I have a Samsung monitor connected to my ATI Radeon graphic card via HDMI. By default the screen has a black border around, but I can disable it in the Catalyst menu to get full screen. (There is a scalebar that I have to set to the highest value.) My problem is that every time I turn off and on my computer it changes back and I have to set it up again. It is really annoying. Is there any way to make this setting permanent?
Notes: 1. I open Catalyst with admin rights. 2. When I open the Catalyst settings menu, it looks like that it keeps my settings, because the scalebar stays at the highest point, but still it doesn't scale up my screen until I move back and forth the scale bar to the same point
Update: as a new user I cannot answer this protected question, nut I have found a solution, I also had this same problem. Solution is described at:
If you experience underscan when outputting video to an HDTV, this may resolve the issue:
sudo aticonfig --set-pcs-val=MCIL,DigitalHDTVDefaultUnderscan,0 sudo reboot
This sets the default underscan setting to false.
I did it and it finally solved the problem. This may not be the standard way to answer the question, but I think in this case it's more important that Mate knows how to fix it until AMD fixes its CCC finally.