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Intel HD3000 Graphics + KVM Switch

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June 4, 2012 4:10:27 PM

Hi, I am using a Iogear KVM-VGA switch, and just upgraded to a new Intel Core i5 and using the onboard HD3000 graphics but since doing this the Intel HD3000 will not show the complete resolutions that my monitor and KVM switch can support. Right now it only goes up to 1800x1440 and not the 1920x1080 that I need.
Can somebody please help me with this.
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June 4, 2012 5:26:20 PM

Give our technical support a call at 916 377-7000. I don't know what would be holding back the performance on the Intel® HD 3000 graphics but they maybe able to help you out with this issue.
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June 4, 2012 5:57:50 PM

IntelEnthusiast said:
Give our technical support a call at 916 377-7000. I don't know what would be holding back the performance on the Intel® HD 3000 graphics but they maybe able to help you out with this issue.


Well that was a waste they had no idea what the problem was, and not ever sure he knew what a KVM switch was.
Like I said in my post is that when I bypass the switch it gives me the proper resolutions up to 1920x1080 which is the highest my monitor will support, but when using the KVM switch it says "KVM Monitor" and an odd resolution of 1800x1444.

I guess I will have to forgo using the onboard graphics and now have to install a video card.

Thanks
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September 1, 2012 6:41:41 AM

I believe that was caused by the KVM switch you have did not successfully feed back correct the display's EDID between connected PC and your display.
I suggest put an EDID emulator between connected display and console video port of the KVM switch. But before you do that, you need to have the emulator "clone" the correct EDID of your display first.
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