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After i install 3DMark Vantage in win7 Pro 64bit, it alway show resolution fail and unable to test.  My Motherboard is Asus maximus IV extreme and Graphic is Asus HD6970. How i adjust the resolution also cannot run, how to solve it?
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Any way you could take a screenshot of the error you get when you say the resolution fails? If I could see a print screen of that we can try and diagnose what your issue is.
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