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Old 10-12-2016, 12:06 PM   #11
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I could work with my Lenovo carbon x1 + Lenovo ThinkPad USB3.0 Dock (0A33971)
and DisplayLink until the Windows 10 Anniversary came along. Everything is fine, if I only use my build-in-display. If I try to use my external monitors, I get this log:
[INFO ] Kivy: v1.9.0
[INFO ] Python: v2.7.9 (default, Dec 10 2014, 12:28:03) [MSC v.1500 64 bit (AMD64)]
[INFO ] Factory: 173 symbols loaded
[INFO ] Image: Providers: img_tex, img_dds, img_gif, img_sdl2, img_pil (img_ffpyplayer ignored)
[INFO ] OSC: using <thread> for socket
[INFO ] Window: Provider: sdl2
[INFO ] GL: GLEW initialization succeeded
[INFO ] GL: OpenGL version <1.1.0>
[INFO ] GL: OpenGL vendor <Microsoft Corporation>
[INFO ] GL: OpenGL renderer <GDI Generic>
[INFO ] GL: OpenGL parsed version: 1, 1
[CRITICAL ] GL: Minimum required OpenGL version (2.0) NOT found!
OpenGL version detected: 1.1
Version: 1.1.0
Vendor: Microsoft Corporation
Renderer: GDI Generic
Try upgrading your graphics drivers and/or your graphics hardware in case of problems.
The application will leave now.

Now I downgraded to the previous Windows 10 build and everything works again. I'm only afraid looking in the near future (<4 month), when Windows 10 Anniversary is unavoidable!
I'm hoping, there will be a solution soon.

kind regards
Carsten

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Old 10-12-2016, 02:50 PM   #12
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Hello Carsten, and all,

I have a question.
When you boot, what display is the primary?
If going through the Indirect Display engine, could you please try to make the laptop monitor primary, then reboot and see if it changes the behaviour?
We have a suspicion that the graphics adapter may be enumerated in a different order and therefore you won't have the "Microsoft Corporation 1.1.0" first.

I'd welcome your feedback on this as it would help get this fixed... We don't really have control over what the OS lists as cards, and you've stated that what the capability returned does not look to be from DisplayLink driver.

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Old 10-12-2016, 03:07 PM   #13
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mhm - I would like to, but I don't know, if I can be of any help anymore, since I downgraded win10 and got therefore OpenGL V.4 support back - see actual log:
[INFO ] [Window ] Provider: sdl2
[INFO ] [GL ] GLEW initialization succeeded
[INFO ] [GL ] OpenGL version <4.0.0 - Build 10.18.10.4358>
[INFO ] [GL ] OpenGL vendor <Intel>
[INFO ] [GL ] OpenGL renderer <Intel(R) HD Graphics 4000>
[INFO ] [GL ] OpenGL parsed version: 4, 0
[INFO ] [GL ] Shading version <4.00 - Build 10.18.10.4358>
[INFO ] [GL ] Texture max size <16384>
[INFO ] [GL ] Texture max units <16>
[INFO ] [Window ] auto add sdl2 input provider
... so for now the problem is gone.
(Besides I didn't completely understand, how to make "laptop monitor primary".)

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Old 10-12-2016, 03:38 PM   #14
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Hello Carsten, and all,

I have a question.
When you boot, what display is the primary?
If going through the Indirect Display engine, could you please try to make the laptop monitor primary, then reboot and see if it changes the behaviour?
We have a suspicion that the graphics adapter may be enumerated in a different order and therefore you won't have the "Microsoft Corporation 1.1.0" first.

I'd welcome your feedback on this as it would help get this fixed... We don't really have control over what the OS lists as cards, and you've stated that what the capability returned does not look to be from DisplayLink driver.

Kind regards,
Alban
Hi Alban, what I have tried is to boot the laptop without Displaylink connected. Then after I log in, I connect the displaylink hub to the laptop. After a bit of initialization, the display link monitors display content and the laptop display switches off. Now if I run any openGL app, the problem of everything being incredibly slow reoccurs, and XYZWare again reports OpenGL 1.

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Old 10-12-2016, 06:22 PM   #15
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Good afternoon,

The primary monitor is the one with the system tray icons.
To change the primary monitor, simply right-click on the desktop, then select Display settings, then click on the monitor you wish to make primary, then tick the box "Make this my main display", then click Apply.

Deon,
On Windows 10 Anniversary Update, when no DisplayLink chip is connected, there is nothing from DisplayLink running. However, the Windows OS part of the logic doing the indirectly connected display is still there and is always running.
Just now, I'm looking for an OpenGL basic application to do the test on my machine.

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Deon,
Would you please be able to post a zip with a project for DesignSpark?
Nobody else will be able to download the zip.
When I open the tool, there is nothing. I have tried adding components on the schematics but that doesn't give me a PCB...
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Deon,
Would you please be able to post a zip with a project for DesignSpark?
Nobody else will be able to download the zip.
When I open the tool, there is nothing. I have tried adding components on the schematics but that doesn't give me a PCB...
Thanks,
Alban
There are a number of samples that you can use. A good reference is located on your harddrive here: C:\Users\Public\Documents\DesignSpark PCB 7.2\Examples\ChipKitMax32

Open the chipKIT Max32.pcb file.
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Old 10-19-2016, 03:25 PM   #18
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Good afternoon,

The primary monitor is the one with the system tray icons.
To change the primary monitor, simply right-click on the desktop, then select Display settings, then click on the monitor you wish to make primary, then tick the box "Make this my main display", then click Apply.

Deon,
On Windows 10 Anniversary Update, when no DisplayLink chip is connected, there is nothing from DisplayLink running. However, the Windows OS part of the logic doing the indirectly connected display is still there and is always running.
Just now, I'm looking for an OpenGL basic application to do the test on my machine.

Kind regards,
Alban
Hi Alban,
If you'd like 2 free applications that have this openGL error on launch then you could look at Nox and Memu android emulators.
Both are FOC to download and run and don't require a signup

Nox:
http://en.bignox.com/
Memu:
http://www.memuplay.com/

Nox will work using your solution of disconnection dock, launching app, re-connecting dock.
Memu won't
shout if you need further info on it.

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Old 10-21-2016, 12:52 AM   #19
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There are a number of samples that you can use. A good reference is located on your harddrive here: C:\Users\Public\Documents\DesignSpark PCB 7.2\Examples\ChipKitMax32

Open the chipKIT Max32.pcb file.
Hi Alban, any further thoughts on this? WebGL and OpenGL are broken.

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Hi Alban, any further thoughts on this? WebGL and OpenGL are broken.

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Hi Deon,
The PCB thing wasn't part of DesignSpark Electrical software linked but another one I downloaded it and ran the PCB 3D rendering. It struggled for about 3s and then was smooth on my Surface Pro 3 through Dell D3100 docks and dual HD monitors and on the Surface Pro native monitor without the dock connected so that won't be a good proof point.
The OpenGL Extension Viewer 4.1 application shows that DisplayLink has both non-accelerated and accelerated (1.1 and 4.x), identical to without DisplayLink... So that's not a good way to report this either...

That's why I have added the task to the engineering backlog. They will need to investigate and create the analysis report to Microsoft.

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Alban
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