This Guide is based on IEMGD Add-On build 0.2 (actually available in IEMGD 1.18 beta rev0.3)
IEMGD Add-On was develop to replace Intel CED for build a configuration on a multipurpose device.
It includes all basic functions but works without download above 100MB package!
Let's introduce the features:
Program Startup: Open the ComboBox and select a setting
ComboBox: Here you can use Common Display Settings selecting one of the resolution profiles and then install the driver clicking OK (will start normal setup) or checking Fast Setup and then OK (will only showed the request to install unfirmed driver)
NOTE. The common resolution profiles don't support all devices because each manufacter use different display panels. So if you tested the driver and it didn't work (black screen or alterated colours) you can use:
1) A profile develop from another publisher using Other INF function (for ex. you have find googling a IEMGD 1.16 compatible with your device but not 1.18. Simply go into the LPCO folder in the compatible driver and copy igdlh32.inf than past it in the folder where is located IEMGD Add-on.exe).
Note. IEMGD Add-On 0.2 Other INF function doesn't patch the configuration file so in the OS maybe will be showed a IEMGD incorrect version (but the driver will be always EMGD 1.18)
2)Use CUSTOM profile (for advanced users):
CUSTOM: Here there are basic settings to support all displays
You can insert your display settings (look with AIDA64 your display ID and then look for display's datasheet on google) or you can edit Common resolution profiles (just select a profile and then CUSTOM)
All values are described in your display's datasheet except Intel Flags. (0x20000 should be compatible with many devices)
Note. Pixel Clock is the display Refresh Rate (by defaults all resolution profiles are at 60Hz)
CheckBox Disable Edid: this function will disable the reading of display properties so you will able to use a different configuration if your device has a complete EDID (read IEMGD Editor Section)
Manual Mode: this function open the configuration box. Here you can do a lot of things if you are an advanced user.
CheckBox Manual Mode: Apply your options in the textbox
For ex. After write the display configuration you can eliminate Intel Tool Startup directly deleting the register keys:
; igfxtray.exe execution on startup
Note for all users:
A)If you are a common user, before play with CUSTOM mode without knowledge and uselessly, use default resolution profiles (if the driver will work be happy! if not unistall from control panel or from windows safe mode\control panel)
B)If you have a working profile for a device not supported by my little tool, please attach it HERE (Probably will be Usefull for someone)
CONFIRMED DEVICE [Common Resolution Profiles]: (write a comment to add your device at this list)
Asus 1101HA -1201HA
Archos 9 PC Tablet
Dell Mini 1010
Fujistu U820 - U2010
Nokia Booklet 3G
Viliv S5 - S7 -X70
Sony Vaio P VGN-P720K ; VGN-P29VN_Q
Tablets\netbooks\notebook that requires CUSTOM Mode in IEMGD Add-on:
Probably most of Sony Devices: P series
Probably working with IEMGD Add-On build 0.2: Sony Vaio X, Fujitsu U820, Asus T91MT
I will not add any other profile!