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[Display] (Sysprep)

Updated: March 28, 2003

Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2

[Display]

The [Display] section contains entries for specifying display settings for graphics devices.

If the specified settings are not valid for the graphics device, Setup finds the closest match to the selected settings to configure the device.

Note

  • If the monitor plugged into the computer is a Plug and Play device and is capable of displaying a screen resolution of 800x600x16m, the display resolution must be at least 800x600x16m. Setup uses the 640 by 480-pixel screen size only if the monitor is unable to display an 800 by 600-pixel screen.

Answer File Entries for the [Display] Section

 

Entry Description

BitsPerPel

Specifies the valid bits per pixel for the graphics device.

VRefresh

Specifies a valid refresh rate for the graphics device.

XResolution

Specifies a valid x resolution for the graphics device.

YResolution

Specifies a valid y resolution for the graphics device.

BitsPerPel

Specifies the valid bits per pixel for the graphics device.

Syntax

                BitsPerPel = 
                valid_bits_per_pixel
              
Example
[Display]
BitsPerPel = 24
Comments

For example, a value of 8 (or 28) implies 256 colors, and a value of 16 (or 216) implies 65,536 colors.

VRefresh

Specifies a valid refresh rate for the graphics device.

Syntax

                VRefresh = 
                valid_refresh_rate
              
Example
[Display]
VRefresh = 72

XResolution

Specifies a valid x resolution for the graphics device.

Syntax

                XResolution = 
                valid_x_resolution
              
Example
[Display]
XResolution = 1024

YResolution

Specifies a valid y resolution for the graphics device.

Syntax

                YResolution = 
                valid_y_resolution
              
Example
[Display]

YResolution = 768

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