06-01-2017 10:44 AM
I updated Windows 10, and now my external screen only displays 1280x720 pixels instead of 1920x1200. I cannot add this as a custom resolution in the intel driver, because there is "not enough bandwidth". This is the case if I connect it with the HDMI output on the laptop as well as the HDMI output on the OneLink Dock.
I installed all the newest graphics drivers, didn't help. Any other solutions?
06-03-2017 07:11 AM - edited 06-03-2017 07:12 AM
Can you give more details of you issue?
You have the TP Yoga 14, connected to a Onelink Dock (is the ThinkPad OneLink or the OneLink+ dock ? ) and connected to a monitor (Can you share the monitor model?).
- Where do you get the "not enough bandwidth" error ? When you try to change the resolution of the display on Windows?
- Which Windows update did you applied? Can you run "winver" and see the version?
Just in case, can you check some other cables, adapter, and maybe some other monitor (or TV) arround to see if it produces different results?. I had noticed on the display forums that different HDMI cables and adapters produced different results sometimes.
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