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I have been having this problem for a while, however lately I have been trying to find ways to make my netbook perform better, visually and functionally.

When I use default Radeon graphic drivers, my colour profile seems to match that of the one on my Windows install, however when I install the Catalyst drivers, I get a washed out display that looks like the brightness is too high and the contrast too low.

I have playing around with the settings in the Catalyst Control Centre however I could not manage to get the right display.

I am using Catalyst 11.12 and my graphics card is an AMD Radeon HD 6310.

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These settings work fine for me:

  • Brightness -10
  • Contrast 70
  • Saturation 120
  • Hue -30
  • Temperature 6300
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I don't know if this works because my charger has stopped working for my Eee PC, but I will confirm this as the answer because it is the only answer that gives details. – MetaDark Jun 21 '12 at 16:07

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