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I've been running on 60Hz on my current system for over a year. I installed Catalyst 10.2 two days ago. Now I can only choose from interlaced (30Hz) resolutions. I've uninstalled all the ATI software/drivers. Even using the Windows driver, I can only select from 30Hz resolutions. The detected display is the MS Generic PnP monitor which I guess is the issue?


TIA for any help.
 

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Originally Posted by qwertynerd /forum/post/18238657


I've been running on 60Hz on my current system for over a year. I installed Catalyst 10.2 two days ago. Now I can only choose from interlaced (30Hz) resolutions. I've uninstalled all the ATI software/drivers. Even using the Windows driver, I can only select from 30Hz resolutions. The detected display is the MS Generic PnP monitor which I guess is the issue?


TIA for any help.

Are you using a xonar HDAV pass through? This same issue occured for me after installing more recent nvidia drivers. Only way to resolve it was to roll back drivers. It's been a problem for drivers going back months. I think I had to go back 6+ months.
 

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No, but I'm using a Xonar 2DX - I'm missing the connection?


Thanks. Looks like another reinstall is coming my way . . .


Win7 Ultimate 64-bit

ATI 5850

Intel 920

Asus P6T Deluxe v.2

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It has to be a HDAV that takes the HDMI video stream, so it's unrelated.


Have you tried going to the CCC and forcing a HDTV resolution of 1080p 60Hz?
 

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It has to be a HDAV that takes the HDMI video stream, so it's unrelated.


Have you tried going to the CCC and forcing a HDTV resolution of 1080p 60Hz?

Ah, got it.


No I haven't - I was trying to figure it out last night but ran out of time. Thanks for the suggestion.
 
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