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    Creators Update Fall 1709 + NUC7i7BNH = "display resolution not supported"




      I have been using my NUC7i7BNH for a while, running Win 10 Pro 1703 connected to reciver and TV with HDMI.

      Yesterday I got a new harddrive (Samsung 960 EVO 256GB NVME) and did a clean install with a Win 10 Pro 1709 (Creators Update Fall) ISO.

      After installation a few minutes went by, the screen flickers and then goes black. Try to restart but the TV just says “display resolution not supported”. Perform restore to an earlier system restore point (probably before the update/driver was installed). The display works again and everything is OK. But after a few minutes the same thing happens again. Unplug my Ethernet cable and do yet another restore. This time the machine is running considerably longer. Download the Intel drivers from my laptop and install them on the NUC from a USB-drive. When I get do the display driver (Intel® HD Graphics Driver for Windows® 10 for Intel® NUC Kit NUC7i3BN, NUC7i5BN, and NUC7i7BN Version: (Latest) Date: 9/11/2017 ) the same thing happens again – no display.


      Then tries to connect the NUC to my PC monitor and it works perfectly. Do a few restarts, wait a while etc… Everything works. Then connect it to the TV again – no picture – “display resolution not supported”. (Note: I have tried to connect the NUC directly to the TV without passing the receiver, but it didn´t help).


      Gave up and switched back to my old hard drive with 1703 and that of course worked. Is the Intel display driver not fully compatible with 1709 Creators update?

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