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QRES.exe doesn't set to '0' frequency

by NewUserNag / December 17, 2012 4:16 PM PST

To run scripts in background I use TSCON.exe, which allows to maintain the last used session. But, this was altering some of the properties of last used session like resolution, color depth and frequency.

Later on I have known to use QRES.exe which sets resolution, color depth and frequency to required values.
Eg: qres.exe /x:1440 /y: 900 /c:16 /r:0 (tried /r:-1 value even)

This sets the resolution, color depth but not frequency to '0' HZ.

It would be helpful if anyone could look into this.

OS: XP running as a VM on Server

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