On 11/11/2017 my NUCi3BNH running Windows 10 pro had an automatic Intel HD 620 graphics driver update. The next boot-up afterwards, my Samsung HD monitor connected to the NUC via the HDMI port gave an error message saying the HDMI source mode was incompatible with the monitor, and only showed a blank screen. I can use remote desktop to connect to this NUC, and i can see that Windows is running properly, and the graphics in the remote desktop on a separate computer look fine, but there is no visible output on the NUC HDMI monitor output. I re-installed the HD 620 graphics driver update, and still the same.
Does anybody have an idea of what is going on, and how to fix it? I would very much appreciate any help.
I understand you were having a problem with the monitor after updating to the latest graphics drivers. I apologize for the inconvenience.
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I'm having the same issue with a Samsung monitor model T27C310LB.
My computer is a DELL Inspiron i15.
Everything was working just fine before Intel Graphics HD 620 auto-updated. It's absolutely frustrating. When I reinstalled a previous version of the driver, it got back to work but somehow I can't disable its auto-updates so the problem keeps coming back.
I am sorry to hear you are experiencing issues with the monitor going blank.
I would like to know what are the graphics drivers version you have been testing on this computer?
Please open new thread and report this problem to the graphics forums
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