After repeating reboot a couple of times, I went to device manager and updated driver of the Nvidia graphics card using internet and rebooted again. BTW, main reason I upgraded to Win 10 was that I can have %^&* Start menu back again. Right click anywhere on your screen and select "Graphic Properties". I'm on an HP Elite...Win 10 and Intel HD 4000 graphics card......which, when I try to update the driver, gives me the message that the installed driver is the latest and greatest. I uninstalled the utility via Control Panel/Add Remove programs, and viola!But to my surprise, the upgrading process was very smooth - I didn't even have to reinstall my software packages again - except for the display driver. @zeel As I said, trying to uninstall or reinstall drivers never worked for me. Make sure your machine is connected to internet, 2. When the Intel HD Graphics Control Panel comes up click the "Display" tab. Problem fixed after over 2 weeks of searching and trying various 'solutions'.3 – Backup makes multiple copies of data that hasn’t changed There’s a backup function built into Windows 8, which automatically makes copies of files when you make changes. writes: " Dear Dennis, I just installed Windows 10 over this past weekend, but my LCD monitor's display seems to be shifted to the right, and the fonts are fuzzy. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_input. Selector .selector_input_interaction .selector_spinner. I installed windows 10 earlier and after the install i noticed it screwed with my resolution.I've tried messing around in the Nvidia control center but that didn't really seem to do a whole lot, i tried moving around the screen with the desktop position function.
It's not just the revamped interface in Windows 8.x which has caused confusion amongst users.
Just to elaborate, Right Click on the Start Icon and select Control Panel (ie, open up the classic control panel) Click on Display I had to click on "Change Display Settings" on the left hand panel As Ian said, click on the "black" monitor and make it Extend Desktop to this display, this will enable it and then you can use the normal Screen Resolution window in Windows 10 to manage your displays, just seems Windows 10 doesn't enable the third screen and "hides" the option in the current settings app.
Starting at #4.....'instructions' don't work for me.
Then I think there is a problem with your drivers, it looks like your computer is not detecting your monitor at all.
When installing the display's on my system the computer recognized the display's but simply disabled them. After upgrading to Win 10, only one monitor was working but the NVidia graphics card was not recognized in device manager.