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  Reply # 325454 30-Apr-2010 23:01
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*looks sheepish* Thanks Farenheit.. that's fixed the problem.

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  Reply # 325512 1-May-2010 09:25
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You're welcome.
Its an important group of settings that are frustratingly buried in the control panel. ATi need to sort it out.

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  Reply # 325611 1-May-2010 18:12
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It seems to be a braindead default in the CCC or drivers, happens whenever you connect a 1920x1080 screen to an ati machine over hdmi or dvi, fiend was using VGA because it was the only way to get it fillscreen till he downloaded all that bloatcrap that ATI produce just to get to that one setting.




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Reply # 325860 2-May-2010 20:11
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fahrenheit: Were my instructions really that hard to follow?


No, but sometimes people need a picture or two. Your second effort was excellent.






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