I have done some research
system32\igfxcfg.exe has now gone.
Program Files\Intel\IntelControlCenter.exe seems to be its replacement
In the registry [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\intel\display\igfxcui\Configurations] contains configurations per display
"PrimaryXX"=dword:00000400 Hex->Dec is 1024 Horizontal pixels on the primary monitor
"PrimaryYY"=dword:00000300 Hex->Dec is 768 Vertical pixels on the primary monitor
If I change these and reboot the resolution changes.
I just need to determine how to initialise a configuration...
Did you solve this? I just installed 126.96.36.1996 for my G45 and my old schemes are gone. I don't see any way to recreate them.
Not really, the only thing I could think of is making a .bat file for each scheme that sets the registry values.
Did Intel even confirm that scheme support was removed with their latest drivers? I saw nothing in the release notes.
I have not seen anything yet.
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How can the saved Display Profiles loaded by a command?
C:\Windows\System32\GfXUI.exe /SchemeName:ProfileName does not work.
Can you supply a pointer to the exact version and download address of the driver package that gave you
the "Advanced" option in the Intel GMA control panel?
Yes, I'm not able to see an Advanced option so I must be using the wrong version, except I can't find anything new to upgrade to.
Any help? This is a helpfull ability when moving between home and work (with dual-displays rotated).
I have an Intel HD Graphics setup, but I do not see the "Advanced" mode or the profile configuration screens as shown here. Is my hardware not supported or is this being restricted by software?
For the G4x series series chipset's please use the latest drivers available here. After installation and reboot, the first time you start Graphics Properties you will have the option to select the mode to run in. At this point select "Advanced".
If you already have the latest installed and need to change back to the advanced mode, open Graphics Properties, click the drop down arrow on the Mode tab, and select the "Advanced Mode".