The Device is showing as a a/v class device and not as a monitor. any ideas?
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I would need more information in regards to your system configuration:
Which version of Windows do you have?
Also, the exact processor model and the graphics controller:
Click the Windows icon, and then right-click Computer .
Select Properties .
Find System Type on the Properties window, and then note the processor model.
Intel(r) Pentium (r) CPU J2900 @2.41GHZ 2.41 ghz
Intel(R) HD Graphics
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Thanks for the information.
Please bear in mind you are trying to convert USB into video and this type of adapters might not be supported by your computer model. Also, the computer manufacturer may impose restrictions about the features supported by your graphics controller when using adapters.
Intel recommends using straight cables such VGA to VGA, HDMI to HDMI or Display port to Display port.
See here for more information: Graphics Drivers — Multiple Displays Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)