I have an Asus UX501J that use Intel HD Graphics 4600. Usually I connect 2 extra monitors. Today I came back to my computer and all displays was in chaos. My main screen was in 4K duplicated with some other screen that do not exist. In total my driver is telling me I have 7 monitors. See my screen dump. No use to update the driver. This is the latest.
Please submit your issue with this Virtual Display on a new thread. The reason is because every case is different, and this thread is related to a very specific situation (i.e several ghost monitors appearing when Hyper-V is enabled).
We are interested in helping you, and creating a new thread will let us capture more accurately all details related to the issue. Preferably using the template suggested here: https://communities.intel.com/thread/77761 https://communities.intel.com/thread/77761
I have 2 laptops that the exact same situation in that dxdiag reports 2 INSTANCES OF THE INTEL HD 620 or 630 Driver
Which is not possible, since each laptop has only 1 Intel graphics driver.
The Windows os is different 18362.19h1_release.190318-1202 for Intel HD Graphics 620 system 17763.rs5_release.180914-1434 for the Intel HD Graphics 630 system
The Laptop with the HD 630 system also has a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 THIS CAUSING MY COMPANY SEVERE DISTRESS AS MULTIPLE CUSTOMERs ARE EXPERIENCING THIS ISSUE
Attached are the DxDiag.txt files