Windows 10 No Windows 10 support for 1440x900 resolution?

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  1. AandMAF

    AandMAF New Member

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    Hio, My custom-built desktop (originally Windows 8.1) has the normal resolution of 1440x900, I recently upgraded to Windows 10 and there is unfortunately no option for 1440 x 900.

    In Display Settings > Advanced display settings > Resolution, there are the following resolutions but mine isn't on there (which makes my screen seem a little irregular/big compared to before I upgraded to Windows 10):
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    Any solutions or possible ideas?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Neemobeer

    Neemobeer Windows Forum Team
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    Usually you will get generic monitor resolutions when you have a generic monitor driver in use. Go into device manager and check monitor. If it's a generic driver go to the manufacturers site and download a driver or try windows update.
     

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