Upon reset, Graphic Resolution Lower
by Maurice Bowers - 4/16/12 7:41 PM
Thanks for your time and courtesy in reading this. Upon a general reset of my computer using Windows 7 I was greeted with a Dos-like 'checking' stability of my harddrive. During this I didn't see any notable errors or alerts come up and thought it best to simply let it run. Upon completing it did another automatic reset and when Windows came up it was in a low 400 X 600 resolution when I normally had over 1900 on my high definition TV. I of course went to change the screen resolution but the maximum I could obtain was 1400 x 1050. While writing this an error popped up saying: "No AMD Graphics Driver is Installed, or the AMD Driver is not functioning properly. Please install the AMD Driver appropriate for your AMD hardware." Screenshot: http://i942.photobucket.com/albums/ad261/Chaos-Ronin/graphicserror.png
My system is "iBUYPOWER Gamer Supreme 956SDLC Desktop PC Intel Core i7 960(3.20GHz) 12GB DDR3 64GB + 1TB HDD Capacity AMD Radeon HD 6950 Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit"
I've tried resetting the computer but I can't back to my normal default resolution. Any advice? I'm still very confused why this happened at all as it's still a fairly new unit.