I recently got a new PC, preloaded with an onboard graphics card that. The graphics card works fine except for the fact that it won't let me adjust the DVI frequency for my LCD (21") monitor. It's running in 1600x1200 resolution, and every now and then there's screen artifacts, flickr, or drop-outs of the picture.
In the past the only way I found to solve this was to use an ATI card, and within the Catalyst Control center, set "alternate DVI mode" and "reduce DVI frequency on high resolution displays."
So I've got my new ATI card now (wasn't very expensive), but whenever I try to install the latest Catalyst Control center (v 9.2) for my card (ATI Radeon HD4350), I run into all the darn Implementation errors:
- Could Not Load File or Assembly CLI.Implementation
- Could Not Load File or Assembly CCC.Implementation
- Could Not Load File or Assembly MOM.Implementation
I've read in your community site that the fix is to install MS .NET framework version 1.1 alongside 2.0, but my PC only has 3.5 SP1 installed. Any ideas how to get the ball rolling on this one?