Video Driver Issue (Input not supported)

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razqua

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Hi. So I'm not entirely sure what I did but I was using AMD Catalyst control center and I clicked on something and my monitor began displaying "Input not supported". I restarted my computer and once windows loaded up it began displaying it again. Ive been trying for some time now to find a solution. I found that safe mode does in fact work. If I go into safe mode I can delete my video drivers and restart my computer. At that point my computer will start normally and run normally for the most part(It seems I can't play games in this state). It will automatically reinstall my video drivers. Once the drivers are reinstalled and the computer restarts the problem begins again.
 

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Try uninstalling AMD Catalyst in Safe Mode then see if it normal mode works ok.
 

razqua

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Yeah. I already tried wiping every trace of catalyst from my system. That didn't seem to do it.
 

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It's probably using the basic windows graphics driver in safe mode but loading the AMD messed up driver and/or settings when it boots normally but they only take effect after another reboot.

Have you tried reinstalling AMD CCC ? Try that and if it fails try removing it again and then installing AMD CCC and the graphics drivers before restarting the computer.
 
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