Have you tried to put your Asus monitor HDMI instead of DVI?
Thank you for your suggestion, it's been on my mind, but there is a cabling issue. So I've not been able to test yet. I'll see if I can do it temporarly to test if it changes anything.
Changing the cabling did not make any difference.
Edit: I also tried the beta drivers posted on top of this forum, but they have same problem.
By logical deduction or is something physical and it is not possible to solve it by software. You may have to admit it's a physical failure and resolve it as it does today.
It's for sure a software issue. I dualboot and have run several linux distributions on this hardware and have never encountered this problem before.
The foolishness of the week. Has it occurred to you to change the monitor with the keyboard combination to single monitor. And then off the other devices.
It actually has, I tried it before swapping cables and tried it again now. Win+P and select PC Screen only, the projector says no input, and desktop is only on monitor. Turning off the reciever at this point and monitor (direct hdmi cable from pc to monitor) loose signal aswell.
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It does not resolve it?
Eliminates computer drivers and then detect it again and install. Is this what you tried?
Like I tried to say, changing to single monitor output before turning off projector does not help.
I have not tested with windows 8.1 shipped drivers. I will try that now, to eliminate if problem is limited to intel provided drivers or not.
"Microsoft Basic Display Adapter" does not show the same behavior.
I will now tro to reinstall a intel driver. This time I will try the one on Asus website, even though it's rather old. 10.18.10.3262
So Basic windows driver does not have the problem.
Tried installing driver from Asus website but it refused to install. So had to go with the official Intel drivers and issue is back again. Monitor output is cut as soon as I turn off my projector or reciever.
you've found your problem. is a problem in the intel driver. has reported the problem already intel.
I've been to the Asus site and send you the link I've been seeing.
Motherboards - H87I-PLUS
I suggest you upgrade in the following order:
1. The BIOS if necessary.
Two. the chipset
Devéria solve your problem. But dimelo and we will solve together, whatever.
Bios is up to date,
chipset drivers are loaded from asus website
graphics drivers would not install from asus website, using intel official drivers.
"Devéria solve your problem. But dimelo and we will solve together, whatever. "
I don't understand ?