Display Drivers

  1. Posts : 10
    Windows 10

    Display Drivers

    So I upgraded to Windows 10 then shortly after bought new monitors (ASUS PB258Q). When I installed them Windows updates ran and installed Generic PnP Monitor drivers. However, I have a black border (roughly 1/3") around the edges of the screens. This is not caused by under/over scan settings, I have tried DVI, HDMI, and am currently using Mini Display Port to Display Port cables and the problem persists no matter the combination used. Additionally, the Position and AUTO Adjust settings on my monitors themselves are greyed out for some reason. So I guess im just looking to see if anyone else has experienced something similar switching up to Windows 10? I feel like I'm just going to have to wait for ASUS to drum up some Windows 10 drivers. Opinions?
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  2. Posts : 4,457
    Win 11 Pro 22000.708

    I'm not sure that it'll help, but I expect that the Win 8.1 drivers for the PB258Q would work. (They're not really drivers; they only identify the display's characteristics to Windows, and include a color profile.)
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  3. Posts : 10
    Windows 10
    Thread Starter

    Ill check that out. It is just weird to me that my Position, AUTO Adjust, Focus, and Aspect Ratio options are greyed out too within my monitors Image settings, it is like something needs to tell them to work. And it is not caused by the Splendid settings within the monitors either which has been the only thing I've found that can change what options are available in the Image settings.
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