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Windows 7: Rescale Error ATI+Samsung+Windows7

29 Jan 2010   #1

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Rescale Error ATI+Samsung+Windows7

Randomly when i go into a fullscreen game....that requires a rescaling of my TV. My entire display shifts over anywhere from a centimeter to an entire inch....all i have to do to fix the issue is go into my TV menu and shift the display back over. Although this solves it it is quite an annoyance. I have had many people say that it's my TV which is APART of the problem, but not the problem due to the fact that XP did not do this only when i switched to Windows 7 did this start. My friend has windows 7 and the same TV but he has an Nvidia card....so I'm also assuming that ATI could be partially responsible.....do to the fact that it is their card doing the displaying.....I was just wondering if any1 could help me out or if any1 else has this issue

Additionally - I put my video card in my friends PC and had the same issue. He has the same TV as mem abd he also has windows 7, I then tried it on another setup. Same TV same video card but windows XP. No issues at all. So i am fairly confident that it is the three factors i have mentioned

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