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Hi, iroxter,Thank you very much for joining the Intel® Graphics communities.
Could you please provide the specific model of the laptop?
The problem happens just with the Edge browser?
Remember that the Intel graphics drivers are generic, which means they may or may not work with your system, that is why we recommend to use the drivers provided by the manufacturer, did you try to install their drivers already?
Any further questions, please let me know.
Thank your for the info.
I really tried to download the manufacturers driver but at the moment there is only an asian mirror with extreme low bandwidth (~25kb/s) and unstable connection.
Thats why I tried the INTEL generic drivers.
However at least the problem mentioned in this thread has been solved since todays Windows 10 Update (KB4016871).
I am still having issue that color settings are not reset after restart of Windows 10.
Happy I found a fix for the problem.
The notebook has 2 Display Ports. The one connected to is a DP Rev 1.4 port. I plugged the monitor in the other port and it everything works right now.
I wound the 1.4 port seems to be somehow hardwired to the nvidia chip because modification of vibrance was possible with nvidia panel but not saved. Maybe...
Now this means ths additional 1.4 port is useless for me. But as I only need 1 ext. Monitor connect I can live with that.
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iroxter, Thank you very much for sharing that information and those details.
Perfect, excellent, it is great to hear that everything is working fine now. In order to get more information about the DP 1.4 port being somehow hardwired to the nvidia card, the best thing to do will be to get in contact with the manufacturer of the notebook, since they build it they will be able to provide more details or even warranty assistance on the device if necessary
Any questions, please let me know.