Display settings not allowing multiple displays

Since the update yesterday in windows 10 insider, my settings in multiple displays is not functioning correctly. most boxes are blank, and with not allow me to extend display to all monitors?

Brian

Have you tried reinstalling display drivers? if that doesn't help, I am afraid you would have to rollback to 1803, until this gets fixed.
https://www.yourwindowsguide.com/2018/10/rollba...
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some of the desktops and  laptops  are affected this  issus ,  I think Microsoft will address this issue in next update , my asus laptop drivers are  safe  , all are working

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Please try these options one by one and check after each option.

1. Use the Hardware & Devices Troubleshooter
Type Troubleshoot in Windows Start Search box > Click Troubleshoot > Scroll down & Click Hardware & Devices > Click Run the Troubleshooter & follow on-screen directions > Restart the computer after troubleshooting is completed

2. Take actions related to Display Driver
Windows Key+X > Click Device Manager > Expand Display Adapter > Right click on entry below >

A. Rollback the Driver
Click Properties > Go to Driver tab > If there is rollback option, click it

B. Update driver from manufacturer's website
Go to the website of the driver's manufacturer or computer's manufacturer > See if some driver is released for your model and OS > If yes, download that > In previous option, click Uninstall > Install the downloaded driver > Restart your computer
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What happens if you try using  Win+P  anyway?   Also have you tried using  Win+Ctrl+Shift+B  (with psychic pauses if repeated applications are needed)?

Good luck

Robert Aldwinckle

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Multiple displays working but computer has terrible lag and low frame rates in games.

It appears my insider build is corrupt.

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