Windows 10: lost resolution 1440 900

  1.    21 Oct 2017 #1

    lost resolution 1440 900

    (windows 10,Last drivers nvidia)Once day i switch on pc and see what my native resolution has become 1024 768 but native resolition monitor 1440 900 i'm trying switch off,reinstaill driver for videocard(when i connect tv all be ok 1980x1080),trying connect monitor to second pc(windows 8 and old nvidia drive) but native resolution 1024 768. Now i add 1440 900 in nvidia control panel,but game don't see that. What i should do?
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  2.    22 Oct 2017 #2

    SMADY : I had an issue with my GTX 750 not wanting to accept nvidia drivers and thus the display adapter properties showed as a standard display adapter after the 1709 update.

    I took a few days to study the problem including trying some different nvidia drivers which would not install before reverting back to win 10 ver 1703.

    Today I reinstalled the update to ver 1709 and when the desktop screen came back up, I installed nvidia drivers ver 384.94 which is the ver that was working with win 10 ver 1703.

    All is working well now and I am back at display resolution of 1920 x 1080

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