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nice bug in windows photo viewer Windows 7 RTM

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tuto    2

when you open a photo with "windows photo viewer" and then maximized the window...

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catalyst 9.8

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a1ien    63

Can't reproduce this one with Geforce 190.62, someone with the same drivers needs to comment I guess.

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Buendia    33

Fine here too (ATI X1350)

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BiGdUsTy    44

I get the same issue.

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Night Prowler    82
when you open a photo with "windows photo viewer" and then maximized the window...

nicebug.jpg

catalyst 9.8

Not here.....

Why is it when someone screws up their Windows 7 system and it starts acting buggy they jump into the nearest forum and blast Windows 7 as 'BUGGY'......

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svnO.o    26

I have Catalyst 9.8 but can't reproduce this error.

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RatherLargeBear    182
Not here.....

Why is it when someone screws up their Windows 7 system and it starts acting buggy they jump into the nearest forum and blast Windows 7 as 'BUGGY'......

Get down off your high horse.

Just because you have not had the issue, doesn't mean it's not real!

I have had this issue too. But it disappeared after a graphics driver update.

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gzuzlivz    0
Get down off your high horse.

Just because you have not had the issue, doesn't mean it's not real!

I have had this issue too. But it disappeared after a graphics driver update.

So... This is a driver bug and not a Windows 7 bug. Win7 may not be perfect, but place blame where it should be.

@NightProwler: Keep riding that high horse!

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tuto    2

i have a ATI hd4850, and bigdusty has a NVIDIA 8600 GTS with the same problem....mmmm :huh:

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gzuzlivz    0

Unable to duplicate using 8800GT on desktop and 4500MHD on laptop. x64 Ultimate on both. This has me intrigued as I manage almost 50 Windows PC's and 10 Macs. We're slated to rollout win7 in November.

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Jme621    19

can not reproduce error

cat 9.8

all in wonder hd

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saturnslullaby    5

I wonder if it may be a resolution issue since there doesn't seem to be any connection tied with brand or drivers... I tested this with my systems that are running Windows 7, here are the results:

One of my desktops using Windows 7

evga Geforce GTX 260 Core 216 SC @ 1920x1200 = Effected :(

HP elitebook #1 Windows 7

Quadro FX1800 @ 1680x1050 = No issues :)

HP elitebook #2 Windows 7

Quadro FX1800 @ 1920x1200 = Effected :(

The two 1920x1200 are effected whereas the other one isn't. I would test further but my other systems are running Vista.

Can anyone else confirm with resolution results?

edit: using 190.62 nvidia drivers. Also just a note; the issue did NOT turn up right away with the elitebook #2 - it took a few tries to recreate it.

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svnO.o    26

^ 1680x1050 resolution here with no problems. You might be onto something.

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Nagisan    248
I wonder if it may be a resolution issue since there doesn't seem to be any connection tied with brand or drivers... I tested this with my systems that are running Windows 7, here are the results:

Not the case here...

I USE to have this issue (use to as in a few weeks ago when I first reinstalled W7) but as of this moment on my 4890 Toxic running 9.8 Catalyst drivers @ 1920x1200 I do not have this issue.

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Fred 69    0

I use to have this issue in the RC with a HD4870x2 at 3840*1200

I think I fixed it by upgrading to the Windows Live Photo Viewer or something.

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+Brandon Live    232

Make sure you have the latest Nvidia drivers (either from WU or from nvidia.com).

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Lindkvist    12

Had this problem in the beta and RC builds, but have not seen it in the final/RTM (yet).

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spyre    0

It does only seem to occur at 1920 x 1200 for some reason.

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Julius Caro    55

Fine here at 1680x1050. Gonna try later on another comp with 1920x1080

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sw1tch..    7

I have the same issue but it only happens when I move the picture to my second monitor and then back to my main monitor. My main monitor is 1920x1080 and the second is 1680x1050.

I also have an issue where the color border outside the picture when it is maximized is not white its more a beige. When I move it to the second monitor it goes back to white.

So far this is the only 'annoyance' I have had with Windows 7.

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Nagisan    248

Ok, it wasn't doing it last night, but its doing it today......definitely some weird issue. I have noticed it happens on mostly 1920x1200 and it seems to happen on both nVidia and ATI cards so I doubt its a driver specific issue.

It also appears to be slightly random, for me at least, didn't happen last night but its happening today.

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h4nc0    0
Make sure you have the latest Nvidia drivers (either from WU or from nvidia.com).

I used to have the same problem but it seems to be fixed with latest Nvidia driver, 190.62.

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