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    How to delete created custom res from forceware 301.24

    How can I delete this custom resolution I added, the 1920x1080 @ 59Hz


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    Re: How to delete created custom res from forceware 301.24

    Switch to another resolution. Click "customize". Untick you custom resolution. Delete your custom resolution.

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    Re: How to delete created custom res from forceware 301.24

    I have 1680x1050 as my selected resolution, I just clicked that to highlight it, I dont have any delete option :(

    Maybe anyone knows a registry editing fix for this ?
    Last edited by darkblade088; April 24, 2012 at 06:03.

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    Re: How to delete created custom res from forceware 301.24

    Quote Originally posted by darkblade088 View Post
    I have 1680x1050 as my selected resolution, I just clicked that to highlight it, I dont have any delete option :(

    Maybe anyone knows a registry editing fix for this ?
    You don't need to edit the registry, it's a bit fiddly because the "Customise" button becomes unselectable as soon as you click anything.

    First change to your native resolution, then close the Nvidia Control Panel, and restart it. Now, don't click on anything on the "Change Resolutions" page, if you do the "Customise" button will become greyed out, so just click the "Customise" button straightaway and it will open another window that allows you to add and delete your custom resolutions. Which you must have seen before to add the custom resolution in the first place? There's a red cross next your custom resolutions, just click that to delete them.
    Last edited by Chade; April 24, 2012 at 09:28.

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