PowerColor HD 2400 Pro 256 MBrobgs - August 1, 2007
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After the system has rebooted, following the driver installation. You should configure the card to suit your personal preferences. If you right click anywhere on the desktop, you should now see an “ATi Catalyst Control Center” menu item. Selecting this brings us to the main screen for the control center where we can choose basic or advanced controls.
In basic mode, the number of choices that you can make are reduced. For those of us that may not want to be bothered with all the details, ATi has integrated most of the selections for how the video card will operate into simpler choices and helpful wizards. After choosing the “Basic” ATi Catalyst Control Center, the next screen allows us to choose from three file tabs, “Easy Setup Wizards,” “Quick Settings” and “Information Center.”
In the first tab you can select Avivo Video Converter or set up display configuration. The Avivo video converter, just as the name implies, converts video from one format to another. The display configuration is what we are after. Here you can select the resolution for your screen.
The next file tab allows us to choose from three main selections, “3D Quality,” “Video Playback,” and “Display setup.” The controls are very basic and allow you to make various changes to the configuration, without a lot of detail.
And finally, the last tab in “Basic” mode shows you what various software versions are installed on your system.