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Windows 7: ATI ccc error

07 Jul 2010   #11
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windows 7 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by fishnbanjo View Post
Being as it went to 800x600 resolution is a piece of cake, all one must do to see what resolution is available to them would be to right mouse click on the desktop and choose Screen Resolution. You would then be treated to a lovely array of all the resolutions your monitor is capable of accepting, you then choose the one that looks the best when you do a preview and if it does not fill your screen choose Landscape and it should.
fishnbanjo do u think i must have not thought about it. it was first place where i went and there were option too but not 1366x768 resolution.


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07 Jul 2010   #12
fishnbanjo

Vista 64 Ultimate, Windows 7 64 Ultimate, Ubuntu 9.10
 
 

Then the question that begs to be asked is did you look for this resolution specifically after the 800x600 resolution came on once you had booted from removing driver and video in Control Panel or after you reloaded CCC 10.3 with the drivers. If just after booting you were running on Microsoft's generic drivers and 800x600 was a generic VGA which is all you should see until giving the PC the opportunity to have found new hardware then loading the CCC and 103 drivers, again all you told us was it went wrong and did a restore point so it makes it difficult to reply when you have not given what had transpired. Another item missing from your specs is the exact model of your ATi GPU, we know your monitor make and model and it's max res is 1366x768 at 76-83Hz but gain w/o knowing your cards abilities the best that can be said is the drivers are at issue.
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07 Jul 2010   #13
firewire

windows 7 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by fishnbanjo View Post
Then the question that begs to be asked is did you look for this resolution specifically after the 800x600 resolution came on once you had booted from removing driver and video in Control Panel or after you reloaded CCC 10.3 with the drivers. If just after booting you were running on Microsoft's generic drivers and 800x600 was a generic VGA which is all you should see until giving the PC the opportunity to have found new hardware then loading the CCC and 103 drivers, again all you told us was it went wrong and did a restore point so it makes it difficult to reply when you have not given what had transpired. Another item missing from your specs is the exact model of your ATi GPU, we know your monitor make and model and it's max res is 1366x768 at 76-83Hz but gain w/o knowing your cards abilities the best that can be said is the drivers are at issue.

1) NO I WAS NOT LOOKING FOR APARTICULAR RESOLUTION.
2)AFTER 800X600 RESOLUTION I NEVER DIRECTLY JUMPED ON TO 1366X768 I SAW AVALIABLE RESOLUTION BUT NEVER FITTED EXATLY LIKE 1366X768 RES. OTHER RES. WERE DISTURBING TO EYES.
3) AS YOU SAID 800X600 WAS A GENERIC VGA THAT I SHOULD SEE CORRECT I DID. THEN I INSTALLED CCC THN ALSO THE RESOLUTION OF 1366X768 WAS NOT THERE.
4)i dont know how to find exact model of your ATi GPU?
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07 Jul 2010   #14
fishnbanjo

Vista 64 Ultimate, Windows 7 64 Ultimate, Ubuntu 9.10
 
 

I seriously think the model of your ATi card is most important at this time, I use twin 4870M's in CrossfireX in my M17x and they are happy running the Alienware 103 version of ATi's CCC since they are OEM cards, my desktop is running 10.6 from XFX because it is using an XFX 5870 xxx Edition and my wife's laptop is running a Legacy Driver from ATi because the ATi 9800m 256Mb is a Legacy Productand also OEM, i.e. CCC will not support it. There's a chance this is what you are experiencing or possible that your video cannot support your monitor, I still believe a 1024x768 in Landscape mode should work quite well with your 19" screen since when I run the Unigine Sanctuary Benchmark Video tests on my 37" HDTV it uses the 1024x768 full screen mode and it's phenomenal.
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07 Jul 2010   #15
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windows 7 64bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by fishnbanjo View Post
I seriously think the model of your ATi card is most important at this time, I use twin 4870M's in CrossfireX in my M17x and they are happy running the Alienware 103 version of ATi's CCC since they are OEM cards, my desktop is running 10.6 from XFX because it is using an XFX 5870 xxx Edition and my wife's laptop is running a Legacy Driver from ATi because the ATi 9800m 256Mb is a Legacy Productand also OEM, i.e. CCC will not support it. There's a chance this is what you are experiencing or possible that your video cannot support your monitor, I still believe a 1024x768 in Landscape mode should work quite well with your 19" screen since when I run the Unigine Sanctuary Benchmark Video tests on my 37" HDTV it uses the 1024x768 full screen mode and it's phenomenal.


as you said take a look at the below images if they help you
1)http://img411.imageshack.us/img411/605/dxdiagz.jpg
2)http://img17.imageshack.us/img17/6389/41959414.jpg


also in 1rst image there is a place where it says 831mb is that info of my graphic card?
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07 Jul 2010   #16
fishnbanjo

Vista 64 Ultimate, Windows 7 64 Ultimate, Ubuntu 9.10
 
 

It's a Radeon 2100 and old enough not to be using CCC greater that the 10.2 Suite, i.e. it uses legacy drivers ATI Catalystâ„¢ Legacy Display Driver
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19 Jan 2011   #17
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windows 7 64bit
 
 
Solved

ok i found the solution.i downloaded drivermax software and it found an update for driver which solved my problem.
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