I've installed Windows 10. Then I tried to install the driver for my nvidia card (gtx 750) but it failed. At first restart the resolution became really high (1920x1080) so it seemed like the driver was installed successfully. Then suddenly black screen. I've restarted the computer and it went back to 1024x768 and I can't change it. I've tried reinstalling the driver, even tried different versions but with no success.
So what I did was removed everything nvidia related from my computer and I've let Windows find a driver for me. That worked and good enough for me.
@Peter your solution didn't work for me (W10 insisted on that I already had the most updated drivers...)
Following @Journeyman's advice I downloaded the drivers from nvidia official web page. It's important to add here that after installing and rebooting I had to create a personalized resolution:
right click > nvidia control panel > Screen > change resolution > personalize...> create personalized resolution
There I chose 1280x1024 at 60Hz for 32 bits AND Under Synchronization I chose GTF (the "automatic" didn't work)
Now I have this other resolution rather than the 1024x768
protected by Mokubai♦ Jul 30 '15 at 10:59
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