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Could someone tell me why Catalyst™ Install Manager doesn't remember the settings for monitor #2? I have to reinstall Catalyst every time I reboot.



 
 
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Default Could someone tell me why Catalyst™ Install Manager doesn't remember the settings for monitor #2? I have to reinstall Catalyst every time I reboot.

Could someone tell me why Catalyst™ Install Manager doesn't remember
the settings for monitor #2? I have to reinstall Catalyst every time I
reboot.
 




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