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ATI Display Tabs Gone


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guitwiz

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My ATI tabs are gone from display advanced settings...

I recently purchased an ATI all in wonder card for my agp slot. I installed the software and was able to get the tv display working, but there appeared to be no way to change the location where files were recorded and I didn't want to record to C:. So I uninstalled and reinstalled to drive D:, but recording still stored files on c:. I found out how to change recording files to be stored on D: and that ATI card won't work properly on D:, so I uninstalled and reinstalled on C:. But now, the ati tabs are not showing up when I go to display settings, advanced. Where did the tabs go and how can I get them back? I need the tab to enable the tv dislplay- can't get the display on tv without it. I installed all the components from ATI website too.
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austin_o

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Hi. I would clean out the drivers, remove the hardware from device manager and start over. First, download Driver Cleaner (it is free) at http://www.drivercleaner.net/. Then go to add/remove programs, and remove the ATI driver. Then go to device manager and remove the device. Then boot into safe mode and run Driver Cleaner TWICE, each time deleting all that it finds. Then reboot. The hardware wizard should find the video card, and re-install using the current driver and set it up the way you want it.
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