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At any rates, in case anyone comes up with a similar problem, you can check that or color channelling first. All rights reserved. Try updated drivers or even older versions and see if it changes anything.You have nvidia optimus?You might be getting interferance from one GPU to another. Privacy Policy | Legal | Steam Subscriber Agreement | Refunds STORE Featured Explore Curators Wishlist News Stats COMMUNITY Home Discussions Workshop Greenlight Market Broadcasts ABOUT SUPPORT Install Steam login | language this contact form

Someone had suggested me to change the Hertz, though later I realized I just needed to toggle between desktop and program to have the graphics look fine. Last bumped on Dec 20, 2016 10:24:36 PM Posted by Phalmon Sep 6, 2015 2:53:26 PMQuote Hi there! This should do the trick. Fix coming ever? ___________________________________________ Gene Quagmire/Kwagmyr - Parts Unknown Posted by genequagmireon Jul 27, 2016 12:42:00 PMQuote i'm waiting for a solution too.

Monitor Changes Resolution By Itself

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View Profile View Posts 22 Feb, 2016 @ 9:57am Dear spehngbab and PyroGamingManiacI assume you both have problems with the resolution changing in Terraria? I have seen an option for setting the resolution when in windowed fullscreen available in other games. View Profile View Posts 24 Jun, 2016 @ 1:53am Originally posted by Nu:Nevermind, I think I found an alternate way to fix the issue. I have 3 monitors and use nvidia surround to stretch my desktop across all three monitors.

Terraria should be running with the right resolution and in fullscreen now without crashing everyy 5 seconds. Password Memberlist Forum Rules Today's Posts Search Forums: Click here to use Advanced Search Search Forums Show Threads Show Posts Click here to use Advanced Search Go to Page... Programs (delete a program)3. That's nice, but doesn't explain my problem, and not helpful if I want to run a Win95 Cd in 640X480 resolution (right now I use gapa to change the brightness, but

Im not sure about this, but if i remember correctly, you can use windows button (next to the alt button) + F to open the search function too (this won't work Windows enables you to change the resolution of a connected display, and depending on the setup of your computers additional video display software may also be available. 1. I changed it to fullscreen and boom it worked. I'll try to answer you as soon as possible. #13 < > Showing 1-13 of 13 comments Per page: 15 30 50 Terraria > General Discussions > Topic Details Date Posted:

Screen Resolution Keeps Changing Windows 10

Open configurationscreen(be sure to set "view" (righttopcorner of the screen) to category in order to follow the next steps)2. http://www.abandonia.com/vbullet/showthread.php?t=29673 Once changed to your preferred resolution, please also ensure that your fullscreen option is set to false in the same file, and save. Monitor Changes Resolution By Itself Games not at native resolution can't reach full screen screen resolution permanently changed after playing a game My gaming computer freezes in full screen randomly. Screen Resolution Keeps Changing In Windows 7 i have a i7 6700k and a gtx 1080 still i cant even run this game...

solved How to change the screen resolution of a game without opening the game? weblink Use the searchfunction of windows. Thank you for posting this request. What I did was go to the config.json file and altered Fullscreen, DisplayWidth, and DisplayHeight."Fullscreen": true,"DisplayWidth": 1920, "DisplayHeight": 1080, #9 DreamGoesOn.

Does this problem ring a bell to anyone? Since this setting seems to have no effect in windowed mode, I am assuming it is applicable only to fullscreen, and so should not be changed when switching to windowed. I have downloaded the game again. navigate here Prospects not so good.                         Japo View Public Profile Send a private message to Japo Find More Posts by Japo Find Threads Started by Japo View all Chatbox

If you do find it, follow these steps:1. Last edited by DreamGoesOn.; 24 Jun, 2016 @ 1:54am #10 Nu View Profile View Posts 24 Jun, 2016 @ 7:19am Thanks for the response. #11 Neko-Chan View Profile View Posts 18 And of course I forgot about the 60 Hertz, but maybe something else is involved because I only noticed the problem above quite recently.

check your computer / laptop resolution (rightclick your desktop and click "monitorsettings" or something simular to it.4.

At max, the screen gets all greyish instead of white, like the screen refuse to "lighten up", in fact just like a dying monitor. Thanks! It worked for me that way, i hope it works for you guys too.ATTENTION: Please note that if you're NOT using WINDOWS 10, you have to keep ONE of the .NET while on intel graphics this problem does not persist, so It's gotta be something with my GPU.

Was this answer helpful? Once these drivers have been installed the full range of resolutions supported by the card will appear. And thanks! http://datkey.com/screen-resolution/my-screen-resolution-keeps-changing-by-itself.html Searching about This button does not work with screen readers.

In a standard Dosbox config, when I switch full resolution and windows resolution to my current computer resolution (1152X864), and change output from "surface" to "overlay", the image is perfect. Can't find your answer ? My monitor's native resolution is 1920x1080. The closest I can get right now is just using windowed mode and maximizing the window which only maximizes to 1 monitor as per my nvidia settings, but then I have

For widescreen monitors, this resolution will fill the display. 5. All I have is a tab labelled "Graphics", and under that tab the only options are "welcome", "information center", "desktops and displays", and "desktop properties". Please use the previous link instead. It was at 60 hertz.