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Can't get Eyefinity to work properly

Question asked by bramlaurens on Aug 24, 2018
Latest reply on Aug 24, 2018 by freekyleecker

Hi everyone,


I'm building a flight simulator at home and I'm using multiple PC's for the setup. I am using a laptop to render the outside view and I have two external monitors hooked up to it. One through the HDMI port and one through the VGA port. The monitor connected to HDMI is an LG widescreen and the resolution is set to 2560 x 1080. The second monitor connected to VGA is set to 1280 x 1024. The laptop screen is 1600 x 900.


My plan is to use Eyefinity to create one monitor out of these three displays and the three screens work perfectly together when using windows' extended display mode. I have set the widescreen (center) as the main monitor in the windows display settings. Now when I go into the Crimson settings and select quick installation in Eyefinity it gives an error saying my display configuration has changed and the installation could not continue, when I try again it keeps giving this error.


So then I tried advanced installation and I click "Use current arrangement" but then it says it has created an Eyefinity group with 0 displays. I can then click "make Eyefinity group" but then I just return to the same window as in the first picture. The second picture shows the "0 displays" page.





My laptop is pretty basic but it's enough to run flight simulator X.


Processor: A6-4400M

GPU: Dual graphics - Radeon HD 7520G & 7600M


I tried uninstalling and reinstalling (in safe mode) all the drivers and I tried some old non-crimson drivers aswell. All shared the same problem. I really need Eyefinity to work because otherwise the maximum size of the game (flight simulator x) is limited to the size of the laptop display and I need to stretch it across all three monitors.

Thanks in advance.



I also noticed it doesn't show the green "supported configurations for your display group" message in the additional radeon settings page as shown on this AMD help page:

Setting Up and Configuring Multiple Displays to Run in AMD Eyefinity Mode


Message was edited by: Bram Laurens