Hi there i got recently connected my nuc NUC7i5BNB with the latest bios 0072 and drivers on a updated win 10 machine with two 2K screens the AOC Q3279WG5B with this cable https://bit.ly/2GbbsWb
If i connect the second screen i get a no signal notification on the second screen connected with usb-c to dp 1.2 both running at 60hz if i unplug the usb-c cable from the nuc and plug it back in the second screen is working again. For me i need a solution for the unplug and replug the cable all the time i dont have a spare cable to test by the way.Everything with the latest drivers
no worrie it was just a shortlink this is the cable i am talking about https://nl.aliexpress.com/item/Cabletime-USB-C-naar-DisplayPort-Kabel-4-k-60-hz-Type-C-USB-3-1-Thunderbolt/32850616387.html?spm=a2g0s.9042322.214.171.12414c4dqZ8Mbh.
I am hoping that Intel Customer Support has a setup for testing this scenario; I do not. My two 4K TVs are not within cable distance of each other and are both HDMI, whereas this test requires one to be DP.
yes a new nuc no jest an new ssd and windows 10 64 bits,
i didnt have a second monitor before
i tried the both drivers but still the same issue
I tried to boot up just one monitor with the usb-c to dp cable connecting to the nuc but also with one monitor connected i had to replug the cable after that i get my signal back and also tested that with the second monitor same problem.
Does that mean that it is the usb-c to dp cable mailfunctioning?