Finally got it working. Had to set up eyefinity a different method. Kept trying to detect all the monitors but catalyst would glitch out once all monitors detected and trying to enable eyefinity. Solution to this was to enable all the monitors by creating an extended desktop and turning all monitors on this way. After that, use catalyst to create eyefinity through current arrangement.
But paul, I still encounter the same issue as before and not sure if there is a solution to this. Prior to this video card, I had dual 7970s with the MST hub going from DP to mini DP into the graphics card. Everytime the monitors go to sleep, eyefinity fails to work upon waking the monitors up. I upgraded video cards and now connect with just the display port. Updated catalyst drivers to 15.7 which is the latest full release as of today and still the same issue. Monitors work perfectly fine until they go to sleep. After that, everything gets wonky and arrangement goes out of whack. Has a solution been figured out for this?
How long does it take for Support to email back? I emailed them early today
rev ao 2.1
after multiple issues and multiple blue screens of death, there doesnt seem to be a viable solution other than leaving all my monitors on and manually turning them off.
New update. good progress. Now after returning from sleep, accessory monitors keep moving position, but eyefinity stays the same. another issue that arises is that 4 out of 5 monitors have no background image.
So, monitors went to sleep, upon waking up, monitors 1-3 which are connected to the MST Hub became disabled and left only monitor 5 on. When trying to re enable them, display driver crashed and all screens went blank, calling for a hard reset. Screens still not functioning properly….
so heres the update.
Reconnecting monitors 1-3 to the MST Hub, I let the computer go back to sleep. Upon waking up, monitor 4 (accessory) is disabled and monitor 5 (accessory) becomes primary monitor. Monitors 1-3 work, but I have to use Catalyst Manager to make the eyefinity set up the primary monitors.
Using the scan button gave me the BSOD during one of the times I tried to see if my monitor configuration would remain the same.
Im thinking an alternate solution may be to connect accesory monitors to MST Hub and run my main monitors off the video card.
My monitor arrangement keeps going awry as well
I will keep you updated on the progress as I try to figure this out….
In all honesty, this MST Hub has been nothing but difficulties after hearing reviews touting its versatility and usability. As it stands, ive dropped 170 bucks on something that hasnt really worked…yet….
Lol, nevermind, found the scan button. let me see if it will work with my original set up with monitors 1-3 attached to the hub.
Running 7970 in crossfire.
What button is the scan button? I feel like this is a simple issue, but for some reason I cant figure out the scan button, lol
Yes, I have the latest graphics drivers. Did the driver uninstall as suggested in previous threads. Uninstalled and did a fresh install of the driver. Problem still persists.
After reinstalling the graphics driver, problem is slightly worse. After waking up monitors, 2 of my 3 screen in eyefinity dont show the back ground, just a blank black desktop.
Previously when I first messaged you, I had screens 1,2,3 (eyefinity monitors) hooked up to MST. I removed one of the screens and attached it to my graphics card. So now the MST Hub only has screens 1 and 2 connected to it. Slightly better, but my screens still going wild after going to sleep. Should I attached the accesory monitors (screens 4 and 5) to the MST hub?