very quickly release the drivers for Windows 10
Windows 10 gets released at the end of July. I am already using the Tech Review. There will be a big need and demand for a product like your to compatible with Windows 10 - even right now with those of us that have switched ove.
WIndows 10 is now supported from v7.9 software onwards. The driver is available from http://www.displaylink.com/downloads/downloads.php
All DisplayLink products supported under Windows 8 will work with Windows 10.
Hi, Is there any new version of the driver? I've just updated a new version of Windows 10 and I can't see my second monitor.
Display Link unloaded by latest Win10 update, and it's now non-functional. HooToo Support web page(driver updates) seems to be completely absent, and the latest DisplayLink drivers do not appear to address the problem. Could we please have a fix for this? Thanks.
Andrew McCann commented
PLEASE can you look into an issue I have - running Windows 10 and version 8.0.778.0 of DisplayLink - I run two external display monitors and extend my laptop across these, so have 3 screens. EVERYTIME I startup a game called Dayz the graphic go wierd and I get a bluescreen with a dlkmd.sys error. I have updated all drivers and have no other ideas on how to fix this!...please help?
it nows 6 days until deadline on win10 so i installed it. no surprise that displaylink doesn't work even after upgrading app.
Dave Reimer commented
Dell XPS 14Z Windows 10 upgrade- download correct DisplayLink driver v 7.9. Both monitors show in DisplayLink Manager, but no video going to either monitor.
Ryan Heard commented
Performance on external displays in Win10 with v7.9 is very poor.
Windows 10 upgrade yesterday - download correct displaylink driver. Shows in Device manager, but no video going to the monitor.
tried every USB port?
Is the Solution back to Windows 8.1 - how can this happen after 6 months testing?
I'm getting: this app can't run on your pc, what should i do? Fresh Windows 10.
Elizabeth Bailey commented
Like everyone else I downloaded Windows 10. I have an older version of Display Link. It told me to download the new version which I tried. Then I get a message that I have old files and for me to contact support. I have gone through all of my program files and removed the old ones (at least all of them that I could find). It still will not let me download the new version. I can only use one monitor.
I have ASUS T100 & HooToo HT-UD01 dockig station..
Today my operating system is upgraded to Windows 10 (was Windows 8.1)
BUT any Displaylink driver (7.9, 7.8, 7.7) isn't work...
I can't use my Docking station...
Mike Young commented
I need help getting two computer working, they both have to internal video cards and they will not work with Diamond or Plugable.com display adapters..??????????
I have current Lonovo Y50 4K 15" Laptop, Had both Windows 8 and Windows 10 on it.
The laptop comes stock with two internal display adapters Intell (R) HD graphics 4600 and Nvidia Geforce GTX 860M. It has two USB 3 ports and one each usb 2 port.
I purchase a Diamond UGA 35000S USB 3 x DVI graphics external Graphics card and I also purchased a UGA-3000 USB x DVI graphics external Graphics card.
We checked the monitor for working correctly and the correct DVI cable and the Monitor both work.
I have installed, and removed the drivers and reinstalled the display link drivers 7.9.296.0 date 7/7/15.
The USB ports see both adapters and the lights come on both.....
I believe that internal Video cards are have some type of problem recognize who is going to take responsibility in helping the external graphics care.
I have the same problem on my other Desk top which has two video cards and I can not get the display adapters to work.
Is their a work around for this or should I return my product to Plugable.com and Diamond Graphics.
I have a Dell Latitude 6430u that works with the Dell Wireless D5000 dock but since my Windows 10 upgrade they are not communicating. I have updated the drive listed above but still no luck. Any ideas?
cannot use 2nd screen now with 10 due to update claiming video card driver not up to date. Intel claims all drivers up to date. New version for display link refuses to install due to compatibility issues.
Lenovo Yoga 2 pro.
I would like to know if there are known issued with using this driver with an HP 3005pr port replicator. I installed it and saw HP 3005pr Port Replicator on the right-hand side of the taskbar. Should I wait for the official HP one or can this be the same one that they will use?
forgot to mention: installed the latest driver for win10...
Hi, just upgraded from win8 to win10. display connected to my tablet dock works fine. Display connected to the DisplayLink not: only partial display - resolution of the monitor should be 1050*1680 (vertical positioned screen).
If I switch to that resolution windows apperently scales the screen from 1080*1920 to 1050*1680, so I have black bars on top + down below + both sides of the screen.
Got Ethernet to work by removing all DisplayLink drivers and starting again. this was a Windows 10 upgrade.
Thulasiraj Ravilla commented
I just migrated to Windows 10 on my Lenovo Yoga Pro 2 connected to a Plugable UD 3900. Since the upgrade, the laptop becomes terribly slow and the mouse pointer (Logitech MK220 wireless Keyboard/Mouse with a dongle) keeps jumping around whenever connected to the Plugable Dock. The display and audio works fine. This is after installing the latest Windows-10 driver version 7.9. The laptop works fine when detached from teh Plugable dock.
I am getting a BSOD with the New Dell XPS 13 with the Intel HD5500. The error that I am receiving is "page fault in nonpaged area dlkmd.sys". I see another commenter below is having a similar issue. Is there anything that we can do to make this work? I am on the full retail version of windows 10, and have updated all drivers. I am using intel driver 5.5.1028.
OK work around for that was to add DVI to HDMI adapter at monitor end of DVI cable and boom all for monitors working...