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  1. Posts : 4
    Hoang viet duc
       #31

    My laptop use Amd firepro m6100. When im done up to win10. I cant change anything on power option, and some setting anyway. How can fix it. I am not profestion with computer.
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  2. Posts : 28
    Windows 10 Pro 64 bits
       #32

    Why only AMD and NVIDIA support Windows very fast, why Intel taking it too long, we may can wait, but our PC can't wait for that Intel, please Intel, support for Windows 10 as fast as possible
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  3. Posts : 4
    Hoang viet duc
       #33

    Cái đấy th́ tôi cũng chả biết. Chậm chắc thôi. Lên rồi giờ không biết sao không chọn power option đc. Chạy balance th́ dùng làm sao đc. Nhu cầu th́ cần chạy ultra. Dạo quanh xem ntn. K thích mai về lại w7 cho lành
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  4. GCF
    Posts : 7
    Windows 10
       #34

    After win10's installation my external monitor has black borders.


    This was happening also with win7 after installation. with catalyst control center [which I cannot open anymore in win 10 :-(...as I have an ATI Mobility Radeon HD4670 which is not supported] I could easily fix the issue:


    - open Catalyst Control Center
    - go to My Digital Flat-Panels
    - choose Scaling Options
    - slide the slider all the way to the right (so that it is a 0%)


    So, this is a monitor scaling options (or border padding I think in windows) issue that I need to fix. I searched everywhere but I cannot find any fix in win10.

    Monitor: Dell S2440L 24" full HD 1080p. Resolution is set to 1920x1080 which is the native resolution of my monitor. It's set as Generic pnp monitor. The ATI Catalyst Pro Control Center does not open. and the new driver does not work with my ATI mobility radeon HD 4670.


    I think the monitor used to have a scaling option (if auto adjust in the OSD menu was such an option, which I actually never used as I used to scale with CCC) but now when I click on menu the auto adjust function is greyed and cannot be used. I cannot say for sure if it was always greyed as in fact I never used it before.

    Thanks in advance for any help. This is getting really annoying. I just don't see how there cannot be a fix for something so trivial as scaling / adjusting monitor's borders.

    Giancarlo
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    Posts : 284
    Ten
       #35

    I am using the 15.7.1 version on my AMD 7850.
    So far I have had only one crash of the graphic drives but they loaded back up in 1 minutes but 10 minutes later I got a BSOD. Apart from that, no issues so far.

    Using a dual monitor setup here.
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  6. Posts : 138
    Windows 10 x64
       #36

    lolcocks said:
    I am using the 15.7.1 version on my AMD 7850.
    So far I have had only one crash of the graphic drives but they loaded back up in 1 minutes but 10 minutes later I got a BSOD. Apart from that, no issues so far.
    Question, do you happen to play Dota 2 at all? Just wondering since there's quite a few people complaining about bad stuttering and FPS drops in Dota 2 running Windows 10 with either the 15.7 or 15.7.1 drivers (myself included).
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  7. lolcocks's Avatar
    Posts : 284
    Ten
       #37

    LovingWindows said:
    Question, do you happen to play Dota 2 at all? Just wondering since there's quite a few people complaining about bad stuttering and FPS drops in Dota 2 running Windows 10 with either the 15.7 or 15.7.1 drivers (myself included).
    No, I don't at DotA 2.
    So far I have played the following without any lag issues what so ever:
    1. Battlefield 3
    2. GTA 5
    3. Heroes of the Storm
    4. Hearthstone
    5. Heavily modded Skyrim, over 200 mods running including ENB.

    With all these 5 games, not a single issue.
    All of them were played at medium or high, Skyrim at Ultra. All at 1920 × 1080 resolution.

    No issues. I did a clean install of Windows 10.

    What issues are you having exactly?
    Do they persist at all times?
    Are the happening during other games as well?
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  8. Posts : 1
    windows 10
       #38

    I have 2 monitors both set to 1920 x 1080 extended and had no problem with windows 7. Now update to windows 10 and my main monitor has the half inch black border all around it and my other monitor is perfectly fine.

    I have see this:
    - open Catalyst Control Center
    - go to My Digital Flat-Panels
    - choose Scaling Options
    - slide the slider all the way to the right (so that it is a 0%)

    There was no catalyst control panel when after i upgraded to windows 10 so I downloaded the latest from the website for 64 bit windows 10 and some error shows after install. I can open the program but all the options that i am seeing people show where they go to scaling are not there. I have ATI Radeon HD 4200 and downloaded 15.7.1

    What can I do to get this fixed?
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  9. lolcocks's Avatar
    Posts : 284
    Ten
       #39

    ron200 said:
    I have 2 monitors both set to 1920 x 1080 extended and had no problem with windows 7. Now update to windows 10 and my main monitor has the half inch black border all around it and my other monitor is perfectly fine.

    I have see this:
    - open Catalyst Control Center
    - go to My Digital Flat-Panels
    - choose Scaling Options
    - slide the slider all the way to the right (so that it is a 0%)

    There was no catalyst control panel when after i upgraded to windows 10 so I downloaded the latest from the website for 64 bit windows 10 and some error shows after install. I can open the program but all the options that i am seeing people show where they go to scaling are not there. I have ATI Radeon HD 4200 and downloaded 15.7.1

    What can I do to get this fixed?
    Hmmmm, I am using dual monitor as well, but one monitor is 1280 × 1024 and other is 1920 × 1080.
    I don't have this issue.

    Did you upgrade or clean install?
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  10. Posts : 1
    Windows 10
       #40

    My laptop uses an AMD E1-1200 APU, which has a Radeon HD 7310M graphics unit, and is now running Windows 10 x64. And here's my story:
    - 15.7.1 apparently doesn't support that chipset (despite it not being so old). So i couldn't install it
    - 15.7 gave me problems with brightness & hardware acceleration. Some mp4 (and even youtube) videos simply wouldn't play. This is the one which was provided by MS via windows update
    - 14.12 wouldn't even run. Windows would fall back either to the basic MS display driver or to the 15.7 driver.

    The only driver which worked fine for me was the 15.6 beta. So to anyone out there having driver issues, try this one, it installs just fine in the final W10 builds (worked fine on the previews too)
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