Driver problem or is it Windows

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I have a problem with my new AMD notebook. ASUS A43TA. This bizarre, images that appear on the screen are not smooth, though it is set to, True Color 32bit, it looks bumpy and fissure like a 16 bit color.

Is this a problem with the driver or is it Windows (I use Windows 64bit and 64bit default drivers already installed as well). Is it because the drivers are still less than perfect, because it is AMD's new APU or something?

Does anyone have a solution?

 

 

 

 

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #99092

Driver problem or is it Windows

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Hi Agutin,

These are the steps, to verify the settings on your computer, if it is on 32bit settings and not using 16bit.
 
For Windows XP computer version:
 
1. Right click on Desktop.
2. Click Properties.
3. Settings Tab.
4. Select 32 bit in color quality.
 
You can follow similar steps and procedures, if you are using a Windows Vista and 7.
 
When identifying the cause why the color looks like 16bit instead of 32, needs to have at least a basic knowledge to know your computer specifications and the drive installed.
 
Let me give you the details on how to check the specifications installed;
 
For Windows 7 computer version;
  • Start, click on Control Panel > System, check the processor and the Rating. This will give you the information how your specification rate.
  • Driver of your hardware should be up-to-date and properly installed.
This will let you identify the problem.
 
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Answered By 0 points N/A #99093

Driver problem or is it Windows

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Hello AgustinM,

Aside from the 32-bit or 16-bit color setting, please also check the resolution. I checked the specifications of the ASUS A43TA and its native resolution is 1366×768. Please check your display settings to ensure that it is set to that resolution. LCD screens only have one native resolution.
 
Set it lower than the native resolution and you will get blurred, blocky graphics and text. Set it higher than that and the screen panning will be enabled (depending on the hardware).
 
As much as possible, don't use the drivers supplied by Windows. Use the 64-bit drivers from either the laptop's driver CD or download it from AMD/ATI's website to get the best performance.
 
Hope this helps.

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