My setup: a 1680x1050 monitor, a desktop with a Ryzen 5 2400G processor, Windows 10 Pro 64bit, an Asus B450-I board, all the latest chipset drivers, and a laptop with a 1366x768 screen which I need to stream my desktop to. In order to do that, I need to be able to select 1366x768 as the screen resolution, and I was able to do that on an Nvidia card before the fan on it broke, and forced me to fall back to integrated graphics.
Nvidia drivers have been removed using Display Driver Uninstaller v126.96.36.199 (the latest version at the time), and then I've tried various versions of Adrenalin (including but not limited to the latest one, the one before it, 18.11, and 18.5.1), and they all have the same issue: 1366x768 is missing from the list of resolutions, and I can't create a custom one because when I type 1366, and move the cursor elsewhere, it flips to 1368.
The question is simple: how do I make it so that 1366x768 is usable?
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I had it turned off. However, I've tried re-enabling it to test if that's the solution I'm looking for, restarted my PC just to be sure, and it's done nothing, I still can't create a custom resolution with the width of 1366 pixels, nor is it available through resolution selection in Windows Settings.
I have a new huawei matebook. Latest driver of adrenalin 2020 driver. Also same problem no 1366x768. How can it be done?