Windows 8 / LG Flatron Power Detection
Hi Tech Forums,
I was wondering if anyone would have an explanation or solution to Windows 8 not detecting the input state of my two LG displays? The issue is not with waking up or sleeping, but moving open windows to the active displays. It is a 3 display configuration. 1 HDMI connection to a TV and two DVI-D connections to the LG monitors. Not so big of a deal, but is quite a pain when using the TV by itself. Windows detects the power state of the TV HDMI connection no problem. I couldn't seem to find any useful information when searching the subject, so I thought I'd make a post. It appears this may be an automated feature of windows, and might not work with DVI-D. I might be missing something. Many thanks in advance.
- Checked display driver. No firmware available for devices.
- Played with on-board display settings. No avail.
- Checked settings of my geForce GTX 770. No power state settings.
- Verified Windows display settings and advanced properties. No luck.