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PLP Eyefinity Bezel comp broken since Crimson

Question asked by 7hebutch3r on Nov 1, 2016
Latest reply on Nov 1, 2016 by goodplay

Ever since the Crimson driver release, anyone running Mixed orientation (for example P.L.P.) can set up the eyefinity group fine, but when you try and add bezel compensation it fails.


What specifically happens is that the two screens that are in portrait mode, switch back to landscape mode when the bezel comp config screen starts.

Then when you return, the eyefinity thinks you have all screen in landscape.


I have checked every release since crimson, and the issue remains.


To date, the only work around is to install 15.1 driver, set up eyefinitry group, set bezel comp as it worked then, and then install new crimson drivers over the top of that setup.


However, if you need to turn off eyefinity for any reason, you will have to uninstall and reinstall all over again.


Anyone know of any other fix?

Or can we get a comment from AMD that they at least know that this is broken.