Same system, same problem.
Any help would be very much appreciated.
Same problem here with Sony VAIO Series S with Intel HD Graphics 4000
Same problem here with Dell Inspiron 17R SE 7720 with Intel HD Graphics 4000.
Pending a solution, here's an alternative:
Change in the app.xaml.cs:
RootFrame = new PhoneApplicationFrame ();
RootFrame = new TransitionFrame ();
(add tookit in references)
Yes I know, but not a good solution, this is a workaround, not a fix and Intel MUST fix that !
I have the same problem with Asus N56VZ . Recently I started reading and studying for windows phone programming and I don't know what I can do to solve problem. If someone could help me it would be grateful.
Because your system uses Switchable Graphics (Nvidia+Intel) , i uses a driver that is supported by Nvidia. Intel provides Nvidia In HD Graphics component of the switchable graphics driver and then Nvidia combines it with the Nvidia graphics driver.
Can you switch the system to run in the performance mode using the Nvidia GPU and try your app?
Is there any news on this topic? I have a Lenovo U310 ultrabook with the Intel HD 4000 graphics card, with exactly the same issue. I have render issues in the Windows Phone Emulator, but also in the graphical xaml designer in Visual Studio. It is simply unusable. Everything runs perfectly fine on my desktop with an ATi graphics card... Should I sell my laptop or is there a fix on its way?
I have the same issue.... using HD 4000 graphic.... my laptop only has 1 video card which is the built in ... so it's very annoyed when I am running windows mobile emulator...
I hope Intel has a fix soon... PLEASE>...