Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by PrMinisterGR, Mar 25, 2015.
Saying VSR doesn't work for the desktop...
well if he likes blurry OS look who am I to tell him it's bad When I look at my desktop/OS interface without glasses I know I don't like it, at all but...that just me (and probably 99% of others hehe )
I will but want to use my 1440p screen as a screen when i grab 4K or 5K screen. I find still could work i spoke to a engineer said could be a work around and should work. Not a fix more like a patch to help.
It's not VSR exactly nor would it work in Windows (afaik), but xrandr on Linux allows you to specify and output whatever resolution (within reason I guess; not aware of a hard-coded limit though) you want to the screen while maintaining the native res.
It's supposed to work much like VSR does (as in you see everything scaled in the native res), but my results (probably wrong command syntax) were that it would output the higher resolution, and you'd have to move the visible zone around (by moving the mouse on the border; think moving the visible area on StarCraft or Age of Empires) to reach what part of the screen you want:
In that way; you would lose the blur with text and be technically outputting at a higher resolution and have much more space available for GUI stuff, but it could also be a slight annoyance (and i'm unsure how this would react for games with a camera)
I was thinking it's was a windows error aswell. But lets say it's 100% possible still. Linux has proven to do this and have 100% success. I hope some smart people can fix this issue. Not even thinking it's windows tho i think it's the gpu it self on driver wise. But then again could be both windows and gpu.
Here is some Reg files i make for:
DVI,HDMI and D-Sub CRT Users
(plese make backup as always :nerd: )
Please look into this registry (i have like this right now)
Here My Blog -> http://loccothan.blogspot.com/
Onna, will this give me 4k resolution on a 280x?
No it won't.
That's a driver limitation, and possibly even a hardware one.
I click activate Tahiti but I get this error:
Like "reference to an object not set etc line 106"
obviously I don't have any ghisl folder, it's a "gift" from the programmer.
Doesn't the 7950/7970 cards support 4k with DP?
Hi, I just reverted to CAT 15.4 Beta Stable Win 8.1
No luck in VSR on CRT ;-)
Maby When Win10 arrive :nerd:
You have all in my Blog, and always make BackUp !
Just for ease of Mind
Will see on my end what this error is. The "ghisl" folder is my folder on my system. It is normal you see it as I have enable debugging on the application. Its hard to explain but that's how the stacktrace debugging work.
No worries, you will never have that file and folder created on your system. Its only an internal thing of the application.
EDIT: ok for the error, it means it didnt find the exact position in your registry.
Be sure you followed the guide, (opening CCC, rebooted, and opening CCC again)
It should not happen then. (if not working, I suggest you clean you driver and reinstall them)
Thank you, but still happen.
I've Windows 8.1 x64 on Z77 motherboard.
Radeon GPU is the primary and the only monitor connected.
It can be confused from integrated Intel HD4000? I don't know...
I've followed this order on 1st page:
1) Uninstall everything and your current drivers using AMD Catalyst Install Manager from the Programs & Features. Do not restart when prompted at the end.
2) Run DDU. Press Yes, it will restart you in Safe Mode by itself, where it will run by itself again. Select AMD and press "Clean and Restart".
3) When the restart is over, install the AMD drivers. Do not restart. Run Catalyst Control Center, and make sure it opens.
4) Run the VSR tool and restart.
Its not impossible, I didn't try this particular configuration.
It's possible that the VSR "hack" is not compatible in such configuration.
The app crash because it cant find a subkey in your registry that is usually there for applying the "hack".
Ill probably update the app to have a less ugly message
if you want me to check out, export me this registry region : " system\currentcontrolset\control\video "
I've noticed that you have the same cpu... than it can't be this.
1) Wipe all
2) Safe mode
3) DDU wipe
5) Install driver
6) Open CCC, close CCC.
7) Open VSR
My Intel GPU is disabled on my system. (In the bios in fact)
Ok, I'll try again with HD4000 disabled.
You should reboot before using VSR (after openeing and closing the CCC) and after the reboot, opening again CCC and try to use VSR there.
If you have something named Lucidlogix MVP , this can interfere.
Than what's the meaning of wipe drivers? It's a normal installation
(The to do list on 1st page need a fix).
No MVP here, but solved disabling HD4000 on devices.
Thank you a lot! :cheers: