I am sorry for the delay on coming back to you. The issue related to the Pokemon game is currently being investigated.
Display Port is supported on HD 4000 when using Win 8.1. you can check this information at the following link:
We recommend using a direct connection. Most of the times when using video adapters, the signal can be interrupted and dual/triple display configuration may not work.
If I have only one monitor on port replicator (the notebook is close! No other screen...), and it is connected with display port, does not work. Blank screen, no signal. With two monitors computer recognizes the second monitor on display port, but has blank screen on it, can't adjust my screen resolution in the windows control panel... etc. Same problem since half year... The previous driver has an error when connect the second monitor. With the latest nothing happen.
Without display port monitor Intel® HD Graphics Control Panel does not works too after connect and install once the display port monitor driver. Initializing, initializing, and quit. No happen anything. It seems has any error...
Independent Digital Displays
Allows a user to connect multiple displays to the PC
Yeah, can connect, but not works.
Guys and gals.
This thread has become one of essentially ME TOO, ME TOO, ME TOO.
That's good in that it might result in INTEL paying some serious attention.
But for now, I think we are all scubbered and just have to sit and wait.
I haven't seen anyone who has actually solved the problem. A few false leads but that's about it.
I have tested several systems with and I have not been able to replicate the issue. At this point, since you have tested the driver from our side, I recommend you checking for a BIOS update from the manufacture. Besides updating the bios, it is important to test the display port with a direct connection (no video adapters) or test a different cable if possible.
The cable is good. If I connect first on built in HDMI connector, and second screen is a display port, display port is works as an extended (only one monitor, LG 29MA73D-PZ, knows PIP, DP 1.2 off mode).
If the first monitor is an LG Ultrawide on built in HDMI, second is a laptop built in screen, works well. But after I attached on the display port a monitor, the built in screen resolution set to low resolution and HDMI switch off... and display port monitor is a blank with no signal. It seems any driver error.
(If I use only display port monitor (no built in hdmi, no built in laptop screen),display port is a blank screen with a no signal. This is my main problem. I have enough one monitor but need it on the display port.)
I'm not able to use triple display...
Driver by Intel: version: 10.18.10.3379, 2013.12.18.
(If I use 184.108.40.206.3345 -> when attach display port monitor -> error message appear, but restart automatically the driver)
1st display built monitor 1600x900
2nd display LG 29MA73D-PZ connect: on port replicator at DP
3rd display LG 29MA73D-PZ connect: on built in to HDMI
1. Display Port not working from boot. I able to use on DP after boot if first attach a monitor at in bulit HDMI, after this duplicate DP and built in HDMI port (and no built in screen). I do not always succeed.
3. Triple play: blank screen all of them if try extend any external. If internal monitor off I can extend the externals.
4. After install LG monitor driver on Display Port -> Intel HD Graphics Control Panel not working anymore. If I start it, initializing about 30 sec and quit automatically. This is the latest LG driver. I already contacted with LG. I can set only with the "Screen resolution" on Desktop properties.
System: Fujitsu T902, i7-3540M @ 3Ghz , 16 GB RAM, Win 8.1 64 bit, BIOS: 2.07, 22.03.2013
What other data do you need?
ASUS N56VJ laptop running Win 8.1 with Intel HD 4000 and Nvidia GE635M.
I don't have any crashes or BSOD but, like a huge number of users who have either Netgear NVT3000, Displayport or HP TV Wireless Connect, I can't get my laptop to link with my second monitor (actually, an HDTV). My HP product will detect the HDTV, and the Nvidia Control Panel will report it as a second monitor, but no transfer of Desktop to TV takes place. THere is just a continuous "Linking" message on the TV.
The HP product works beautifully with my Windows 7 laptop and my ASUS Android Tablet. In the HP Forum other users report that everything is also fine with Win 8.0 systems. So, this is almost assuredly a problem with the Windows 8.1 Intel HD 4000 driver or, less likely, Windows 8.1 itself..
Like others, I have tried all sorts of alternative drivers for both the Intel and Nvidia GPUs. ASUS Tech Support even suggested a couple, to no avail. What really bugs me is that, once in a blue moon, the laptop and TV do connect. I have no idea why. I've tried changing the sequence of connecting, etc. but I cannot make the connection happen. It is random and very rare.
In order to have triple display it is a must to have 2 display ports and a VGA, DVI or HDMI when using a processor with Ivy Bridge (3rd generation). When using a 4th generation processor, it is required to use at least 1 display port and the others can be HDMI, DVI or VGA.
It is very important to mention again, that the configuration should be achieved by using direct connection only. In the case that an adapter is used, the configuration and performance can be affected therefore it will not work properly or at all. Note that when I say no adapter, this mean no passive or active adapters.