|31 Jan 2010||#1|
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GeForce 9500 Issue
There is a known issue with the NVIDIA drivers for the 9 series boards that cause problems when going from the GPU's DVI to the HDMI input on the monitor. Evidently, the GPU thinks it's connected to a TV, and it causes issues with the resolution and the image on the monitor is off center to where part of the left side of the screen is not visible on the monitor. XFX sent me a hotfix that fixed this issue when I was using Vista. But now that I have upgraded to Windows 7, the hotfix no longer works. Has anyone else run into this issue, and if so, have you herd of any fixes for this problem? My monitor only has HDMI and VGA. when using HDMI I cannot access the start menu and it looks like crap. When using VGA, it just looks like crap.
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