Custom Resolution Utility is a utility, which allows users to modify their NVIDIA and AMD graphics cards by creating EDID overrides directly in the registry. The utility works based on computers and laptops with AMD and NVIDIA graphics cards, as well as on some Intel cards. Windows XP is not supported, but all others starting with Vista (7, 8.1 and 10) work properly. The program was updated on second of July in 2019 to version 1.4.1. The layout of the utility provides a list of currently supported resolutions for your monitor with the option to add new ones. Users use Custom Resolution Utility download and can run it without installation.
In case you can't see the screen it is necessary to be acquainted with getting into safe mode. If you don't have a recovery drive, it is necessary to press and hold the power button to shut off the computer while Windows is booting. Having done this twice you get recovery options that you can use to get into safe mode: Troubleshoot > Advanced options > Startup Settings > Restart.
Then the monitor will blink and switch or will not switch to the mode you specified. If the screen does not switch, it means that it does not support the mode that you set and you can restore the standard resolution through remote control, safe mode or recovery mode.
The developers created the Custom Resolution Utility program as a freeware product, but donations for the continued development are highly appreciated. Users may make donations via the developer's main website.