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Windows does not remember screen resolution setting

Posted on 2007-11-14
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I have a computer that I am just setting up. I have added a nVidia Quattro 2 video card and installed the latest drivers from nVidia's site. Only one problem. It doesn't remember what screen resolution I set. Every time I reboot, the resolution is set back to 800x600... Which isn't good as we'd like to do some CAD on this PC.

How can I get it to stick at a resolution?
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Failing that, go to start>run>msconfig, and disable any NVidia Desktop managers, or driver helpers. Then reboot, and retest....
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Well, I ended up logging in with FUNK proxy (randomly actually) and installed 2 Windows updates ... now it's sticking.
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