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  1.    16 Apr 2015 #41
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    Quote Originally Posted by extreme View Post
    Sorry, my monitor is connected to the USB port, not directly to the video card. The manufacturer is "AOC" and it uses a (supposedly) industry standard driver called "DisplayLink."

    (If you don't have the ability to use two monitors, as with many laptops, this is a cheap, $89 way to add one.)

    --Al--
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  2.    17 Apr 2015 #42
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    Quote Originally Posted by extreme View Post
    Sorry, my monitor is connected to the USB port, not directly to the video card. The manufacturer is "AOC" and it uses a (supposedly) industry standard driver called "DisplayLink."

    (If you don't have the ability to use two monitors, as with many laptops, this is a cheap, $89 way to add one.)

    --Al--
    Got my ASUS USB 3 monitor today. Couldn't get it to work in Windows 10. I kept getting driver not compatible pop ups. Even after installing a newer driver. I finally gave up and installed Windows 8.1 on my laptop. Working fine now with the default Windows update driver/software. It was blank though until I set the correct resolution.
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  3.    17 Apr 2015 #43
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    Quote Originally Posted by alphanumeric View Post
    Got my ASUS USB 3 monitor today. Couldn't get it to work in Windows 10. I kept getting driver not compatible pop ups. Even after installing a newer driver. I finally gave up and installed Windows 8.1 on my laptop. Working fine now with the default Windows update driver/software. It was blank though until I set the correct resolution.
    Sorry to hear of your little problem. . .hopefully it will be fitted either by the manufacture or MS prior to final OS completion. . .Good. . .
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  4.    17 Apr 2015 #44
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lee View Post
    Sorry to hear of your little problem. . .hopefully it will be fitted either by the manufacture or MS prior to final OS completion. . .Good. . .
    I think it was a DisplayLink issue. It's working now anyway. I've had issues with the AMD/ATI video driver in Windows 10 in the past, and had a similar popup message. On the plus side the fit and finish of this display is an exact match to my laptop, it looks like it came with it.
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  5.    17 Apr 2015 #45
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    That's great news! So can we assume you downloaded a new DisplayLink driver? Would you have the version # and/or a link to the manufacturer's web site?

    Thanks,

    --Al--
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  6.    18 Apr 2015 #46
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    Quote Originally Posted by extreme View Post
    That's great news! So can we assume you downloaded a new DisplayLink driver? Would you have the version # and/or a link to the manufacturer's web site?

    Thanks,

    --Al--
    No, sorry if I confused things. Read my previous post, I went back to Windows 8.1 on my laptop and it worked as advertised. In Windows 8.1 I didn't have to install anything manually. I just plugged it in and waited as the software was downloaded and installed. The only glitch was the screen was blank until I went in and set the correct resolution. My mouse cursor went on to that screen but nothing was being displayed. In Windows 10 the second screen didn't show up at all and I couldn't even extend my desktop to it. I could have messed with it and maybe got it working but just wasn't in the mood for that. It took me maybe 40 minutes to install 8.1 and move on.
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