Re: Screen resolution (via UltraVNC)
Is there a way to force the display settings to the specific resolution . . . ?
As Irads notes, the problem is resolved with the IEGD driver though you need to have the monitor connected first time round. There's already a thread on the forum on this. See:viewtopic.php?f=36&t=601
Incidentally, I made a note for a friend of the UltraVNC settings I use for the FitPC2. In case they're any use or you have a good reason for doing it different (say why . . .), they are:
Go to Start > Programs > UltraVNC > Edit Settings, launch the utility and set as follows:
Network tab: Check “Enable Incoming Port” and “Auto”; uncheck the rest;
Security tab: Enter a password, uncheck all other boxes;
Input/file transfer tab: uncheck all the boxes;
Connections tab: Set Idle timeout set to 14400 seconds, uncheck “Display Query Window”, set “Multiple connections” to “Keep existing” and “Disconnect” to “Do nothing”;
Screen Capture tab: Check “Poll Foreground Window”,“Low Accuracy”, “Use system hookdll”, “Use Mirror Driver”, “Show Primary Display” and “Remove Wallpaper”. Uncheck the rest;
Misc/Logging tab: uncheck all the boxes.
These settings go for speed at the expense of display quality. I tried several utilities and found UltraVNC the best in this case. IMHO, the "Mirror Driver" is worth installing.