|08 Jul 2010||#1|
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ATI Catalyst Control Center (CCC) not displaying "Theater Mode" option
I have read quite a few threads talking about this both here and elsewhere and none of them seem to give me any advice that both applies to my specific situation and resolves the issue.
I am using an XFX 5770 card with a dual monitor setup and would like to be able to run theater mode l did in the past on my old system with a 4650 card (XP installed on the old system).
The two monitors are the same that I used on the old system when the theater mode worked as are the cables (HDMI to a 52" Samsung and DVI adaptor to VGA cable for a small regular monitor). Since the cabling and the monitors are the same as they had been when it was working on the other system I ruled them out the cause of the trouble.
I have tried the 10.6 and 10.5 CCC versions and nothing seems to work.
Here is a screen grab of what the CCC looks like for me without the theater mode option:
Yfrog Image : yfrog.com/j8snip6j
Any ideas or suggestions would be appreciated.
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