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DisableHighResolutionCheck

DisableHighResolutionCheck specifies whether to prevent Windows Media Center from warning the user about high screen resolution settings when starting up the computer.

Values

 

DisableHighResolutionCheck

Specifies a screen resolution used by Windows Media Center to set a maximum threshold for warning about performance degradation. The string takes the form widthxheight (for example, 1920x1200).

DisableHighResolutionCheck is a string.

This string type supports empty elements.

Valid Passes

Parent Hierarchy

Microsoft-Windows-ehome-reg-inf | DisableHighResolutionCheck

Applies To

For the list of the supported Windows editions and architectures that this component supports, see Microsoft-Windows-ehome-reg-inf.

XML Example

The following XML output shows how to configure Windows Media Center settings in the specialize pass.

<BindNavHintsToToolbars>true</BindNavHintsToToolbars>
<Color>16711680</Color>
<DisableComplexStretchesOnConsole>true</DisableComplexStretchesOnConsole>
<DisableExpressSetup>true</DisableExpressSetup>
<DisableHighResolutionCheck>1920x1200</DisableHighResolutionCheck>
<DisableVolumeDisplay>true</DisableVolumeDisplay>
<EnableSPADLaunchErrors>false</EnableSPADLaunchErrors>
<FontSize>96</FontSize>
<HKCUuseDefaultOverscanMargins>true</HKCUuseDefaultOverscanMargins>
<HKLM10FtOOBE>true</HKLM10FtOOBE>
<HKUSERSuseDefaultOverscanMargins>true</HKUSERSuseDefaultOverscanMargins>
<MuteTimeout>10000</MuteTimeout>
<NoDevDiscBalloon>true</NoDevDiscBalloon>
<OCURProductKey>AAAAABBBBBCCCCCDDDDDEEEEE</OCURProductKey>
<RestartHour>2</RestartHour>
<RestartMinute>15</RestartMinute>
<TBP>true</TBP>
<Timeout>6000</Timeout>

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