The Sony PS5 is set to detect a number of things in the settings to try and help you keep your PS5 running well and avoid needing to update the system. It has a lot of settings in there that can be accessed at the touch of a button and with a couple of clicks of a mouse.
So it is not something that you can change on the fly when you change games. It's a fixed configuration. You may have changed your display settings, for example. And I am sure you have changed the 'Resolution' setting, so I am sure when you got the disc in and started running Windows 7, it defaulted to the setting you picked for resolution. So if you just want to wait a while and see what happens, you can leave things to do what it does and don't worry too much about it.
If you're having problems with the PS5 after a game, I would look at the 'Settings and tweaks that I've made' first, as that's the easiest thing to access. If that doesn't change anything, then the PS5 settings.
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