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When I start my pc, the first screen I see, has a small resolution, but by the time I get to the login screen, the resolution is good. My video card is a GTX 680. It worked perfectly before, but not since I uninstalled and reinstalled the drivers. How do I change the resolution of the first screen, shown below?

First screen

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Hi Joshua! I've merged your accounts. In the future, please stay logged in so you can comment on answers to your question. – slhck Nov 12 '12 at 17:47

I know that Intel have this ITK (Integrator Tool Kit) thing that lets you configure more than you can see in the regular BIOS menu. Try to see who's the manufacturer of your Motherboard through the BIOS, and then search for their software.

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It's a custom built pc it has a gigabyte motherboard – user107401 Nov 12 '12 at 17:22

That screen is displayed by the motherboard BIOS, it is probably not something you can change.

I would press Del and see what options (if any) are available.

According to some random stuff I tripped over whilst wandering the Intertubes:

Gigabyte Mainboard includes the standard funtion of replacing the Fullscreen-Bootlogo with a custom picture by using the "Face Wizard" software included on the driver disc.

Maybe your mobo has this feature.

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But my screen was perfect before until i deleted the drivers – user107401 Nov 12 '12 at 17:18
Your video drivers aren't used in this stage of startup. Deleting them shouldn't directly effect this situation. – Marcks Thomas Nov 12 '12 at 18:02

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