Windows 10: Blurry Screen Windows 10 (Dual monitor)

  1.    29 Jul 2015 #1

    Blurry Screen Windows 10 (Dual monitor)


    Hello everyone, I just updated to Windows 10 and already having problems. I have a dual monitor setup and back on windows 8, both monitors had a good display. Now on windows 10, my main monitor has a blurry or less quality compared to my second monitor. It was always fine until I switched windows. If anyone could help that would be amazing!
    Thank you!
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  2.    14 Aug 2015 #2

    Possible Solution


    Might be a bit late to this thread, but I just came across the same problem myself and found something that works for me. This only really applies if you've got an AMD graphics card, but:


    1. Open the AMD Catalyst Control Center (essentially the options/settings program for AMD graphics cards).
    2. Select 'My Digital Flat Panels'.
    3. Select Properties.
    4. Use the dropdown menu to select the screen you're having issues with.
    5. Under Preferred Scaling Mode, make that Maintain Aspect Ratio is selected.


    I'm not sure whether this is a new thing with Windows 10 that it automatically switched me to upon upgrading, or if it was an old options that doesn't work properly with the new OS, but when I opened the options I saw I was set to 'Scale Image to Full Panel Size', and changing to 'Maintain Aspect Ratio' fixed my blur issue.

    Hope this works for you!
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  3.    14 Aug 2015 #3

    I did all that you mentioned and still had a problem and then my brother tried something else, which was
    Scaling Options (Digital Flat Pack) and he reduced the size down from overscan to underscan, until the window fit in my screen. Thank you very much for the suggestion, which lead me to the solution, otherwise I would not have found an option, and was considering, rolling back to Windows 8.1
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  4.    16 Aug 2015 #4

    ZoboCamel said: View Post
    Might be a bit late to this thread, but I just came across the same problem myself and found something that works for me. This only really applies if you've got an AMD graphics card, but:


    1. Open the AMD Catalyst Control Center (essentially the options/settings program for AMD graphics cards).
    2. Select 'My Digital Flat Panels'.
    3. Select Properties.
    4. Use the dropdown menu to select the screen you're having issues with.
    5. Under Preferred Scaling Mode, make that Maintain Aspect Ratio is selected.


    I'm not sure whether this is a new thing with Windows 10 that it automatically switched me to upon upgrading, or if it was an old options that doesn't work properly with the new OS, but when I opened the options I saw I was set to 'Scale Image to Full Panel Size', and changing to 'Maintain Aspect Ratio' fixed my blur issue.

    Hope this works for you!
    I have a Gefore in mine. I will give it a try, I hope I can fix it. Microsoft has been trying to help but it isnt getting to far.
      My ComputerSystem Spec


 

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