Thank you for contacting the Intel community.
What is the NUC model?
Have you tried with the latest graphics driver? You can download it at the Intel download center website:
Make sure the BIOS and drivers are up to date?
What operating system are you suing?
Have you tried contacting Hiperwall support? You can try here:
Please attach your system information, perhaps other contributors with similar configuration can help here:
Intel SSU (System Support Utility) (https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/25293/Intel-System-Support-Utility):
Download Intel® System Support Utility
- Download the utility
- Run the exe and select ‘Scan’
- Save and include as an attachment in the Intel Community Forum
Reports for Intel® Graphics Drivers follow the steps here:
- Click on the “Start Menu” -> Type “DxDiag” -> Press “Enter” -> Wait for the DirectX Diagnostic Tool to finish loading
- In the DirectX Diagnostic Tool, click “Save All Information” -> Save the file DxDiag.txt
- Include DxDiag.txt as an attachment in the Intel Community Forum
It has been resolved yet. I have tried through software, namely ZoneScreen as suggested, but that generates an additional TCP/UDP port on the computer to mirror the current display; as I understood from the context of the installation and the options available.
I have the latest video drivers already; and such update would not do anything either because it is not a hardware or software problem; it's a feature I lack. I want to be able to "fool" the computer into thinking it has two screens with the same resolution instead of just the default one.
I did not try, however, to use the Hiperwall Sender because I did not know such a program existed.
I'll contact Hiperwall support and ask if Sender is a viable solution and I'll try it probably next week because I have a big project going on right now with higher priority.
Thank you again for the suggestions!!
NUC model number NUC5i3RYK