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In order to better understand this situation, could you please try to reproduce this situation using Microsoft Windows Embedded Standard 8 (non-connected standby) with Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 3150 Driver for 64 bit or Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 3150 Driver for 32-bit, and let us know the results?
Thanks in advance for your cooperation.
I think we have a misunderstanding about my processor. I have a Celeron® N2930 Processor processor
and looking on your website I think I should be using this driver:
The driver you link to seems to be an old Win7 driver ( I am running Win8 embedded) and it does not list my chip.
Looking at the readme and release notes for the old driver you linked to it says:
* October 29, 2010
* NOTE: This document refers to systems containing the
* following Intel chipsets:
* Intel(R) Atom(TM) D400 and Intel(R) Atom(TM) D500 Series
* Intel(R) Atom(TM) N400 Series
So it seems to be very old and not for my chip or my OS.
So do you agree I am using the correct driver?
Thanks for your clarification,
Could you please try to reproduce this issue using the Intel® Graphics Drivers for Intel® Core™, Pentium® and Celeron® Processors and let us know the results?
Thanks again for your collaboration.
I am confused why do you want me to load this older driver that is from 2013?
The driver that I gave the link for lists my processor (Celeron N2930) and it is newer (updated 9/21/2015) .
I have the driver from my link loaded on a unit and ran Intel Driver Update Utility and it did not list anything newer. So from that it would seem I have the latest driver.
I have found a simpler example for my problem using a HDMI monitor and no LVDS.
1. I connected up monitor A and set it to rotate 90. Proved the setting was saved by rebooting the unit and it stayed rotated.
2. With the unit running I disconnected Monitor A and connected up monitor B ( different brand of monitor but supports the same 1080p resolution) and the unit switched to no rotation (0).
Looking on the web this seems to be how windows now works so this is not a driver bug but a "feature" . .....
In some forum posts it seemed some video cards supported a registry setting to turn off the autodetect and some did not.
So my question for Intel is since this is an embedded type processor does Intel do anything to support turning off the autodetect so when I set a rotation or resolution that it will stick for every monitor that is attached (like I did in the past with the IEGD driver) ??
Or is there some windows api I need to use to make things stick?