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Landossa 06-13-2019 09:17 AM

Windows 10 v1903, dGPU on graphics intensive app
 
Hello List,

I have been using DisplayLink for a while now.

I just updated Windows 10 to 1903 and now when ever I try and launch any game it crashes. Everything else works.

I have updated the latest DisplayLink Driver to 9.1.1651.0 but this does not fix the issue.

All games DO work when I plug my monitor Directly into my Laptop.

This means that there is a DisplayLink driver problem when playing games under Windows 10 v1903 using HDMI. But could effect all display connections with DisplayLink and Windows 10 v1903.

Any ideas when this will be fixed?

Thanks,
L

AlbanRampon 06-13-2019 11:49 AM

Hello Landosa,

Actually, from your test you proved it's a regression in Windows 10 v1903 behaviour.

Microsoft is currently working on that bug.
In the meantime, I'd like to suggest you select the laptop display as "main display" in Windows display settings before launching the game.

Kind regards,
Alban

jking777 07-08-2019 03:20 PM

Is there any news on this? I haven't been able to run OpenGL apps since the 1903 update.

AlbanRampon 07-15-2019 09:54 AM

Hello,

The OS fix has been rolled out to Windows 10 Insiders build 18932.
Would you or anyone else be able to feed back on the status for your application(s)?

Kind regards,
Alban

stvlada 07-15-2019 08:04 PM

After an upgrade to Windows 10 preview 18936 build, I was able to start Adobe Photoshop CC 2019, which I couldn't before this upgrade due to the bug with the GPU setup.

I think this will resolve your issue also.

AlbanRampon 07-15-2019 08:09 PM

Excellent stvlada, thank you for confirming.
What about the performance? I believe you should see it improved compared to previous OS.

stvlada 07-16-2019 08:47 PM

Haven't been able to troubleshoot more, but I do experience WUDFHost in combination with Chrome, triggers my CPU fan spinning even just with one page opened in Chrome, while browsing.
I can see that WUDFHost is also using GPU #0 and CPU resources and together with Chrome they ignite my CPU fan.

If I'm not connected with my D3100 docking station, using only Chrome on my laptop, CPU fan is silent and not spinning at all.
So, still some issues with WUDFHost.

AlbanRampon 07-25-2019 10:44 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by stvlada (Post 88238)
Haven't been able to troubleshoot more, but I do experience WUDFHost in combination with Chrome, triggers my CPU fan spinning even just with one page opened in Chrome, while browsing.
I can see that WUDFHost is also using GPU #0 and CPU resources and together with Chrome they ignite my CPU fan.

If I'm not connected with my D3100 docking station, using only Chrome on my laptop, CPU fan is silent and not spinning at all.
So, still some issues with WUDFHost.

Hello Stvlada,
Would it be possible for me to start a private email thread with you?
We have been trying to reproduce what you describe for a while now, unsuccesfully.
We even purchased the same machine as the one you have...
Kind regards,
Alban

stvlada 07-25-2019 10:57 AM

Alban, of course! You are more than welcome :)

marzomarz 08-06-2019 12:14 AM

I'm having an issue with my D3100 and wonder if this is what I am experiencing


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