Video problems - windows 10

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  1. M17XR42012

    M17XR42012 Notebook Consultant

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    I have a dell precision t3400 with a nvidia nvs 245 (128mb ram). It came with Windows 10 installed and it was connected to a 1080p (1920x1080) wide screen. The display worked fine at the native resolution.

    I pulled the hard drive to install an SSD and re-installed windows 10. Now all it supports is 800x600, 1024x768 and 1280x1024.

    I can't seem to find the Windows 10 64bit video drivers, or the generic Windows 10 version of the drivers that will get my resolution back.

    Does anyone know where I can find the drivers or how I fix that issue. (I want the 1920x1080) resolution back.

    Thanks.
     
  2. Primes

    Primes Notebook Deity

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    I had a similar problem but with AMD graphics that would not display the correct resolution in win10. I had to go into the amd control panel and disable "use extended display identification data (EDID) or driver defaults". look for something like that in the nvidia control panel.
     
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    How did you reinstall Windows 10? Was this with the Factory reinstall Windows 10 disk or something you created? This makes a difference. Was it a factory installed Windows 10 or did you have it upgraded to Windows 10? But from what your describing it sounds like it wasn't a Native Windows 10 Factory install otherwise the Dell site would have the Window 10 drivers for it.
     
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