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June 04, 2011, 01:44:15 PM
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I have searched the forums, and tried my best to solve this on my own.  I apologize if its been asked and answered.

I flash my AMD cards.  If I boot into linux, the AMDOverdrive wont work on the card.  If I boot into windows, the card works fine.  Can anyone make some suggestions as to how I make this work in Linux.

Thanks so much.
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June 04, 2011, 11:49:37 PM
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Thanks for getting back to me. I really appreciate it.
I overclocked my ATI video card a little.  Worked great.  MSI Afterburner works just fine in windows, allows me to pump it up a little.

However, when I boot the machine into Linux, AMDoverdrive opens and freezes there.  I dont know what ATIconfig is.  Is it in the linuxcoin distro, do you know.
Thanks again for your help.
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Thanks for getting back to me. I really appreciate it.
I overclocked my ATI video card a little.  Worked great.  MSI Afterburner works just fine in windows, allows me to pump it up a little.

However, when I boot the machine into Linux, AMDoverdrive opens and freezes there.  I dont know what ATIconfig is.  Is it in the linuxcoin distro, do you know.
Thanks again for your help.


aticonfig is the command-line utility that's installed when you install the Catalyst control center.

type: aticonfig --help

from any terminal.
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