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for some reason My sig rig won't display my 24" monitors true capabilities. While installing CCC 9.2 I get this, Driver Install: INF file was not found. My max resolution as of now is 1600x1200. My Driver fails to install.
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Install the software that comes with your monitor. I had that problem with my old Samsung 19" CRT.
I tried, It reads "select parameter" neither Digital or Analog work, it says invalid parameter while trying to install the Monitor driver.
 

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Are you connected via dvi or vga? If its dvi then its digital, and if vga its analog.

Try another driver?
 

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I think you need to use dual link DVI. Sometimes they include single link which can't handle the bandwidth needed for 1900*1200
 

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Are you connected via dvi or vga? If its dvi then its digital, and if vga its analog.

Try another driver?

dling 9.1 right now, I've tried digital first. I can't select the display adapter to install on....huh?
 

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Get this it will most likely solve your problems
. This is what everybody means by dual link. You most likely need a dual ink DVI cable.
OKGEAR 6 ft. DVI DIGITAL DUAL LINK CABLE

Edit: I would still try re-installing video drivers first and also make sure your monitor driver is installed correctly because that could still be the problem.
 

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I fixed it myself. I just tried using the Drivers that came with my card. I installed them manually and i finally fixed it. So much for 2hours + downloading 9.2 twice and 9.1...
 

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I fixed it myself. I just tried using the Drivers that came with my card. I installed them manually and i finally fixed it. So much for 2hours + downloading 9.2 twice and 9.1...

Dude just dude I don't what to say. Glad you got it fixed though.
 

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Figures.

Go ati.

True, i've tried to be a fan of both but I never have these sort of problems with nvidia. I've had some dual monitor problems with this 4850. Good that you got it sorted out OP.
 
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