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1.Delete C:\AMD folder
Do not install 16.12.x and 17.x.x drivers for now and ignore any offerings (from AMD auto updater) to update your driver.
Sorry to forgot to write what system I have, I have a:
8 GB DDR3
Windows 10 64-bit
WD Scorpio Black 750gb
Tatung 42" Full HD 1080p @60hz (type unknown)
Through a Pioneer VSX-S510 6.1 receiver
I followed your steps and now I can leave the desktop res on 1360*768 and choose 1080p in Kodi. I can now see almost the whole Kodi screen, only the edges are not visible and I don't know how to change this.
But besides this l I still can't find the option to change the desktop res to 1080p in the crimson settings. With the old drivers and software I could choose almost any res
Which way PC is connected to your receiver? Show me device manager>monitors tab (it must be opened) and list of available Windows resolutions
You can try custom resolution in this driver (16.9.2) (Radeon settings>Preferences>Show additional settings>Custom resolutions) or try this driver for experiment (it has old control panel)
Sorry but haven't been able to check this lately. Will try to add a picture later.
But my PC is connected with the Pioneer receiver with a hdmi cable. Before my new mobo and cpu i didn't have any problems at all with the combo. It's just now with the new combo.
I've tried to add a 1080p @60hz setting but it says that my receiver isn't able to receive this setting even though it's able to play 1080p @70hz!
Can you try a different hdmi cable or different receiver? Unfortunately, hdmi cables have chips embedded on their ends and these can go bad after some time (honestly, DRM sucks for end user, always)