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Do you have the latest Intel® Graphics Driver installed?
If not, you can download it at:
I’m not sure if you have the latest drivers installed, but if not, you can download them at:
I recommend installing the Intel® Chipset Device Software first and follow by the Intel® Management Engine Driver
Also, I strongly recommend using straight connection from the unit to the HDTV, using Mini-DP from the NUC to the TV or Mini-HDMI from the NUC to the HDMI TV.
For better quality I recommend buying displayport 1.2 or HDMI 1.4a
Thank you for the advice. I upgraded to the latest graphics and chipset drivers. My NUC is connected by a mini-HDMI to HDMI cable straight to the TV. The quality may have improved a bit. Now that I upgraded I don't have a way to compare directly. But there are still significant edge artifacts and mottling in the images. It is like there is something wrong with the JPEG decoder. Very strange. Does the Intel Graphics driver include JPEG decode acceleration? Could it be misconfigured?
At this point I recommend having your system updated through Windows update and to wait for a new driver to be released.
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At the risk of sounding too direct, may I ask why? If possible could you please provide more insight into your recommendation? What makes you think "wait and see" is the most effective course of "action". :-)
In this case, Intel is aware of the issue with the Intel® Graphics Driver and Windows 10 but our engineering department is working now in a new driver to solve problems with Windows 10 and the graphics driver.