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I have downloaded and installed the lastest graphic driver Intel UHD 630 but I can not find the monitor driver (HP 800 G6 AiO monitor?)

So the monitor is running 8 bit and the texts are not as clear as it should be.

 

Where do I find a useable solution?

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@heymaxi -- you are looking in the wrong place.

 

It's not a "missing" configuration-file (not a missing device-driver) to declare the options for screen-resolution.

 

Click with the second (usually the right-side) mouse-button, anywhere on your desktop's wallpaper, and choose "display settings". Windows should list the available screen-resolutions, assuming that you installed the latest device-driver for you Intel UHD 630. 

 

Within "Device Manager", does it show a "generic" device-driver for the the display, or one as added when you installed the device-driver?

 

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Thank you for the answer. I have been there and everywhere and screen resolution is set for Recommended solution 1920x1080.

Display driver is from Intels site UHD Graphics 630 ver 30.0.101.1003, date 14-10-2021

In device manager the display driver is set to Generic

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I can not find the INF-file for the display at HP site to have the best solution for the screen.

 

Any idea where I can find it?

 

Thnx

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can you specify the exact model of the computer, its product number?
usually just use intel control panel to change settings if supported
you won't find a monitor driver here and certainly wouldn't change a thing
see an example here

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000057132/graphics.html

 

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@heymaxi -- Recommended solution 1920x1080.

 

Is that according to the printed specifications for the monitor, or is it "Display Settings" within Windows showing that this is the currently-active resolution?

 

Within "Display Settings", can you experiment with other resolutions, such as 800x600 or 1024x800 or 1280x1024, to see if your monitor will adapter to that output from your computer's video-card?

 

 

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