Windows 10: Custom resolution changes after sleep/hibernate.
Custom resolution changes after sleep/hibernate.
sup, once again!
I've had this problem since I got this computer from a friend. He didn't give me a graphics card with it so I've had to use the AMD integrated graphics (ATI Radeon 3000 Graphics) and use Custom Resolution Utility to give the card the option to use my monitor's native resolution (1600x900). My drivers are up-to-date.
I do have a problem, however, and there IS a fix because I had it working before I factory reset my PC. When I turn my PC on from sleep mode or hibernation, it will jump to a REALLY stretched out resolution (to be precise, it goes to 1280x860). When I run the restart64.exe that comes with CRU, it fixes it, so I have it pinned to my start menu for easy use after I turn my computer on from sleep.
IT'S. SO. ANNOYING. Especially because I know there's a fix but I forget where I found it.
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