Fixing Incorrect monitor resolutions after update to Windows 10 ver 2004

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The Win10 update to ver. 2004 (May Update) sometimes deletes AMD Catalyst files as not compatible. The symptom to the user will be a wrong monitor resolution and a distorted screen. The simple fix is to reload the AMD Catalyst package for the AMD/ATI video card installed in the PC.

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@chfosmith from what you explained, I believe this is compatibility issue.

Are you downloading this build manually or you got it from Windows Update?

If you check for update and it won't offer you this build, please wait until it becomes ready and don't perform manual update.

This happened with my old Radeon HD 6570, fixed by simply reinstalling catalyst driver.

Updated using windows update.
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