The user guide said I could download it from this website and it is no where to be found. Waste of $602 votes
All generic software for DisplayLink devices can be downloaded here: http://www.displaylink.com/downloads/index.php
This link has now been added to the support homepage.
As DisplayLink support is not embedded in the ChromeOS 51 build and later, you should add 3+ monitor support for ChromeOS. At this point someone would only be able to run it off of a Chromebook/Chromebox with higher ram (8-16GB+). But adding this support would mean A LOT more business use cases being satisfied.1 vote
DisplayLink imposes no limit on the number of DisplayLink enabled displays that can be connected on Chrome OS from R51 onwards.
Any limitations found will be OS restrictions rather than something added by DisplayLink.
I wrote the program removes desktop icons into a side window. You wrote it does not. I uninstalled your software and got my icons back on my desktop. I want you to cease attempting to reinstall your software. I will NOT accept your software on my computer!1 vote
Our software is not made to modify the desktop icons. We suggest you enter a support ticket so we can look if our software is indeed the culprit as the icons might have been moved by windows to another desktop, your primary screen.
Clicking on your link to the amazon page for the AOC e1659Fwux- Pro sends an infinite amount of links due to not having an H at the beginning of the web address in the code.1 vote
Hi Josh and thank you. Link from our page to Amazon AOC entry was corrected today
Fix 2018 Macbook support for d6000.1 vote
macOS 10.14.2 Beta 1 has the fix enabling mutli displays. Closing this suggestion.
I need to switch back and forth between two computers and am wondering if I can do so using the same Display Link set up? Has anyone tried
Two computers, one Displaylink?1 vote
Yes, this works. Simply install the drivers on both machines.
If your monitors are blacking out using your DisplayLink D3100 check your chair.
I was having issues with my dual monitors randomly blacking out. After updating s/w, drivers and replacing the D3100 nothing worked.
As strange as it sounds, I was finally able to determine the cause was my chair. I have documented this in two videos.1 vote
The alternative could be to use better EMI immunised cables. These usually have ferrite beads which help eliminate transients.
Support for 21:9 Display resolution1 vote
DisplayLink technology doesn’t have any restriction on layout or aspect ratio. I suggest you open a technical support case with your details with tecnhical_enquiries at displaylink,com to check that you don’t hit a hardware limitation from your adapter.
Add drivers for ARM, and specifically for Raspbian. Make the drivers work over HDMI instead of (or in addition to) working over USB.1 vote
ARM 32 bit binary is included in 4.4.
That’s not an actively supported platform though, due to the low level of requests. HDMI input in DisplayLink isn’t technically possible today.
In the previous windows version DisplayLink7.5M1 the auto-hide of the taskbar applied across all screens. This no longer happens in the latest version DisplayLink7.9M2.1 vote
Now works as expected so marking completed. Thank you Gil!
ChromeOS Support For Samsung XE503C Chromebooks1 vote
Add DP to eDP support1 vote
We support some eDP transmitters on some chips. I recommend you contact a DisplayLink representative with your design requirements so your particular case can be looked into.
Fix drivers with amd catalyst 15.71 vote
This should be fixed in v7.9 software. There is a release candidate available here, which should fix the issue until the release is out..
test drivers with the latest antivirus software1 vote
HI, Let customers decide WHEN to install new drivers. (Automatic driver update messes up my 4 + 1 monitor trading station.) Thanks.
(the automatic updates re-arrange and resize everything on my screens causing me headache. The driver should be updater when no windows left opened / programmes running.)1 vote
8.0+ will cause the software update to happen over the next reboot, rather than immediately while you are working.
I recently found out through a very circuitous process that my monitor is failing. But in this process, instead of alerting me to any issue, the drivers would crash and the icon would disappear from my system tray, making me think your software was malfunctioning. Instead, such a crash should be caught with exception handling, and then alert the user there is a hardware malfunction.1 vote
We already try to gracefully restart whenever possible. You might encounter an unforeseen case not handled properly which would need crash dumps to be investigated.
This is standard Windows 10 feature now
Do not recommend installing the msi version of DisplayLink Drivers and then disabling Windows Update. I don't think a vendor should be recommending to customers to turn off Windows Update. DisplayLink should work out a way of getting the 2 working together. Happy to discuss further.1 vote
This has been done since 8.0 and was only relevant to Windows 7 – Windows 10 TH2.
Your DisplayLink driver is unsigned. It won't work with 64bit Windows OS. I suggest fixing that if you want people to buy your product.1 vote
Our drivers are signed. If you use Windows 7, update with Microsoft security patches to verify Microsoft digital signature successfully.
I'm running an ASUS ROG G56jk-EB72 Gaming Laptop with the latest version of Windows 10 (As of 11/12/2015) 64-Bit. CPU: Intel (R) HD Graphics 4600 & GPU: Nvidea GeForce GTX 850M. Trying to project onto two additional Insignia displays using two Targus USB 3.0 to HDMI HDTV Video Adapter. So I spent about $300 for the displays and $160 on the video adapters and this doesn't even work. I am beyond frustrated. All of my drivers are up to date. I followed the steps as instructed by the troubleshooting page; "How to fix your DisplayLink product from repeatedly disconnecting and reconnecting, or freezing" and still nothing seems to work. Does anybody understand what is happening and/or why? And does anybody have the same issues and/or find a solution to this issue?
I'm running an ASUS ROG G56jk-EB72 Gaming Laptop with the latest version of Windows 10 (As of 11/12/2015) 64-Bit. CPU: Intel (R) HD Graphics 4600 & GPU: Nvidea GeForce GTX 850M. Trying to project onto two additional Insignia displays using two Targus USB 3.0 to HDMI HDTV Video Adapter. So I spent about $300 for the displays and $160 on the video adapters and this doesn't even work. I am beyond frustrated. All of my drivers are up to date. I followed the steps as instructed by the troubleshooting page; "How to fix your DisplayLink product from repeatedly disconnecting and…1 vote
We have requested log files for analysis on Nov 13 but didn’t receive any reply yet. Because this is not a suggestion but a technical support question, I am closing this idea.
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