Thanks for joining the Graphics community.
I understand you are trying to obtain 2560x1080 screen resolution.
I see the processor Atom Z3775 is based on Baytrail technology, according to our engineering department, the graphics controller would support up to 1920*1080 (1080 i/p).
I regret to inform you that you would not be able to create a custom resolution higher than 1920*1080.
Thanks for your feedback. I am a bit surprised. as I read that the graphic core can run up to 2560x1600.
"The integrated video decoder supports all popular codecs such as MPEG2, H.264, VC1, VP8 and MVC and is suitable for resolutions up to 4K up to 100 Mbit/s. The user can connect up to two displays via HDMI 1.4 (max. 1920 x 1080) or DisplayPort 1.2 (max. 2560 x 1600). Another new feature is the support for Wireless Display and Quick Sync, Intel's fast and power efficient H-264 hardware encoder. Some of these features are not available on all models."
The other issue I have is that the custommodeapp.exe is not even starting. So even if I wanted to create a custom resolution it is simply not possible. Is there a Chance to dowmload the app elsewhere again?
Thanks for the information.
Custommodeapp.exe is available when you install latest video drivers for your graphics controller.
Please try to find the path manually:
- Look for the Intel application named CustomModeApp.exe or CustomModeAppv2_0
Download the latest driver here:
I have ATOM 3735D. CustomModeApp.exe or CustomModeAppv2_0 simply refuse to run. I managed to run it on the older ASUS T100TA tablet. Any hints/help?
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If CustomModeApp does not run on your device, this means that you need customized drivers from your Tablet maker.
Ricky, same config, same problem here. interestingly enough, it worked for me once I had uninstalled the Intel Graphic drivers and went with the Microsoft Basic Display adapter...hope that helps.
I'm not sure but I think you should unlock BIOS setting (if possible) and increase video memory first. ...hope this helps.