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Eyefinity Display Issue

Im running an Eyefinity Display setup with 3 23" monitors which was running at a resolution of 5760x1080 and while playing a game i tried changing the resolution ingame to match my display and it caused the game to crash and ever since them i have been locked at a maximum resolution of 3072x768 making everything on my screens MASSIVE so nothing will fit on any of my screens and i am now unable to choose any resolution higher than 3072x768.
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    Have you tried a clean driver uninstall/re-install? Use: http://sites.amd.com/us/game/downloads/Pages/catalyst-uninstall-utility.aspx
    (Be patient. It appears to be doing nothing for quite awhile. It will tell you when it is finished)
  2. clutchc said:
    Have you tried a clean driver uninstall/re-install? Use: http://sites.amd.com/us/game/downloads/Pages/catalyst-uninstall-utility.aspx
    (Be patient. It appears to be doing nothing for quite awhile. It will tell you when it is finished)


    Well after doing this it caused several blue screens and a system repair but after i managed to fix all of those problems and re-install the drivers it does seem to have fixed the initial problem.
  3. Wow. I wonder if you have a failing card. Can you change resolutions now without a crash or screwed up display? What are your system specs?

    Check to see if you have too many things running in your Tray. Too many TSRs running in the background can cause problems. Also check your System Configuration/Start Up and see how many boxes are checked. If you have more that 8 or so, you have a lot of crap going on at the same time. Maybe too much or a conflict.

    Finally, run CCleaner and do the Clean and Registry portions both to clean up registry errors, wasted resources, and junk files.
  4. clutchc said:
    Wow. I wonder if you have a failing card. Can you change resolutions now without a crash or screwed up display? What are your system specs?

    Check to see if you have too many things running in your Tray. Too many TSRs running in the background can cause problems. Also check your System Configuration/Start Up and see how many boxes are checked. If you have more that 8 or so, you have a lot of crap going on at the same time. Maybe too much or a conflict.

    Finally, run CCleaner and do the Clean and Registry portions both to clean up registry errors, wasted resources, and junk files.


    Yeah i am having no more of the problems i was having before and everything now seems to be working well. Currently my specs are:-



    At any given time the maximum things running in my system tray is around 10 and i run CCleaner every day or 2 as it is.
  5. OK. 10 items running in the Tray is too many for me, but if all is working fine, enjoy.
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