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Windows 7: No option for scaling with ATI catalyst control center

09 Aug 2013   #1

Win 7 Ultimate x64
No option for scaling with ATI catalyst control center

I just got rid of Win8 and installed Win7 Ult on my HP H1818 pc. I can open up the vision Engine Control Center, but have no options to scale my display.
The video card is an AMD 6450. I have tried the 13.8 and the non beta driver.
It was there in Win 8. I use this PC as a media center and it is hooked up to my Samsung led TV. The overscan is killing me, I cant see the egdes of the screen to max/min windows. ETC.

I have completely uninstalled all AMD graphic driver and Catalyst Control Center and reinstalled with the same results.
The computer is hooked up with HDMI to receiver to TV input. THis worked fine with Win8.


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09 Aug 2013   #2

Win 7 Ultimate x64

85 views and no one has any suggestions.??
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10 Aug 2013   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate Retail Box (64-bit installed) + Service Pack 1

If the PC was made for Windows 8, 7 might have so oddities, shall we say.

In the main Catalyst window, you are not offered Scaling Options under My Digital Flat panels?

What are the drivers in Device Manager for video showing for the monitors, that would be the suspect, if all just generics.

I suggest you install Display Fusion (30 day trial, I bought it) from

I looked at mine and in advanced settings I did notice a FORCE scaling.
Great app for multiple monitoring, any way!
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11 Aug 2013   #4

Win 7 Ultimate x64

HP replaced the HD with Win8 installed. Works perfect again. Well as perfect at Win 8 can be:)

Must have been a win 7 compatibility issue
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