I hate ATI. Seriously. It keeps playing with my nerves. Today, encountered with a brand new "feature" (bug?) (edit: Not just today, but this is when I got fed up with it.):
I use my laptop and a desktop display. Nothing extraordinary.. at least it shouldn't be that much of a deal nowadays. When I start my laptop, I see the boot procedure on both screen. Then I get extended desktop. Why? I set it up like:
1: Primary: xy desktop display 1920x1080@59hz.
2: Secondary: laptop: disabled.
Why 59hz? ATI feature. With 60hz it'll make a distorted look on my display and "it's not just me". Basically you have to set it 59hz to make it report 60hz. Well.. funny stuff, nevermind.
So I want to save this and apply every time it boots. (Until it detects that the display setup changed OBVIOUSLY, like NVidia does.)
Is there a way?
(I tried not to make the post too ..."angry" but I can't really supress my feelings after using this crap every single day. It makes work a pain. But "just for this"..getting a new card... I'm not that kind of person. Also, the in-built Intel MHD4500 won't support DisplayPort for some reason.)
VGA: ATI Radeon 3650HD
Driver: 10.6 official, Windows x64 version.