Lost best resolution with April CU

  1. Clint's Avatar
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    Lost best resolution with April CU


    I had a good resolution (1366 X 768) that I could see. After the April CU, that resolution is not there any more. I reinstalled the latest drivers from ATI. That didn't do any good. I contacted AMD. They never responded. Any help will be appreciated.
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    Clint said:
    I had a good resolution (1366 X 768) that I could see. After the April CU, that resolution is not there any more. I reinstalled the latest drivers from ATI. That didn't do any good. I contacted AMD. They never responded. Any help will be appreciated.
    Have you checked here to see if it's listed:
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  3. Clint's Avatar
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    Have you checked here to see if it's listed:
    Yes I have. It's not there.
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  4. Cliff S's Avatar
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    Have you tried uninstalling the driver in device manager and rebooting?
    Letting windows do it automatically.
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  5. Clint's Avatar
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    Cliff S said:
    Have you tried uninstalling the driver in device manager and rebooting?
    Letting windows do it automatically.
    Yes I did Cliff. That did not fix it. I uninstall the device in Device Manager again, then installed the AMD driver again. This time it was there, but it didn't fill my screen. I went to the AMD Control Center, there was a box there that said enable GPU Up-Scaling. I put a check there and was able to use the slider to fill my screen. All is well. Thanks for the help Cliff.
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    You're welcome.
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