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Custom resolution is not supported on the Intel display

maks_d_0
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Hi all. Who knows what to do if you can't create a custom resolution on your laptop, like 1080x1080. Previously this was possible, but after the update - itnel Graphics writes that "Intel does not provide custom resolution on the display." If anyone knows what to do, thanks in advance for your help. I've been looking for a solution for a year now. laptop model Acer Aspire e5-576G MX940, I3-6006U

 

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But I don’t have a separate monitor now, is there any way to do this? Or return the driver

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LeonWaksman
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Download from the Microsoft Store and install the Intel Graphics Command Center (Beta) application. 

Using the Beta version you will be able to set the custom resolution.

Leon

 

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maks_d_0
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Senkuchan
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It appears there's a limitation. I have come across several articles that discuss this topic in detail, which might provide further insights. Here are the links:

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000057537/graphics.html - Error: "Custom Resolution is Not Supported on Internal Displays" in Intel® Graphics Command Center

 
https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000057700/graphics.html - Scale Options Are No Longer Available After Updating the Intel® Graphics Command Center 

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