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Hello,

I have Compute Stick STK1AW32SC, with Windows 10 32bit and I'm using it as my car's multimedia center. I find this device excellent to this job. It is connected to 7inch LCD, I have Sygic maps and Spotify installed, and obviously mobile WiFi hotspot with LTE connection. Everything is integrated with my radio, using external ARM device (self-made PCB, connected via USB), and it pretends to be CD changer. I get all frames from radio controls on steering wheel, so actually i don't even need to use keyboard or mouse very often, because most of use cases are automated.

I would like to ask you for some advice, this is not a bug, just I can't do it as I expect: I mentioned that i have 7 inch LCD, which is true, but since i decided to replace stock 6inch LCD without destroying my dashboard, some parts of LCD screen are hidden by a cover. And here's the deal: Is it possible to change displayed area using HD Graphics drivers? I am able to do this on my desktop with NVidia's and on my workstation with ATI's card, but it seems like there is no such option in Intel's driver. What i need is to scale display (about 80%), and move it to closer to right and top (my screen is not exactly in the middle). So far I use scripts to change width and height of each application, but I can't use full screen applications, or access Start Menu or toolbars of application that were not resized. I think, that my problem is not solvable, but still i think i can just try to ask

Just to add some details, LCD is some kind of China 1280*720px display (similiar driver's data sheet can be found there http://www.haoyuelectronics.com/Attachment/HY-101-HDMI-A/Driver%20Datasheet.pdf http://www.haoyuelectronics.com/Attachment/HY-101-HDMI-A/Driver%20Datasheet.pdf but this is for 10 inch version). LCD controller does not allow to resize display. The other thing is, that it pretends to be FullHD, so i have to set 1280*720 on my own.

Any input will be appreciated!

Sorry for my english - I'm not native.

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Hi Jorgosw

Were you able to resolve this? Our latest driver 4463 resolved an issue in Win10 & scaling regarding black bars, though that's mostly with games. Not sure if it helped you as well but thought I'd check.

The 'Custom Aspect Ratio' option becomes available when the panel supports it. I use this for my LG TV at home since the screen cuts off the bottom and top of the screen natively. If your tablet supports it, this would resolve your issue. If not, I'm afraid your alternative would be to find a panel that does or it sounds like your scripts are your best bet. Hoping this helps shed some light.

http://www.intel.com/content/dam/support/us/en/images/graphics/sb/img/hdgp_display_displaysettings_s... http://www.intel.com/content/dam/support/us/en/images/graphics/sb/img/hdgp_display_displaysettings_s...

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Hi Jorgosw,

 

 

The Intel® Graphics Control Panel shows you the resolution supported by your TV according to the EDID information provided.

 

 

Regards,

 

Hellen.

 

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Thanks for your reply.

I am aware of EDID informations, I was wondering if there is any way to scale, and reposition displayed contents, independently to EDID. I know, that some of dedicated graphic cards have this functionality, so I was wondering if integrated Intel's card have the same functionality

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Hi Jorgosw,

 

 

The only way to change that will be changing the display settings physically; Intel® Graphics Controller is not allow to do this configuration.

 

 

Regards,

 

Hellen.

 

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Hi Jorgosw,

 

 

Thought I would just check in and find out if you were able to make it work.

 

 

Regards,

 

Hellen.

 

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Hi Jorgosw

Were you able to resolve this? Our latest driver 4463 resolved an issue in Win10 & scaling regarding black bars, though that's mostly with games. Not sure if it helped you as well but thought I'd check.

The 'Custom Aspect Ratio' option becomes available when the panel supports it. I use this for my LG TV at home since the screen cuts off the bottom and top of the screen natively. If your tablet supports it, this would resolve your issue. If not, I'm afraid your alternative would be to find a panel that does or it sounds like your scripts are your best bet. Hoping this helps shed some light.

http://www.intel.com/content/dam/support/us/en/images/graphics/sb/img/hdgp_display_displaysettings_s... http://www.intel.com/content/dam/support/us/en/images/graphics/sb/img/hdgp_display_displaysettings_s...

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