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Windows has broken Displayport.

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19 minutes ago, Inx said:

Need more information, was the display driver updated?  Windows sometimes does that.  What build of Windows are you on?

Also my build is:

Windows 10

Version 1803 (OS Build 17134.472)

To answer your question. Maybe you have information that could help me?

So guys I woke up this morning after updating windows. I turned on my computer and the display woke up but was unable to show an image over displayport. I switched to HDMI and it worked fine. My friend has also had this issue after updating. Just thought I'd let you all know that it is not your PC. Please post below if you have also had this problem. I'd like to get more data on this.

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Need more information, was the display driver updated?  Windows sometimes does that.  What build of Windows are you on?

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A Windows update can't physically break a display output, it sounds more like a graphics driver issue. 

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2 minutes ago, Inx said:

Need more information, was the display driver updated?  Windows sometimes does that.  What build of Windows are you on?

This isn't me asking for help necessarily, I just wanted to know if other people were also having this issue. I'm currently going through the steps to try to fix this such as: updating drivers

 

2 minutes ago, LinusTechTipsFanFromDarlo said:

A Windows update can't physically brake a display output, it sounds more like a graphics driver issue. 

Obviously, I'm just trying to see if others are also having this problem. I believe the cause is the new windows update. It cannot physically break the port but it can stop it from displaying video.

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19 minutes ago, Inx said:

Need more information, was the display driver updated?  Windows sometimes does that.  What build of Windows are you on?

Also my build is:

Windows 10

Version 1803 (OS Build 17134.472)

To answer your question. Maybe you have information that could help me?

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6 minutes ago, Hagrid911 said:

Also my build is:

Windows 10

Version 1803 (OS Build 17134.472)

To answer your question. Maybe you have information that could help me?

Lol I answered my own question. 1809 is the latest version not 1803.That was my issue. RIP me

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2 hours ago, Hagrid911 said:

This isn't me asking for help necessarily, I just wanted to know if other people were also having this issue. I'm currently going through the steps to try to fix this such as: updating drivers

 

Obviously, I'm just trying to see if others are also having this problem. I believe the cause is the new windows update. It cannot physically break the port but it can stop it from displaying video.

A Windows update can only break the video output IF it touched your video drivers.  Do you not know what your video driver version is?  What GPU are you using?

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