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My monitors are only connected to the output for the graphics card, so it’s unclear to me how the integrated graphics card could be involved at all, and NVIDIA’s language on their site seems to indicate that external monitors hooked up only to the graphics card will always use the graphics card (see this language here – “Programs and videos that launch on external displays that are driven by the NVIDIA GPU will always use the NVIDIA GPU rather than the integrated graphics processor.”). That being said, I’ve downloaded the intel driver update software, and the only updates to apply were for bluetooth and wifi, so presumably my graphics driver is also up to date for integrated graphics, regardless of whether it’s being used or not. The problem still persists when client side decoding is enabled.
What about for those of using NVIDIA graphics cards? I’m on the latest driver version from NVIDIA for my card (GTX 1060 6 GB) and continue to have the issue. Updating to an intel driver isn’t an option for me given the card origin.
I’m having a very similar problem as well with both machines on Windows after the latest update – I’ve made a separate thread because I didn’t want to pile onto this one, but I imagine the two problems are related.January 8, 2020 at 09:06 in reply to: Extreme lag when connecting from/to Windows 10 machine to Windows Server 2008 r2 #25145
I’ve sent the logs as you requested. Thank you so much in advance for the help and please let me know if there’s any further information I can/should provide.