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  1.    18 May 2016 #21
    Join Date : Oct 2015
    Posts : 2

    Quote Originally Posted by beishke View Post
    windows support remotely updated and said 1920 x 1080 was not supported and I would have to find the closest resolution. That makes no sense to me!
    I did a manufactures update and it said I already had the latest drivers.
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  2.    12 Feb 2017 #22
    Join Date : Feb 2017
    Posts : 1
    Windows 10 64bit Anniversari

    No VGA cable (max 1680X1050). Need HDMI/DVI cable to connect PC to Monitor/TV for 1920X1080

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    No VGA cable (max 1680X1050). Need HDMI/DVI cable to connect PC to Monitor/TV for 1920X1080
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  3.    25 Feb 2017 #23
    Join Date : Feb 2017
    Posts : 1
    windows 10

    Quote Originally Posted by szgromania View Post
    As the title said, I can't find my native resolution, 1920x1080 on Windows 10. I don't know how to fix this and I'm waiting for answers. Thanks.
    Hey. I had the same problem. After doing online research, here's what worked for me.

    [Step 1] Uninstall all display drivers using this utility provided by "DDU (display driver uninstaller)"

    [Step 2] Manually download (do not use auto detect) AMD/Nvidia display driver from thier website and install. Done!
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  4.    27 Feb 2017 #24

    Hi there

    If you are using HDMI cables they have to be of a decent standard to present 1080p full HD content to a monitor - what's confusing now is that HDMI has 3 current levels - the highest being HDMI 2.2 which is needed for 4K (UHD) content. I think for full 1080p content you will need HDMI 2.0 cables.

    Upgrading is always a bit of a pain but I'm getting cheesed off now when not only does one have to upgrade hardware but the !!!!!Cables as well !!!!!.

    Not sure about DVI connections.

    If you've solved the problem - great stuff - I'm just posting this info for people (and loads more are doing it) who want to use 4K UHD monitors and also play full UHD 4K content on them --- Once you've used a decent 4K monitor you'll never want to go back to even 1080p standard !!!! and believe it or not it is HUGELY better on TEXT so if you do a load of text it really IS worth upgrading as prices of these things come down. You might get away with cheap HDMI cables for some 1080p monitors - but on 4K with 4K video content -- not a chance !!!!.

    SKY Q (4K) and Virgin UHD box users - take note - these boxes are incredibly fussy.

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