When using Intel® chipset graphics, the native resolution of some displays, such as 1920x1080, 1680x1050, and 1440x900, is not available in graphics properties. The display extended display information data (EDID) does not read properly when connecting to a subset of digital flat panel (DFP) displays.
Intel has a graphics driver to specifically address this issue that can have longer than normal resume times from standby. The solution only works with external displays such as DFP displays connected to the VGA port on the computer. This driver is not designed to address issues with the built-in display--local flat panel on a laptop, or with a TV-connected to a computer. Intel offers this driver as is and has not tested, nor guarantees, the operation of the driver for this purpose.
For the Intel® 4 Series Express Chipset family:
For a computer with the Intel® G41, G43, or G45 Express chipsets or the Mobile Intel® GL40, GM45, or GS45 Express chipsets, you can resolve this issue by selecting the appropriate operating system and driver from the following list:
For the 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ Processors with Intel® HD Graphics 3000/2000 and Intel® HD Graphics:
For a computer with the 2nd Generation Intel® Core™ Processors with Intel® HD Graphics 3000/2000 or Intel® HD Graphics, you can resolve the issue by selecting the appropriate operating system and driver from the following list:
Supported display modes and resolutions
This applies to: