Consolidated monitor issues thread
I also get the issue. I have completed the latest windows update as of 2nd March and this "may" have resolved it. I won't know for a few days but will report back to let you know.I have exactly the same issue as described here:
Is there any solution yet?
No sorry it is not fixed. If I leave the machine (say over lunch) and it goes to sleep after 20 mins. The external monitor will not wake up unless I reboot the machine.I also get the issue. I have completed the latest windows update as of 2nd March and this "may" have resolved it. I won't know for a few days but will report back to let you know.
I have a similar problem with a Dell U3415-W UWQHD with two devices for PBP. Whether full or aspect ratio, I cannot get the Surface Pro 4 output to anything approaching full PBP without letterboxing or skewing, regardless of miniDP > HDMI, miniDP > DP or miniDP > miniDP. Second input machine, a Lenovo ThinkPad L440 running Windows 7, does 1720x1440 (half the screen) full PBP with no aspect ratio skewing just fine.Hi all,
I installed the latest Windows 10 build and the latest available firmware update. After that my scenario is not working properly anymore.
I use as external monitor the Samsung S32D850T in PIP/PBP-Mode= using a splitscreen to display two different devices. Until the latest patch everything workes fine, but now...
When I switch off the PIP-mode, and connect only the Book -->everything is fine.
When I switch on the PIP-mode, and use the Samsung as secondary monitor -->everything is fine
When I switch on the PIP-mode, and use the Samsung as primary monitor --> some apps behave quite strange; it seems they are in a kind of 'tablet mode'. E.g. Outlook 2016 looks like in tablet mode; email preview is gone (and cannot be activated anymore); the folder area at the left is automatically minimized (and also can't be activated anymore).
Can anyone confirm this? I know maybe a quite special scenario, but it used to work before the latest update...