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    Quote Originally Posted by jtotheb View Post
    This is what I've found it to be in the past, with Intel graphics adaptors. I just remove the registry entries for the persistence module.
    Hi all. Thanks for your patience! The message finally got through, and I found a quiet corner to read the article referenced further up this thread (the article title is a little difficult to have on screen in a primary school!). In the end, removing the value in the persistence bit of the Run key worked. For those, like me, who like instructions:

    Open the registry editor with regedit
    Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Curr entVersion\Run
    Double click on the Persistence entry in the left pane
    Delete the value there
    Close the registry editor
    Reboot

    I've tested this with lots of different user logins, and all is fine. The Intel utility is still in the system tray, but the resolution and outputs now match the local admin settings. Interestingly, despite our Tecra A10s having an Intel graphics utility in the system tray, we didn't hit this issue with them. It only happens with the new Tecra A11s, which have a souped up Intel utility.

    Anyway:

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    Nice one guys this has been messing me about for months!



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