NoteCustom Resolutions/Modes isn't in the Intel® HD Graphics Control Panel. You must create a mode.
After verifying, check the Intel® Graphics Driver properties window to see if the feature is available.
To open the Intel graphics properties, simultaneously press Ctrl, Alt, and F12 or right-click the Windows* desktop. Select Graphics Properties.
If prompted to select an application mode, select Advanced Mode.
On the Display Devices tab, check if the Custom Resolutions/Modes button is available.
If you don't have a Custom Resolutions/Modes button, you haven't enabled the Custom Resolutions/Modes feature on your computer.
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IMPOSSIBLEEE... On the "control panel" previously version of command center i havent this problem........ i could change anytime, any resolution. I played Gamesssss with lower resolutions before the command center. C'mon dude.... anyone don't know how to resolve this???? The driver is up to date (27......).
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