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Windows 7: Windows not recognizing native screen resoultion (1366x768)

10 Sep 2014   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
Windows not recognizing native screen resoultion (1366x768)

Hi, please see my system specs in the profile.

My monitor is Samsung Syncmaster 632NW and the native screen resolution is 1366x768 and windows is not able to recognize it. I have tried installing the Intel video drivers from the intel website via driver autodetection.

It installed the Intel Graphics Media accelerator but even from there, I don't get any option for 1366x768.

I have tried list all modes in the screen resolution center of windows, but native res is not listed there.

The screen sometimes flickers since the resolution is not native.

Please help resolve the issue. Thanks

Attached is a screenshot for the video adapter info.

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10 Sep 2014   #2

Windows 10 Pro

Try intel driver update site, and make sure you are completely up to date there:

Intel® Driver Update Utility

IE works best.....i know.
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 Windows not recognizing native screen resoultion (1366x768)

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