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Windows 10 Home 64 V1703 has lost its display duplication facility and advises no Projection facility either.

Question asked by londontim on Nov 26, 2017
Latest reply on Nov 29, 2017 by londontim

Windows 10 Home 64 V1703 has recently lost its display duplication facility and now advises no Projection facility either.  I am using AMD E-450 APU with Radeon HD graphics supplied with ATI Mobility Radeon 4200 series display driver.  This info is recorded in the Device Manager.  However in the Display Settings it advises the driver is instead a Microsoft Basic Display Driver, with technical details shown as 'unavailable'.  When selecting the Radeon Upgrade in the Design Manager, that fact is also returned there.  Is it known whether this is an MS policy to override the AMD driver and to cease the duplication/projection facility that was downloaded in a W10 update?  All views are welcome.  Kind regards.

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