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Thread: Missing Overscan option fglrx 10.3

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    Well the native is just 1024x720 - google will tell you that after 1 s search time. You can forget using higher res as it will not look better. I would replace it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kano View Post
    Well the native is just 1024x720 - google will tell you that after 1 s search time. You can forget using higher res as it will not look better. I would replace it.
    I know that, and it's not 1024x702 but 1280x720. I don't care about resolution; I'm trying to get the overscan feature back.

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    No it IS 1024x720! That's the native res. It can be true that it does not accept that res but every other res is interpolated.

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    I don't want to be rude Kano, but you are not helping at all. Please stop posting to this thread. Congratulations, I'm wrong.

    It doesn't matter what resolution my TV is because this feature worked until I installed 10.3. The problem is a configuration issue or an fglrx problem, not my TV.

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    Actually i have the same problem too. Until i installed 10.3 driver everything works fine (there is overscan option) and the HDTV was detected. Now its become a Projector??? and overscan feature gone (Windows version of 10.3 driver still detecting HDTV, and overscan option featured).

    I'm using HD4670, with DVI -> HDMI dongle. The HDTV is 2009 Panasonic TH-L32S10X, 32" with 1920x1080 native resolution.

    Btw the last overscan option showed up on linux fglrx CCC on my system is on 9.12 version. I was hoping 10.3 will fix that, but now shows a Projector

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    Quote Originally Posted by rx78gp03 View Post
    Actually i have the same problem too. Until i installed 10.3 driver everything works fine (there is overscan option) and the HDTV was detected. Now its become a Projector??? and overscan feature gone (Windows version of 10.3 driver still detecting HDTV, and overscan option featured).

    I'm using HD4670, with DVI -> HDMI dongle. The HDTV is 2009 Panasonic TH-L32S10X, 32" with 1920x1080 native resolution.

    Btw the last overscan option showed up on linux fglrx CCC on my system is on 9.12 version. I was hoping 10.3 will fix that, but now shows a Projector
    you sould test this on ubuntu 10.04 with the 10-4 final catalyst !

    thats because no one have any interest in 10.3 amd only dev on 2 versions in the future (10-5 beta 10-6 alpfa is right now in dev)and only the bugreports in the betadriver team can do relevant bugreports for this versions!

    a bugreport for 10.3 do have zero sense for the future drivers thats because 10-4 is allready stable in ubuntu 10.04 and the catalyst 10-5 is allready finish right now there will be no chances in 10-5 until release!

    the only chances goes into the 10-6 catalyst right now.

    in short words: bugreports on old catalyst versions do not make any sense ! only the newest version 10-4 have a little sense but not realy because the beta driver team test 10-6 and 10-5 is allready finished..

    install ubuntu 10.04 install catalyst 10-4 and bugreport for the right version again!

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    @rx78gp03

    As you have got a 1080p tv then you normally can set the picture to unscaled.

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    I found a workaround for the ati overscan problem here:

    http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1409508

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