No way, it actually works! I love you man!!! I never tried the previews method because I found it too complicated, so I decided to try the Regedit method instead. Before that, I was getting 1080p using a custom timing, and it worked great except that my screen was shifter 5 pixels to the left. I solved the issue by making sure my mouse was at the left edge of the screen, and then switching inputs. I just did it with a GeForce 285 GTX, driver 186.18, Westinghouse LVM-37w3se, and Windows XP 32-bit. It works like a charm. No more 5 pixel shifting, games play in 1080p as well, and HDCP shows as working fine under the nVidia Control Panel. However, I might warn you guys about something. The tutorial says there are several folders called "0000", and under one of them there is 4 subfolders with some specific names, one of them being "VolatileSettings". Well, for my particular situation, there was only 1 "0000" folder that had subfolders on it, and that only subfolder was called "VolatileSettings". I went ahead anyways, and did the remaining steps of the tutorial using that "0000" folder. I restarted, and there it was all working perfect. My computer finally sees the correct model, instead of W4207. Oh Blahman, I can't thank you enough. PS:Why does this thread keeps popping a box asking me for a username and password for some weird website. Is it just me?