Windows 7 and Onboard ATI HD3200

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  1. porky996t
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    Hi Guys,

    I upgraded to Windows 7 yesterday and everything is working great. Never worked better in fact!

    I have the Gigabyte motherboard with onboard graphics (ATI HD3200) and download the latest Catalyst Control Centre that is compatible with Win 7. Whilst this works fine and everything plays back really well, I use the 1080 x 1920 screen resolution, and this leaves a small black border around the TV picture. In a previous version of Catalyst CC I had (maybe 8.5??) when using XP there was a control slider which could be adjusted that would "zoom" or expand the picture to the fit the TV screen exactly.

    I have visited the ATI support site and have got a list of all previous revisions of Catalyst CC that are compatible with Win 7 - it appears there are a few :rolleyes:

    My question is, does anyone know which version I should use that has the "zoom" option and is Win 7 friendly??


    Thanks in advance of any suggestions.





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    Thanks for the info Ryan - absolutely spot on!

    Very obvious when told where to look!



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