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July 26, 2010 12:32:48 AM

Hello all, here's the deal, recently I formatted my pc, and since then I can't define the resolution of 1920x1080 in "duplicate mode" on CCC, I have a Powercolor HD5670, an Asus VW222S display and a 32" Samsung LCD-TV. Before the format, on the resolution selection menu, I had two options in HD: 1280x720 and 1920x1080. I do know that the display has a max resolution of 1680x1050 but i always was able to select the 1980x1020 resolution in the CCC (only a part of the screen appeared though). I really don't know how to solve this, I uninstalled all drivers and reinstalled them but nothing changed. Almost forgot, in extended mode the LCD-TV shows the 1980x1020 option but in duplicate mode the resolution just disappears from the selection menu. Can anyone shed some light on what's wrong?

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July 26, 2010 12:37:34 AM

Update: I've been able to add the 1920x1080 resolution so It can be selected on my Asus VW222s but in duplicate mode still doesn't show. *sigh*
July 26, 2010 6:23:28 AM

Hey there,

I understand that your LCD TV has a max res of 1920x1050 and 1680x1050 on your LCD.

Of so, in duplicate mode, both will not be able to display a 1920x1080 res, but both will be able to support a 1680x1050 res.

You should install LCD drivers from manufacturer website. There are no drivers for LCD TVs.

Installed the VGA drivers from AMD.

Good luck.
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July 26, 2010 6:00:05 PM

hunuok said:
Hey there,

I understand that your LCD TV has a max res of 1920x1050 and 1680x1050 on your LCD.

Of so, in duplicate mode, both will not be able to display a 1920x1080 res, but both will be able to support a 1680x1050 res.

You should install LCD drivers from manufacturer website. There are no drivers for LCD TVs.

Installed the VGA drivers from AMD.

Good luck.



Thanks for the feedback. However and unfortunately, Asus never made windows 7 drivers for my display. I can add as much resolutions I want to the CCC resolution selection menu of my Asus display but in duplicate mode the max is 1680x1050 :( .
July 27, 2010 5:20:09 AM

You could use the Vista driver and run it in compatability mode.
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