Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by BlackZero, Jul 25, 2012.
I get a CMD error when i run the program,
What can i do to fix this?
how about Native DX10/11 downsampling?
ToMMTi-Systems SSAA-Tool v1.02
Got Crysis running in 7680*4320 Pixel! Around 6 FPS xD
ADL = AMD Display Library.
Assuming you did not change anything else in the utility's control panel, it could be either a driver related issue or maybe something needs updating. I would start by re-downloading the application, then reinstalling the latest stable drivers (12.10), also check you have the latest windows updates, java etc.
Then run the utility with administrator privileges, also ensure your virus scanner isn't interfering, as well.
I checked all those things and nothing work, Im using a Laptop right now with a 4650 Mobility, that could be the reason?
That is quite likely why. I also have little experience or feedback regarding using this with a laptop, so can't offer much help. Though, assuming you are using a modified 12.10 drivers, it might be worth trying officially supported drivers.
yep doesn't work on notebooks i guess due to the integrated display, isn't here even working with an external display hooked up
nice, working fine here on my LG Flatron w2261vp (1920x1080)
running wow 2560x1440 only problem is text is not as clear as native but still readable and looks better with the same FPS.
BF3 looks stunning!!! no need for MSAA!
tho still wanting to get myself a native 2560x1440 screen this will do for now!
This tool works fantastic.
Just wanted to sign up to say thanks much
i got a high resolution of 2720x1530 on my lge2242t 1080p
i have HDMI going from my gpu to a HDMI to DVI dongle on my monitor.
I got this working at 2560x1440 max on my setup. It works fairly well for games that have low performance from hardware AA such as Dead Space 1/2, or no AA support such as Halo 1/2.
I'm even using this on CoD MW 1/2 since enabling SSAA blurs the game. DS + SMAA looks great and keeps the image sharp in those games.
Started using this since 2-3 days, used the newer GUI 0.6 instead of 0.2. 2560x1440 It's awesome, AC3 is giving more fps after downsampling.
How long has that "newer" version been out? I've been using the one that's been doing the rounds for the last eight months or so, didn't think to see if there's a newer one.
There is a way to have this tool working on Windows 8?
I'm getting INF digital signature (I think WHQL) error.
EDIT: to install a driver without a digital signature do the following:
- press WIN + I;
- go in Change PC settings;
- General -> Advanced Reboot -> Reboot;
- Restore -> Advanced Options -> Reboot.
The names can be a little different, I've done a literal translation from italian.
The latest version adds an AMD splash screen when starting up and allows for custom monitor inf creation from within the utility. I have updated the links, those using the last version do not need to update as a necessity. I will also update the installation instructions as required.
Presets for 16:9 and 16:10
Create window starts only with "standard definition"
Manual windows (revised text still needs to be ^ ^)
Generate INF files
start now by exe
Error window when there is no Java + forwarding to the Java download site
will not boot without AMD Catalyst Drivers
Compiled with Java 1.6
When creating the screen information will be automatically entered into the fields
Reading, deleting and creating user-specific resolutions
Reading and display adapter index
There hasn't been much interest from windows 8 users but I will update the original post if required. Thanks for the information.
The guide has now been fully updated. I have also included the windows 8 digital signature workaround in the FAQ section.
this is so fun! Wow! No drivers needed. Works like a charm!
I have a couple of question:
there is a way to get back the previous monitor driver before the trick ?
when i install a new amd driver have I to repeat the procedure?
Yes, you can reinstall the old monitor driver (by keeping a backup) or try the roll back driver feature. Just be sure to create system restore pint if in doubt.
Also, you will need to enter the maximum resolution values again if reinstalling the display driver possibly the monitor driver too. It only takes a few seconds so shouldn't be an issue for most.
My native resolution is 1920 x 1080. If I downscale using 2560 x 1440 it definitely looks better, but for instance in Crysis 1, the game is slower without any AA at 2560 x 1440 than it is at 1920 x 1080 with 8x AA!
I think I prefer 1080 8x AA over the downsampling. Performance hit is just too great.
in your case i think problem is memory