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    Resolution resetting after every reboot

    Set up a new machine last night, it has a Intel G33 chipset I believe with the latest Intel GFX driver installed. (XP Pro SP3).

    Anyway the problem is I set the resolution to 1280 x 1024, which is happily accepted however every time the machine is rebooted and logged in again the screen flickers and goes back to 800 x 600! I think the flicker means the graphic driver is loading but it is weird as none of our other machines are doing this...

    Any ideas?

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    Check to see if igfxpers.exe is running at startup, if so remove the startup entry for it.

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    If that fails to help you could always put multires on a server and create some (logon) scripts to set the resolution to whatever you desire.

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