Alfred Dufour wrote:Hello,
Have you tried to right click on the creator icone on your desktop and force the software to run on the hd graphics to see what happens. I would think that if it comes up ok the problem is caused by your video card.
How did you solve your first posting, I am interested because I ended up switching to the display connector instead of hdmi because of this particular problem.
Unfortunately this laptop is specifically designed for Virtual Reality, so the HDMI port is directly connected to the extra graphics card so the laptop screen can run off either, but anything external can't. I thought to try what you suggested and found that little snag.
As for the other issues:
I can't say I solved them in an articulated way.
B9 software was trying to make "Display 2", my printer, a crazy resolution (something close to 2000x1600).
I updated the drivers on both video adapters, nada.
I switched the display 2 to primary. Hint, don't do that. It will send your desktop to the printer projector and you'll need a magnifying glass to turn it off.
Lastly, and I THINK this is what did it:
-I unplugged and turned off the printer.
-Disabled the intel graphics adapter.
----This sent my laptop into WEIRD resolutions.
-Adjusted the resolutions back to 1920x1080
-Enabled the Intelcard
-Plugged it all back in and started the printer up.
At this point the resolution was right in all settings, and on to the Active Signal issue.
Hope that helps. I wish I had documented the process a bit better for you!