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Keeps losing resolution

Set to recommended resolution but need to do it every time we switch users or turn computer on

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Try updating you're display adapter driver. Go to my computer, right click on that icon. Click on properties. Go to hardware tab, click on device manager. A window will open. Open up the display adapter tab, right click on you're display adapter and try to update driver. Then follow the wizard. That worked for me.

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