|01 Nov 2010||#1|
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Conflicting device info-ATI CCC & Windows 7
I used Vista with DVI to HDMI to my 32 inch Philips HDTV using Radeon HD 48XX card. Worked great. Upgraded to Windows 7, Windows installed its updates and I installed CCC 10.10. I installed the grey dongle as recommended. I now get no signal to the TV. There is a conflict: Windows 7 device manager shows a Philips 105S installed. NOT. I have a Philips HDTV installed. Radeon CCC desktop and displays correctly shows Philips DTV HDMI 1080p @ 60 HZ, extended. I have to believe this is part of the problem in using my dual monitor setup. Wrong driver being used. Any leads to a resolution to the lost functionality due to this upgrade to Windows 7?
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