I saw that there is not a driver update for Windows 10 for my ATI card but wondered if there is some other kind of workaround for the wide screen display? The distortion is driving me up the wall.
Without knowing what your ATI Graphics card is, it is impossible to answer your question.
Sorry - picked up the wrong information. Used the Autodetect feature and it shows graphics hardware: A-Series APU. I had the info from the card itself last month when I first started looking for an updated driver, but can't find where I had it. Looking at the history where I was searching a few weeks ago, it shows ATI Radeon X1300/X1550 series
I'm not sure I understand.
Do you have an A Series APU or an Radeon X1300/X1550 ?
If you have an X1300/X1500, then your options are limited to Windows Update drivers since that is a long discontinued product.
If it's an A Series APU, then your options will depend on what exact model you have. Windows 10 Driver Support for AMD APU Graphics Products
When I use the autodetect utility from the amd website it shows A-series but when I looked up the numbers on the graphics card it's the X1300/X1500 series. I am aware that the driver update isn't supported --- that's why I mentioned that in my original post. I was just asking if there any settings I could change to help cut down the width displaying on the screen
If your graphics drivers are not supported for Windows 10....you should expect to have these type of issues. Using a compatible OS would solve the problem.
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