***EVGA Precision X and Windows 7/8/8.1 and especially 10 bricking systems***

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  1. Chastity

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    Win10 is fine, just do it!
     
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    I've had a white flashing screen on my M17x R4 from a dead GPU, swapped in a good GPU and all was good. Your case may be different but I thought I'd share this. :)
     
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    If not already on the list of affected panels, I recently fixed a bad checksum EDID on a "LP156WF6 (SP) (B1)" panel from a Metabox/Clevo P650RS-G, interesteingly it's a 2014 panel in a 2017 laptop.

    The panel would display during boot but not work with intel integraded GPU.
     
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  4. t456

    t456 1977-09-05, 12:56:00 UTC Moderator

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    Thanks for sharing. And yes, Clevo sometimes uses old batches in new models. It'd be one of the offered panels and probably the stock option; a tad middle-of-the-road.

    Can you upload or copy/paste both edids? It wasn't on the list yet and I might not have that particular WF6 model. Do have two 'LGD046F' edids, but can't narrow these down beyond 'LP156WF6-SPxx'.
     
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    Here is the working EDID from my "LP156WF6 (SP) (B1)". :)
     

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    t456 1977-09-05, 12:56:00 UTC Moderator

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    Ok :vbthumbsup:, it was one of the LGD046F's. Updated archive and list:

    archive correct edids, v13.7z

    Code:
    pnp id  notes   interf  panel nr.      edid eeprom
    ------- -----   ------  -------------  -------------------
    APP9CC3 !       LVDS    LP133WX3-TLA3
    AUO10ED !       LVDS    B156HW01 V0
    AUO11ED         LVDS    B156HW01 V1
    AUO12ED         eDP     B156HAN01.2
    AUO149D !       LVDS    B173HW01 V4
    AUO149E !       LVDS    B173RW01 V4
    AUO159D         LVDS    B173HW01 V5
    AUO219D !       LVDS    B173HW02 V1
    CMO1719         LVDS    N173O6-L02
    CMO1720 !       LVDS    N173HGE-L11
    CMO1726 !       LVDS    N173HGE-L21
    HWP3122 M       LVDS    LM240WU8-SLA* or LTM240CL01
    LGD01CA         LVDS    LP173WD1-TLA1
    LGD0226         LVDS    LP173WD1-TLC2
    LGD0285         LVDS    LP173WF1-TLC1
    LGD0289         LVDS    LP173WD1-TLA3
    LGD02C5 X       eDP     LP173WF2-TPA1
    LGD02DA !       LVDS    LP173WF1-TLB3
    LGD02FC C       LVDS    LP173WF3-SLB2
    LGD0343         LVDS    LP173WF1-TLB5
    LGD037E !       LVDS    LP156WF4-SLB5
    LGD0391         LVDS    LP173WD1-TLE1
    LGD03FB         LVDS    LP173WF1-TL**
    LGD0469 E       eDP     LP173WF4-SPF1
    LGD046C E       eDP     LP173WF4-SPD1
    LGD046F !       eDP     LP156WF6-SPB1
    MEI96A2         eDP     VVX16T020G00
    SDC3654         LVDS    LTN173KT03-W01
    SDC4852         eDP     LTN156FL02-L01
    SDC4C48 !       LVDS    LTM184HL01-C01
    SEC314A         LVDS    LTN184HT03-001
    SEC4A4B         LVDS    LTN184KT01-J01
    SEC5044 !?AWX   eDP     LTN173HT01-301  Winbond 25X20BLNIG
    SEC5044 !?AWX   eDP     LTN173HT02-D**  Winbond 25X20BLNIG
    SEC5044 !AX     eDP     LTN173HT02-D02  "" ?
    SEC5044 AX      eDP     LTN173HT02-P01  "" ?
    SEC5044 AX      eDP     LTN173HT02-T01  "" ?
    SEC5443         LVDS    LTN170CT08-D01
    SEC5448 !       LVDS    LTN184HT02-S01
    SEC544B B       LVDS    LTN173KT01-***
    SEC544B BD      LVDS    LTN140KT**-***
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    !  = known bricked panels
    !? = bricked, but unknown which one
    *  = unknown part id
    A  = highly suspect: multiple variants exist, perhaps the others are safe ...
    B  = multiple variants, flash the correct one!
    C  = EliteBook 8**0w DreamColor, 10-bit, for fun ^^
    D  = 14.0" version for M14x, just in case
    E  = G-Sync approved panel, only with the 'right' edids (75 Hz)
    M  = desktop monitor (HP EliteDisplay E241i)
    W  = write-protect possible
    X  = 256-byte edid; use write-edid-256.sh instead of write-edid.sh
    
    If multiple edids exist for one PnP id; flash the most recent edid, unless indicated otherwise.
    For all LVDS panels; write-protect is possible using an edid-bypass mod (tinyurl.com/hwcusx6),
    after doing so no further bricks can occur, regardless of Windows 10, EVGA or any other software.
    -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Do you happen to have saved the corrupt edid as well? It claims to be an eDP model whereas most known bricks were LVDS, so it's quite a rarity.
     
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    I thought I had erased the ubuntu drive but I hadn't yet. Here is the corrupt EDID. :) bin attached also :)
    Extracted contents:
    header: 00 ff ff ff ff ff ff 00
    serial number: 30 e4 6f 04 00 00 00 00 10 18
    version: 01 04
    basic params: 95 22 13 78 ea
    chroma info: dc 95 a3 58 55 a0 26 0d 50 54
    established: 00 00 00
    standard: 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01
    descriptor 1: 2e 36 80 a0 70 38 1f 40 30 20 35 00 58 c2 10 00 00 1a
    descriptor 2: 52 2b 80 a0 70 38 1f 40 30 20 35 00 58 c2 10 00 00 1a
    descriptor 3: 00 00 00 fe 00 33 38 37 34 59 80 31 35 36 57 46 36 0a
    descriptor 4: 00 00 00 00 00 00 41 31 9e 00 10 00 00 0a 01 0a 20 20
    extensions: 00
    checksum: 92

    Manufacturer: LGD Model 46f Serial Number 0
    Made week 16 of 2014
    EDID version: 1.4
    Digital display
    6 bits per primary color channel
    DisplayPort interface
    Maximum image size: 34 cm x 19 cm
    Gamma: 2.20
    DPMS levels: Standby Suspend Off
    Supported color formats: RGB 4:4:4, YCrCb 4:4:4
    First detailed timing is preferred timing
    Established timings supported:
    Standard timings supported:
    Detailed mode: Clock 138.700 MHz, 344 mm x 194 mm
    1920 1968 2000 2080 hborder 0
    1080 1083 1088 1111 vborder 0
    +hsync -vsync
    Detailed mode: Clock 110.900 MHz, 344 mm x 194 mm
    1920 1968 2000 2080 hborder 0
    1080 1083 1088 1111 vborder 0
    +hsync -vsync
    ASCII string: 3874Y
    Manufacturer-specified data, tag 0
    Checksum: 0x92 (should be 0x82)
    EDID block does NOT conform to EDID 1.3!
    Missing name descriptor
    Missing monitor ranges
    Detailed block string not properly terminated
    EDID block does not conform at all!
    Block has broken checksum
     

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