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Creating a custom resolution

Joe_M_1
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Hello, sorry if this is the incorrect subforum! this is all very confusing to me.

I am trying to change my resolution from 1980x1020 to 1366x768. However, i am only allowed to change to 800x600, 1280x1024, and 1024x768.

my graphics properties panel looks like this: http://imgur.com/8ihLuC8

I also do not understand what video card i have. currently, i have in my laptop an Intel HD 4600, as well as an AMD radeon Hd 8790M. I do not know how i have two video cards at once.

I tried to install the latest driver for the intel 4600, but i got an error saying that it wont work on my operating system (win7 64 bit)

please help!

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TimP
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If your installation is up to date

https://downloadcenter.intel.com/SearchResult.aspx?lang=&ProductID=3319&ProdId=3319

it probably offers all the choices supported by your hardware under the Intel driver.  That page indicates full support for win7, separate installers for 32- or 64-bit Windows.  Mine has only 4 choices, and they weren't all satisfactory until the update.

I see when I search for an appropriate forum, I get

community is undergoing maintenance. We are working to finish our updates as quickly as possible.

there is a web page:

http://www.intel.com/p/en_US/support/highlights/graphics/4cp-hd4600gfx

Bernard
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I>>> also do not understand what video card i have. currently, i have in my laptop an Intel HD 4600, as well as an AMD radeon Hd 8790M. I do not know how i have two video cards at once.>>>

This is correct that you have two GPUs. You can simply enable in AMD GPU in Catalyst Control Center.

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