Discussion in 'General Software' started by KennyT772, Jan 30, 2007.
Anyone know how i can get around it? it is my computer and I have full rights to the system.
what about if u just use the driver instead of CCC
well i would like to set some of the driver options for benchmarking etc. last time i used atitraytools it wouldnt set anything.
i am talking about driver settings such as forcing aa/af etc.
Those settings are readily available in ATITool just open it and minimize it . When it minimizes down by your clock ,you right click on it and there you have the option to force AA+AF....has always done well by me! Try it out and see how it goes.
I ran into that issue once, I can't remember what I had to do, but I had to login to the suite or something stupid....
So we are on the same page ....I'm suggesting just the video driver and ATITool......ATItraytools is a whole different bird! Tried traytools myself once ....didn't care much for it . Lasted on my pc for about a week.
Are you doing this threw remote desktop?Kinda looks like it. Either that or you dont have admin rights .Right click on the desktop start button (of the PC with CCC) and does it say open all users explore all users?
your not logged in as admin? thats what it looks like
On vista, there is this weird thing you have to enable... could it be that?
well im logged in as admin and im not doing this threw remote desktop, thats to another rig.
Reinstall .net 2.0
that won't do anything... now .net 3.0 beta might.
I have seen this before and honestly I tried EVERYTHING/ Reinstall
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