Yes I'm seeing this myself (I only have two monitors), you have to move all open windows back to where you had them originally.
This was posted on another post. try this;
"Hey guys, this is what I've found.
lGo into the BIOS, and select Advanced, then select Performance, lastly select Memory. Then on the right side of the panel, for Memory Profiles select Manual - User Defined. Also change, Memory Timing to Manual User Defined, then for fRFC put: 374. That should fix it. Please let me know if not.
for XMP, it's pretty similar. Enable the XMP profile, and as long as teh tRFC is NOT 912, it should work. Otherwise follow the steps that I gave lloyd.
Can you please put the link to the thread you are referencing? Have you tried the fix?
I don't have a flickering problem, or for that matter, a problem with the display driver. The issue seems to be that if the power settings are set to turn monitors off before sleep, the windows on the extended monitors condense down to the main monitor. When woken from sleep, all 3 monitors power up to the extended desktop, but all open windows are on the Main monitor. This would make it a driver issue.
what I am trying now is to set only a sleep time interval. That is monitors stay on until sleep, and don't shut off ahead of sleep. This is a bit of a kludge, but maybe it will work. I will let everyone know.
Seems that by changing the power plan for the nuc to NOT shut down the monitors before entering sleep prevents the desktops from rearranging onto the main display when sleep happens. I have SCREEN "When plugged in, turn off after" set to Never. I have SLEEP "when plugged in PC goes to sleep after" set to 15 minutes.
Using this workaround extended displays seem to work fine.
NOTE: I have Intel Ready Mode turned on.
Hello davidfi01 ,
Is there an INF driver that you can install for your monitors?
A monitor driver supplies configuration information (an .INF file) used by the operating system to implement the plug and play (PnP) features of the monitor. This configuration information includes supported refresh rates, screen resolution, and color quality settings.
You should be able to get the INF driver from you monitor manufacturer website. Also, make sure you have the latest Windows updates.
Make sure you have the latest graphics driver installed and the latest BIOS; if the latest graphics does not work, you can try the Beta driver
Try uninstalling the driver already installed and reinstall the latest, please see Uninstalling the Intel® Graphics Driver and Intel® Display HDMI/Audio Driver
Please see BIOS Update Instructions for Intel® NUC
Make sure you have the latest Intel® Chipset Device Software for Intel® NUC and the Intel® Management Engine Consumer Driver for Intel® NUC
Please see at the following link triple display configurations for the Intel® NUC Kit NUC6i7KYK
I hope this helps.
I have the latest drivers, and there is NO inf for the monitors running under windows 10. The workaround is to not sleep the monitors ahead of the system. If you just sleep the system, the monitors always wake up with the windows extended to where they should be. They don't all condense onto monitor 1.
Thank you for the information, I will escalate this issue for further investigation, I will appreciate if you could fill out the information at the following link and post it here to report the issue.
Please don’t forget the SSU file the DxDiag and the DispDiag, also I will appreciate if you can attach the graphics report with the driver version that you have the issue.
You can follow the steps to get the Report for Intel® Graphics Drivers here:
In addition you can test the latest driver released and if the problem persists I will appreciate if you could attach the report with this driver as well.
I just want to inform that we are working on methods to address this issue. We will be providing updates to all users using the following Community threads:
https://communities.intel.com/thread/102613 [Graphics Community]
https://communities.intel.com/thread/102871 [NUCs Community]
Thank you for your patience,