Windows 10: Wrong monitor resolution when using KVM switch
Wrong monitor resolution when using KVM switch
When using Win10 with my monitor it correctly sets the resolution to 1360x768.
When I use my KVM switch it changes the resolution to 1024x768 which looks all wrong. I try to manually change the resolution but 1360x768 is not on the list. I have unchecked the "hide modes" in the advanced monitor setting but still no 1360x768.
The other PC connected to the KVM switch is running XP and that works fine on 1360x768 so I know the KVM is capable of using this setting.
How can I fix this?
I was thinking there must be a way of manually setting and locking the resolution or turning of the auto monitor detection.
I did some googling and found a program which looked like it would help but not for the Intel chipset (using on board graphics).
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