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Desktop not Fullscreen

Discussion in 'AMD / ATI' started by Castiel, Mar 21, 2011.

  1. Castiel

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    I just got done building a new PC, and I this is the first time I have actually used Catalyst Control Center. And after installing the updated graphic driver and everything by desktop is not span accrossed my whole screen. I have a 24" monitor and its showing like its on a 20" monitor.

    I looked through my monitor and everything and I can't use it to stretch out the screen, is there something in CCC that will fix this?

    And my resolution is sitting at 1920x1080, at 60hertz, so I don't know why its not working.
     
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    Pix? Did you try adjusting the resolution? And is it like that online and in all programs or just the desktop?
     
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    I checked the new CCC and its much the same.
     
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    I would assume that you are in fact using a DVI or an HDMI cable and not a vga....correct??
     
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    well known ATI HDMI bug. easy fix.

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    you just need to set it to 100% on the overscan.
     
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