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Old December 28th 05, 03:32 PM posted to alt.comp.periphs.videocards.nvidia
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Default using i2c comm with nvidia based cards

hi all,
how are you?

i need to program a application which will reside in the system tray,
monitors hot key inputs and send a byte to the display over i2c in
vga/dvi cable.
please refer following link for more information about my problem.
http://groups.google.com/group/micro...23f57560a62a66

i contacted nvidia if it is possible to using nvidia sdk and they said
yes but didn't tell me how.
does any one know how i can utilize i2c which is integrated in video
cable(vga/dvi) to send a command to the displays?

thank you very much

best regards,
/u

 




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