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[BUG] Forceware 52.16 or 53.XX and overlay



 
 
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Old December 20th 03, 05:03 PM
benjamin deleaux
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Default [BUG] Forceware 52.16 or 53.XX and overlay

Hi,

I've got problems with the last forceware drivers and the overlay option.
When I want to see a movie in fullscreen on my tv while still windowed on
the PC screen, I've got the following problems :
- if the TV output is chosen as NTSC, the lower part of the picture is
missing on the TV
- if the TV output is chosen as PAL, the TV screen flickers and it usually
leads me to reboot.

Have you got the same problems, some ideas?


 




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