P377sma (np9377-X8) 3D vision emitter working

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  1. DARCODER

    DARCODER Notebook Deity

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    i plug a nvidia 3d vision emitter in the port of our p377sma and it was detected well. i just install the driver as usual without mod needed.
    I took this 3d emitter from my old m17x r3.
    Then i connected my projector who is 3d vision supported and i test battlefield4 and it was working perfectly.

    What i will try next, is to plug back in my edp port my 120Hz screen and i hope it will work ( even if i guess it will not)



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    ( yes it is a p377sma with a p375sma barebone where sounds lights are working well too)
     
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  2. tolyn13

    tolyn13 Newbie

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    Which bios, driver ? My emitter p370em3 does not work.
     
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  3. Prema

    Prema Your Freedom, Your Choice

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    You don't need an internal emitter for external 3D driver function. Every system does external 3D out of the box. You can use regular USB emitter in case you want to use NVIDIA type glasses.
    Internal screen 3D works only with 3D license, just like g-sync, SLI, Optimus etc. Emitter won't help, sorry mate.
     
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    tolyn13 Newbie

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    When I flash P377sma on P370SM3, everything works well, it's not convenient when I want to watch 3d, it is necessary to flash the BIOS.
     
  5. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    It would be nice for it to not be so locked down. They should of at least had a software unlock for it on a non firmware approved system.
     
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