Question about ATI Computers & Internet
I can get it to display the desktop, but not project video or menu screens.
Thats because your TV output is set to display as an extension of the desktop and not as a clone of it.
This can be fixed...
Do you have installed the ATI CATALYST CONTROL CENTER? Thats ATI utility that controls the card, it usually places a red ATI icon besides the clock in windows. Double clicking the icon you enter the catalyst control center, use it in advanced mode and go to the DISPLAYS MANAGER menu from the column on the left you can configure what you want to do with your displays with numerous option that adapt to any arrangement.
As always keep your drivers up to date... If your card isn't a true ATI, just a radeon built by someone else, then you might need to download the drivers from that manufacturer and use their utility. Or maybe you can force install the original ATI drivers for your card model.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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