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Stop Windows Auto Switching Resolutions between Outputs...


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#1 Gords

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Posted 29 May 2017 - 01:31 PM

Recently updated to a 4k tv which my gaming pc is connected to. I use Teamviewer frequently to admin the pc without having to be at the pc and the tv is also connected via a AV receiver.

 

The problem is to do with the Windows customization option to enlarge the screen windows/icons and dialogues. As im on 4k i have this set at 300%. The problem im having is that frequently a lot of apps and even windows components aren't zoomed up properly and make using the machine a pain in the bum. Some examples, the taskbar will be double in height leaving a gap above all the icons. chrome scroll bar will be a hairs width wide and other apps are completely non zoomed at all.

 

A reboot whilst tv is on will make everything behave 100% properly.

 

Causing the problem seems to be Teamviewer and/or The AV Receivers and windows switching between the three as outputs.

 

I hope i explained that ok :)

 

Anyway im looking for a solution, im thinking something along the lines of making the pc always think the tv is ON but ofc there may be other fixes.

 

Thanks.



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