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ericb2
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Win 10 15063.447 graphic driver bug

Hello,

 

I'd like to report that my ThinkPad Yoga 260 systematically has a bug since I updated it to Win 10 15063.447.

I have a Lenovo Thinkvision external monitor hooked to a Lenovo OneLink+ docking station.

I also have the PC screen turned on, as an extended monitor.

 

Each time that the monitor turns off when I lock the PC, the monitor will not display anything, despite the monitor led turning green.

 

The workaround is that I unplug the docking station from the PC, and plug it back it right after, and then the monitor displays the image correctly.

 

I think it is a graphic driver issue.

 

If I close the PC, using only the external monitor instead of both monitors, the external monitor works properly.

 

Thank you.

 

Best regards,

Guru
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Re: Win 10 15063.447 graphic driver bug

AFAIK Windows by default will only show the logon screen on the primary monitor with all other monitors remaining on but black. This is definitely the case for Windows 7; I'm not sure if they've fixed this in 10.

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ericb2
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Re: Win 10 15063.447 graphic driver bug

Yes, but in my case they both remain black.
The primary monitor shows the mouse flickering, and that's it.

 

Thank you.

 

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