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  1. Posts : 20
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    Driver problem


    I have Windows 10 x64 H2 Pro. I have a problem with my graphics card drivers. After running the application in the center of the monitor and turning the monitor off and on. Aaplikacja escapes into the left top corner of the monitor. I am asking what to do to fix this problem. Thank you in advance for any information.
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  2. zebal's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 20H2 (Build: 19042.867)
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    If you don't have this problem with other programs then the problem isn't driver but this program.

    Unrelated to original issue, but to view chess games and have game databases a much better would be:
    Scid - Chess Database Software
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  3. Posts : 20
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    zebal said:
    If you don't have this problem with other programs then the problem isn't driver but this program.

    Unrelated to original issue, but to view chess games and have game databases a much better would be:
    Scid - Chess Database Software
    There are also problems with other applications.
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  4. zebal's Avatar
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    Did you try to update chipset and GPU driver?

    There seem to be several "solutions":
    How can I stop windows re-positioning after waking from sleep? - Super User
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    zebal said:
    Did you try to update chipset and GPU driver?

    There seem to be several "solutions":
    How can I stop windows re-positioning after waking from sleep? - Super User
    I did driver updates by windows updates. My card is ATI Radeon HD 4600. I have only one monitor connected. I will add that when I uninstalled the drivers from the card, there was no problem. As the drivers installed the problem is back.
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  6. zebal's Avatar
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    There aren't any official drivers for your GPU:

    The last operating system supported using the AMD drivers was Microsoft Windows® 8 with the AMD Catalyst 13.1 driver package, which can be downloaded from the AMD Driver page: http://support.amd.com/en-us/download
    https://www.amd.com/en/support/kb/re...rad-win-legacy

    Did older original driver work?
    If you're using laptop, you should visit site for your laptop.

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    Krzychumagmag said:
    I have Windows 10 x64 H2 Pro. I have a problem with my graphics card drivers. After running the application in the center of the monitor and turning the monitor off and on. Aaplikacja escapes into the left top corner of the monitor. I am asking what to do to fix this problem. Thank you in advance for any information.




    I have the exact same problem with all windows. And I'm running an RTX 2070.
    Nothing will fix it, really.

    I used to just turn the monitor off when I left the computer (GTX 780 Ti). But with the RTX 2070, I have the problem
    So... I just set the monitor to "sleep" after 5 minutes, instead.

    There is one 3rd party program that helps a little bit... it's called: Persistent Windows
    Just Google it, it's free.
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  8. Posts : 20
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    zebal said:
    There aren't any official drivers for your GPU:


    https://www.amd.com/en/support/kb/re...rad-win-legacy

    Did older original driver work?
    If you're using laptop, you should visit site for your laptop.

    Please fill in "My Computer" specs here:
    https://www.tenforums.com/profile.php?do=extra
    I don't have a laptop, I have a desktop computer - the monitor has a 24-inch resolution 1920x1080. My monitor is NEC Ea245wmi-2. Please write how to change all this in the registry for my monitor. I have AMD 13.1 drivers installed and Windows updates done.

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    Ghot said:
    I have the exact same problem with all windows. And I'm running an RTX 2070.
    Nothing will fix it, really.

    I used to just turn the monitor off when I left the computer (GTX 780 Ti). But with the RTX 2070, I have the problem
    So... I just set the monitor to "sleep" after 5 minutes, instead.

    There is one 3rd party program that helps a little bit... it's called: Persistent Windows
    Just Google it, it's free.
    But people write that you have to change the registry.
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  9. zebal's Avatar
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    Sorry I don't know what registry items should be modified, the "solutions" in link from Super User I gave you are related but maybe not exact to your problem
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    zebal said:
    Sorry I don't know what registry items should be modified, the "solutions" in link from Super User I gave you are related but maybe not exact to your problem
    I understand and thank you zebal.

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    Ghot said:
    I have the exact same problem with all windows. And I'm running an RTX 2070.
    Nothing will fix it, really.

    I used to just turn the monitor off when I left the computer (GTX 780 Ti). But with the RTX 2070, I have the problem
    So... I just set the monitor to "sleep" after 5 minutes, instead.

    There is one 3rd party program that helps a little bit... it's called: Persistent Windows
    Just Google it, it's free.
    You can change it in the Windows registry and did you try to change it .

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    I am wondering one question - does this apply to all people using Windows 10 x64.
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