CSV-6200 display colors distorted

Updated on 13-08-2019 in MST Hub
2 on 09-08-2019

I have a Intel HD 630 graphics chip with an HDMI and a DP output. I hooked up the CSV-6200 adapter to the DP such that I can run my system on three display, one connected directly to the grapics card via HDMI, the other two via DP and the CSV-6200. There are two issues I did not manage to resolve:

  1. When using the CSV-6200, the graphics card directly stops giving any output to the HDMI screen. It works during booting, since I can see the Windows booting logo on all three screens. But as soon as Windows is booted (Windows 10), the HDMI screen stays black. According to the Intel graphics settings, there are only 2 screens connected. It does no longer recognize the HDMI screen. When I plug out any of the two DP screens from the CSV-6200, the HDMI screen immediately kicks in. So there does not seem to be a general conflict between the HDMI and the DP output.
  2. When using the CSV-6200, always one of the two screens shows extremely distorted colors. The typical Windows 10 blue appears as a very shrill pink. This is no issue of the displays, they work fine when connected otherwise. It is unspecific of the DP inputs on the CSV-6200 as well. One displays colors are always distorted, the others are fine.

I would appreciate any input for resolving these problems. Thanks!

 
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0 on 12-08-2019

Hello MaxInGt,

It might be possible that there is a driver conflict. I recommend using DDU to uninstall every previous display drivers. then reinstall the last noted driver from the intel website.

 

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0 on 13-08-2019

Hi

are saying is you have 3 HDMI screens? the CSV-6200H is DP>HDMI. could you clearify this?

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