1 Reply Latest reply on Aug 9, 2015 9:14 AM by kevin_intel

    Change resolution after driver install but before reboot?


      Hi all!


      I've got a question for all you graphics (drivers) experts.


      A situation overview:
      At the hospital where i work we've changed procedures and operating systems.
      Centralized IT made an image (w7) for the guest-speaker computers in the learning environment on which on first boot we're able to make changes, but on second boot the installation locks its configurations and we can change diddlysquat. When I install my graphics drivers for certain systems it requires a reboot and after the reboot i'm supposed to choose the right resolution. The big problem is that after the reboot the configuration is locked and if i select the right resolution, the system forgets this after a reboot or system shutdown.


      Is there a way to change the standard selected resolution before a reboot? (regedit, reg file or something similar)
      Or maybe delete all the resolution options except for the one i need?

      Is it possible to do this for multiple monitors?


      We use different hardware and different drivers. The drivers i'm testing with are:





        Production Version Releases


        Microsoft Windows Vista* 64

        Microsoft Windows* 7 64

        Windows* Embedded Standard 7 64


        Driver Revision:


        October 18, 2012




      *  NOTE:  This document refers to systems containing the

      *             following Intel(R) chipsets:



      * Intel(R) B43 Express Chipset

      * Intel(R) G41 Express Chipset

      * Intel(R) G43 Express Chipset

      * Intel(R) G45 Express Chipset 

      * Intel(R) Q43 Express Chipset 

      * Intel(R) Q45 Express Chipset 

      * Mobile Intel(R) GL40 Express Chipset

      * Mobile Intel(R) GM45 Express Chipset

      * Mobile Intel(R) GS40 Express Chipset



      Hope this makes any sense to you all.

      Thanks in advance!