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Windows 7: Duplicate Displays - ATi

06 Feb 2009   #1

XP + 7
Duplicate Displays - ATi

My graphic card is Radeon X1950 Pro. I'm using CCC ver. 8.2.

I can't clone display from monitor to my TV (an old CRT connected via S-VIDEO).

I was trying to do this in CCC but nothing happens. So I used Window's option - "Screen Resolution" and I get this error:

I was also trying to lower resolution, but still nothing happens. I add that Extending Displays working fine.

I'd be really grateful if someone could help me solve this problem.


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06 Feb 2009   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

catalyst 9.1 is available now.
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06 Feb 2009   #3

XP + 7

I tried this but not working, too.
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23 May 2009   #4

Windows 7

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by RufuS View Post
I tried this but not working, too.
I'm using CCC 9.4 and I am still having problems.
I heard one of the Microsoft people say this is a known problem and they are working on a fix. We'll see.
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