I bought a new display to finally realize my decade-old dream of having two monitors. On startup, there are some graphical errors on my old samsung syncmaster, particularly when scrolling in a window, but in general it seems linked to input. Maybe not, haven't tested it that much. This "goes away" after a minute or so, or even earlier. So far I've seen a correlation with starting and fiddling with catalyst control center and the problem ceasing, but I don't know if this is causal. A friend of mine has the same graphics board, Radeon HD5870, and he recently bought a second monitor as well, and experienced the same problem. He solved the problem using what he describes as "fucktard workarounds" at first, ie opening catalyst every time he booted up, and closing it again. But he then found some other final solution on google which he can't remember, but it was "stupid simple". Any ideas? Because right now I'm perfecting that fucktard workaround. Details: Syncmaster P2350 on DVI to DVI ASUS VN247h on DVI (board) to HDMI (display) Same resolution, had to fiddle with overscan in catalyst to get the size right on the ASUS, really strange OSD, V/H-pos and size are locked, wat?