11 Replies Latest reply on Jul 25, 2015 4:32 AM by pwnisher

    my resolution is gone

    pwnisher

      So guys, I was playing csgo yesterday with no problem on 4:3 1360x1024. Today, I woke up, and there was a catalyst control center update, and I went ahead and did it, and now in the game, on the 4:3 aspect ratio, I have up until 1024x768. Also some of the resolutions on 16:9 are also missing, but my native 1600x900 is there. I also tried going back to the old drivers but it didn't work. What can I do guys, I liked the 1360x1024 res. Thanks to everybody who responds.

        • Re: my resolution is gone
          dreadpulse

          do you have windows 7? mine did the same thing. go into My Digital Flat Panels > Scaling Options > Underscan your computer. if you have HDMI hooked up make sure your comp is set to 1920-1080 in control panel. hope this helps.

          • Re: my resolution is gone
            kingfish

            Hard to say with no more information than you supplied. Please read before posting

              • Re: my resolution is gone
                pwnisher

                i thought i supplied every necessary info but if you tell me what exactly do you want to know than i will be more than happy to supply the information.

                  • Re: my resolution is gone
                    kingfish

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