I'm in the middle of rolling out Windows 10 for my organization. I've been noticing an interesting issue specific to our projectors (among other issues, but this is one I have no good answer for yet). I'm have an open support request with InFocus, but I don't think the issue is in the hardware.
On Windows 10, Dell, laptops (that aren't using a dedicated graphics card) there are moving horizontal bars on the right side of the projected display. This noise is only appearing in maximized applications such as web browser or Office application. This is not occurring on Windows Explorer. This is happening on many different models of Dell Laptops and on three different InFocus Projectors. Attached a picture of the projector display problem.
Intel(R) HD Graphics 4600
Dell Latitude E6540
I've spent time with that setting and trying to figure out how to deploy this setting to the many computers we have with no luck. Changing Quantization Range with multiple laptop models has made this work with all of our projectors. This is a really unusual one that I'm still having trouble wrapping my head around. Since so far I can't deploy a fix for this, I need to figure something out.
Thank you for contacting us.
I understand that you are experiencing display distortions with your Dell Latitude E6540 OEM equipment and your InFocus IN126STa
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As well you mentioned that the issue happens on different models of Dell Computers, do they all share the same graphics controller (Intel(R) HD Graphics 4600) or do they have different specifications?
Are all the projectors the same model and brand?
I hope to hear from you soon.