5 Replies Latest reply on Jul 24, 2015 7:40 AM by kingfish

    new 15.7 catalyst broken

    kingabudabi

      i downloaded the new catalyst software update and upon resetting my computer my start bar and proportions of my monitor got all messed up....... i had to find a backdoor fix by resetting the scaling bu it still looks incredibly weird because the scaling is not the proper size of the monitor....... i also read online i am not the only one this has happened to

        • Re: new 15.7 catalyst broken
          kingfish

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