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Display Port Monitor Changing Resolution On Reboot

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Hi,

I have MSI AMD R7770 Graphics Card.

I am using all three ports (HDMI, DVI and Display). I have an Active adapter on my display port to connect the monitor via VGA.

I tried using the Catalyst software as well as Windows to detect and also set resolutions. I managed to set everything correctly, but when I reboot, the monitor connected via VGA through the display port changes resolution and my monitor order changes.

I have used the most updated drivers from AMD.

I am using Windows 7 Pro x64

Any idea on how I can fix this so the resolution stays the same throughout any reboot, etc?

Thanks!
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What is set as primary display?
Windows might be defaulting to it and changing other displays to compatible resolutions.
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When you say primary do you mean the screen the desktop is set too?
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Assuming you are using windows

The display which is cheked as "use as primary monitor" or display 1.
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