Brief description of the problem: When lauching game "The Crew 2" (and "The Crew" as well) in full screen mode, it switches refresh rate from 120 (desktop refresh rate) to 144 (max supported resolution). Detailed description: I'm using Windows 10, and current refresh rate is 120. My monitor supports 144, but 120 is the highest refresh rate possible for ULMB, which I use. The problem is when I open the game in full screen mode, it switches refresh rate from 120 to 144: in fact, it doesn't matter what refresh rate Windows is set to, the game will always force the monitor to be at its maximum refresh rate. This makes ULMB unable to work. Things I've tried (no success): -"Preferred refresh rate" option in NVIDIA Control Panel; -Editing game file "PCScalability.xml" (no apparent option to limit the refresh rate); Things I haven't tried: -SpecialK (game uses BattleEye); -Memory Editing (game uses BattleEye); -Disassemble/Reverse Engineering (game uses BattleEye); -Windows Registry editing (not tried yet) I thought about other possibilites, like making Windows thinks max refresh rate of the monitor is 120 (instead of 144), but before trying to do things like this, I'd like to know if there's something less evasive I can do to avoid switching refresh rate to 144. Maybe this can be done with Nvidia Profile Inspector, but if it's possible, I don't know how this can be done. If you know any other solutions (like registry editing) Thanks!