03-05-2019 12:01 AM
I can´t find any graphic driver that support UHD on my Intel UHD 630 card. i can only choose 1920x1080.
And all drivers I found says that they not supports my windows 10 version.
Can enyone help me?
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03-05-2019 08:10 AM
What is your system configuration?
Have you checked the Lenovo support site for P330 for the Intel graphics driver?
03-05-2019 11:04 AM
03-05-2019 11:23 AM
126.96.36.19987 appears to be the right driver for onboard graphics support.
So what is the real issue you're encountering? Is it that you're only seeing 1920x1080 as the highest supported resolution? What display do you have attached to the system? What type of cabling are you using? Typically the display will report back as to what resolutions it can support using EDID data...so if you've got an issue the the system not allowing you to choose a higher resolution, it could be because of the display you're using.
03-05-2019 01:17 PM
What specific displays (vendor and model number) do you have connected?
A typical 1080(p) display is going to be 1920x1080. So if that's the display you're trying to force to a higher resolution, it's probably not going to work, or at least not work very well. You would need to specifically select the "2080" display to change the resolution for it, assuming it can go higher than 1920x1080.
03-05-2019 09:46 PM
03-06-2019 07:33 AM
Most current graphics drivers that I've seen will only report resolutions that the display is communicating it can support (via EDID). There are likely ways to force the driver to report all resolutions, regardless of what the actual connected display can support, but I doubt it's set up like this by default. It creates a situation where a user can very easily try to put the driver into a video mode not supported by the display, and thus essentially hang the system (or at least make it unusable for the customer). I'm not sure why you'd want to try to force the resolution to something you know the display can't support (i.e. it goes black).
Perhaps this link has more info related to what you're trying to do?
I don't know if P330 has support for this feature or not, but I will follow up to try to find out if this sounds like it matches what you're trying to do.