My USB 3 external monitor is now useless. Display link installed but I can't set it to the proper resolution. Settings could not be saved message, when I click keep these settings. It won't display anything unless its set to the correct resolution. Looks like yet another waist of time installing Windows 10 on my laptop. No ccc pop ups yet though.
Magilla, while you're typing in Edge, try highlighting a word and replacing it. Or, did I ask you to do that already?
Anyway, type [silverware] highlight it and start to replace it by typing [cutlery]. Are you able to replace [silverware] or do you have to delete it and then replace it with [cutlery]?
Sigh, un installed Displaylink and then installed the V7.8 Beta 1 for Windows 10 but still the same glitch. It will not let me change the screen resolution from 1024 x 768 to the required 1366 x 768. This is a deal breaker for me. Back to 8.1 for me.
Updated to 10122 without a hitch,I only use computer for buying and selling on eBay, Amazon and a couple of blogs, no clever stuff. Never had any problems, in fact I post to a forum and with Explorer I could never paste any content or imbed any URL links. Nicely surprised I can now do this with Spartan.
Be aware that there is some issues with video drivers (both AMD and NVidia) that are popping up within the last couple of days. For instance, I cannot run World of Warcraft in full screen mode with the updated NVidia Win10 driver just released (352.84). I need to use borderless windowed mode. My issue may just be related to not completely cleaning out the old Win8.1 driver tho (I DID say to do a clean install).
Also, someone who has an old, old AMD graphics card said that they could no longer run the latest Win10 version. I forget what the issue is, but old cards that no longer get updated drivers may barf with Win10. No firm proof to this statement but just keep that in mind.
I will update any more graphics driver issues when/if I get more substantial examples.
"This is a test of the Emergency Broadcasting System. In an actual emergency, bend over and kiss your ass goodbye."
Here's a good utility to use before installing/upgrading GPU drivers. http://www.wagnardmobile.com/DDU/ That should help make sure any leftovers are cleaned up.
As for Nvidia's Windows 10 drivers...none of them have worked well for me at all. I get constant hard locks of my computer when playing games or changing settings in-game. Hopefully they'll put out some drivers that don't completely lock up my system by the time W10 RTMs.