Windows 10: Low resolution on Windows 10 boot screen Solved

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  1.    10 May 2017 #21

    So..i completely formated my pc.... unplugged hdd.... formated SSD and installed w10 CU using the bootable USB stick.... when everything finished updating. i restarted the PC and got the same problem ... so i think it is a windows bug or nvidia or bios...

    But i dont really suspect the bios since the problem occurs when windows is already loading... the bios boot sequence was already finished....
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    Windows 10 v1703, Mac OS X 10.12, Ubuntu Server 17.1
       31 May 2017 #22

    Just made an account to hopefully help people solve this issue which, for me, was related to CSM in the BIOS;. Disabling CSM solved this problem for me. I believe it has to do with the BIOS trying to load the boot configuration as Legacy instead of in an EFI configuration, hence the gross-looking 1024x768 resolution instead of your native monitor resolution. I have a Samsung 2560x1080 that had this same issue, and disabling CSM Boot and enforcing Secure Boot on a UEFI configuration solved this for me.
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  3.    31 May 2017 #23

    thank you for your reply... Disabling the CSM had an influence on the BIOS boot screen. Now it has a different resolution.

    But the Black screen that spawns on the WINDOWS loading screen is still here.

    Thank you anyway... i ll live with it....
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