Need to kill Vista message - "Your display image quality can be improved"

By jdclyde ·
Got a Dell XPS m1530 running Windows Vista.

This is the laptop for the company president. (yes, just finished with an AOL issue on same laptop).

Anyways, his eyes are not what they used to be, so we have the screen resolution set at 1280 x 1024 instead of the recommended 1920 x 1200.

Every time the system boots, an nagging message pops up saying:

"Your display image quality can be improved....
Your display is designed to run optimally at a resolution of 1920 x 1200. To use this resolution and improve image quality click on this balloon".

How do I get this message to stop popping up every reboot?


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second stab....

by ---TK--- In reply to Need to kill Vista messag ...

this will get rid of all balloon messages....

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Any response to this?

by bill In reply to Need to kill Vista messag ...

I'm having the same problem, it's very annoying and there's no information that I can find. Did anyone respond to your post?

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You might try reading the solution above you ! ! ! nt

by OldER Mycroft In reply to Any response to this?
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You could modify the drivers...

by Slayer_ In reply to Need to kill Vista messag ...

To not support that resolution :).

Its odd cause I got this once on my XP Lappy, then never got it again even though I run a low resolution.

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