After upgrading to the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, the video is lost on boot when either the windows login or desktop is normally displayed. The BIOS and initial low-resolution Windows 10 splash screens, however, are still displayed. The yellow led on the X-DIVPRO's remote unit flashes to indicate that there is a problem.
Provided your monitor can support it, Windows automatically increases the colour depth from 24-bit to 30-bit or higher which is not supported by the X-DVIPRO. To resolve the problem, temporarily connect a monitor directly to the host computer and go into the graphics card configuration pages. The colour depth needs to be reverted to 24-bit or also known as 8 bpc (bits per channel).
The example below is for an NVIDIA Graphics card.
- Right-click on a non-populated area of the desktop and select NVIDIA Control Panel.
- Expand the Display and then highlight the Change resolution.
- In the Apply the following settings section, choose Use NVIDIA colour settings.
- On the right side, select 8 bpc (or lower value) from the drop-down menu of Output color depth.
- Restart the PC with the X-DVIPRO reattached.