extended display identification dataの例文
- If Windows is not seeing the resolution etc, it sounds like it's not getting the Extended display identification data.
- Extended display identification data ( EDID ) is a companion standard; it defines a compact binary file format describing the monitor's capabilities and supported graphics modes, stored in a read-only memory ( EEPROM ) chip programmed by the manufacturer of the monitor.
- (By the way the graphics card can usually detect the specs of the monitor using Extended display identification data which is carried by pins 12 and 15 on a VGA connector-if you were suprised that the computer knew about the monitor-I was ) . . talk ) 22 : 42, 18 June 2009 ( UTC)