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Ill try and provide as much information as I can. The PC is a Lenovo M700 Tiny Desktop i3 6100T, plugged into an ASUS touchscreen monitor VT207 through a DVI cable which is connected to a DVI to display port adapter. Out of the box the display profile trigger selection was available and after I had to re fresh the operating system the trigger profile option was still available. However, after the third and hopefully final refresh the option is no longer available.
Video driver - 220.127.116.1174 - The system flags any attempt to install a different driver with an error about the driver not being approved for this machine.
Monitor - 10.0.14393.0 - The monitor Is utilizing the Generic PnP monitor
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I downloaded an older version of the display driver and the profile trigger selection has been restored. Thanks for your looking in on my problem but it would appear rolling back an older driver worked.