Windows 10: No option for correct resolution with 3 displays extended mode

Discus and support No option for correct resolution with 3 displays extended mode in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware to solve the problem; I have 3 monitors that are 1440p. I am running them together in extended mode. My problem is when i do this there isn't a correct resolution option to... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware' started by Allan.syr, Sep 18, 2019.

  1. Allan.syr Win User

    No option for correct resolution with 3 displays extended mode


    I have 3 monitors that are 1440p. I am running them together in extended mode. My problem is when i do this there isn't a correct resolution option to choose for 3 combined screens. The only option available that works is 11520x2160. That's 4k. With my displays there should be an option for 7680x1440 but no matter what I do this option isn't available. How can I fix this or make this work correctly?

    :)
     
    Allan.syr, Sep 18, 2019
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  2. RWOne Win User

    Monitor is detected but display resolution is not correct


    One of two possibilities:

    1. Driver is still not correct, as you don't have the listed resolution to go to recommended for that monitor. If it is using a driver win 10 installed and not the manufacturer, then you need to try the manufacturer driver, list the display driver from device manager and we can go from there.

    2. Card in PC (Is it a card, or integrated mainboard graphics?) doesn't support that resolution, hence driver not listing it, etc.

    Other possibility - what does the system show for the monitor listed in device manager?
     
    RWOne, Sep 18, 2019
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  3. screen display

    Hi William,

    It is important that you have the correct screen display and resolution. We suggest that you perform the following steps to reset the monitor settings:

    • Boot your computer in
      safe mode
      .
    • Once in safe mode, right-click the desktop > Screen Resolution.
    • Change the display settings back to the original configuration.
    • Restart your computer.

    Feel free to update us on the result.
     
    Rachelle Gra, Sep 18, 2019
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  4. No option for correct resolution with 3 displays extended mode

    Display resolution not correct

    I have just installed Win 10. over 8.1. Had a few bugs but was able to get them worked out except one. I have an INSIGNIA tv as my main monitor. I also have an ASUS high resolution 17" monitor for my 2nd display. It displays as it did with 8.1. The
    insignia is set for 1080 pixel but the display is too large and only half of the icons in the task bar will be displayed. I cannot run the windows in full screen mode. My drivers for my graphics card and up to date, everything seems correct and settings
    are showing 1080 for this display, it is just too large for the screen. Looking at the Hardware list it said this display (insignia) did not migrate. Does this mean it is not compatible with Win 10. Is there something I can do or do I need to go back to
    8.1 Pro???
     
    Joe D. Barton, Sep 18, 2019
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