Windows 10: How to auto-detect and auto-adjust max.resolution?

  1.    10 Mar 2017 #1

    How to auto-detect and auto-adjust max.resolution?


    Assume I boot Win10 from an USB flash drive on various computers.

    The max possible resolution differs from computer to computer.

    I could always manually fiddle through the menus and set the current max.possible resolution manually.
    But this is uncomfortable.

    Is there a utility or cmdline command which searches automatically for the max possible resolution and set it up accordingly?

    Peter
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  2.    13 Mar 2017 #2

    theres a thing called EDID that should do it for you without any extra tools or command lines. its basic stuff for all the analog or digital video signals between pc and monitor.

    things like bad / wrong cable can do the issues easily.

    Extended Display Identification Data - Wikipedia
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