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      32 comments  ·  DisplayLink Feature Suggestions  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

      The change is needed in the operating system kernel mode graphics driver. Microsoft is looking into scheduling this development. In the meantime, provided you have purchased a platform allowing you to, the workaround is to disable the low end GPU so Windows uses the only one left. Today, Windows will always use the POST graphics card.

      Dave commented  · 

      I keep trying to install the Anniversary update for Windows 10, hoping a new driver will fix it and the problem continues. As soon as I upgrade to Win 10 Anniversary, my OpenGL no longer works and sits at version 1.1 (Instead of 4.5). I have tried everything from a clean install to updating drivers for the D3100 dock, Intel 530 and NVIDIA 960M and the issue persists. I've been holding out for a while on this upgrade due to this problem.

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