How can you directly access the Monitor’s ‘Firmware’ (if it it refered to as ‘Firmware’)?? Are Nvidia programmers talented to the point that they know how to access the monitor’s ‘firmware’ and modify it, when 99.9% of the public knows (mentions) nothing of it? It is dangerous, yes, as Nvidia has shown, ‘messing up’ many users’ Monitors to almost an unusable state (mine included). I have urgently been looking for a way to see how the Nvidia drivers (control Panel) “Directly Accesses” the monitor to alter the ‘firmware’.
I imagine that if I can ‘see’ what values the drivers’ ‘send’ to the monitor, I will be able to work with the problem and restore my monitor to a usable state deassembling/hex editing/etc. the drivers
I have a Sony HMD-A400, worked fine until the driver’s modified the monitor’s firmware and permanantly altered brightness levels. Permanently, it’s sad because it is so dim now.