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Fixedu

Had the same problem with my ATI 5770 on HDMI with Dell 2310 monitor. Could not find the damn settings anywhere so went back to DVI. Good to know this for future reference, thanks!

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gogo9er

Everytime I log into windows I am forced to repeat these steps.  At this point when I boot into windows and go to the Catalyst driver section with the underscanning zoom option, it will say 100% already but wont actually be at 100% in real life.  I just click OK without changing any settings and its sets the screen to where it should be.

 

Not a big deal, but I hate doing it every time I log in to windows..

Is there any way to save this setting once and for all?

 

 

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Athlonite

update your driver to CAtalyst 10.10e or 10.12 and the problem will go away for unknown reason ATI broke it's under/overscan in cat 10.8 > 10.9 drivers but after suffering the same thing I found that using cat 10.10e or cat 10.12 the problem had been fixed

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