but it looks to me like a refresh rate related one.