- When Hotplugging the Lenovo L2321X DP panel the CUI lists 2 modes (6x10 and 9x10 ) which are not able to be applied
- Call of Duty - Black Ops - A Driver crash or BSOD can occur during the game play
- While in extended display mode if you change the primary display rotation to 90 or 270 Degree There is only one display mode resolution available for the secondary display
- 1280x1024/1280x960 can not be selected when attached to a VGA monitor(max res:1600x900)
- LVDS Panel shows a white horizontal line of garbage in the center of the screen after changing the resolution
- Certain DirectX samples - Switchblade would cause the system to BSOD
- In the case of Dual display with certain DP panels one of the displays would blank-out on re-boot
- BSOD(0x19) while hot-docking system with two digital ports connected to docking station
- PC Game-Serious Sam; While playing this game; the system would sporadically BSOD
- The Display resolution 1280x1024 is shown twice in CUI after setting 16bbp color.
- PC Game- Brink; performance was slightly lower
- When using a VGA display and 16BPP not all supported RR are listed as expected
- Device name was being displayed as "Intel HD Graphics 3000" for 3rd generation Intel Core Processor Family
- PC Benchmark - 3D Mark2000 was unable to execute correctly
- Display modes and resolutions were not being persisted correctly.
- When setting a Resolution Mode there is a mismatch in the modes displayed in CUI & OS Page. These are different
- Slight flicker was observed on certain manufacturer's LVDS panels during display mode switching
- The adapter string in OS properties Page and "Processor Graphics in Use" in CUI shows as "Intel (R) HD Graphics" instead of "Intel HD Graphics 4000" in GT2 Production CPU
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