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If it convert HDMI to DVI, it may not be displayed from NUC10i3FN.

If it convert HDMI to DVI, it may not be displayed from NUC10i3FN.

This symptom may occur even if you disable the graphics driver.
Since it does not occur with the Intel logo or BIOS displayed at POST,

It is thought that it occurs because it cannot support a specific resolution or refresh rate.

With a monitor made by Philips where an abnormality occurs,
If you set 1280x1024 and refresh rate 75Hz, it will be displayed normally,
Adjustments cannot be made for EIZO monitors that cannot be set to 75 Hertz.

OS is Windows 10 Pro 64bit 1909
BIOS is 0039 (latest)
The graphic driver is as follows.

Does not occur with NUC8i3.

Are the following issues target to NUC10i3FNH?

https://www.intel.com/content/www/us/en/support/articles/000024118/intel-nuc/intel-nuc-kits.html

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Not all DVI dongles/adapters are created equal. This was why Intel originally instituted its no dongles or adapters support rule.

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