After Windows 10 upgrade monitor blinks (flashing, flickering) (Intel HD Graphics)
Today, 28.09.2016, I upgrade Windows 10 Pro x64 to version 1607, OS build 14393.0 and got issue with Flux.
When color temperature slider on "Day Light" (most right position) - everything is OK (but, flux doesn't takes any effect when slider in this position).
But, if to switch slider left (in direction to "Halogen" and "Incandescent") - at list in one pixel - monitors begin blink (flashing, flickering).
I have been using Flux about 1 year - on Windows 8.1 and on Windows 10, and, before today , I never had any problem.
I use 3 monitors - 2 plugged in integrated Intel HD Graphics, 1 - at Display Link.
At Display link Flux doesn't take effect - nor before, neither now.
But both monitors at Intel HD Graphics start blinking after today's Windows 10 upgrade.
I updated Intel drivers and Flux - no effect.
Windows 10 Pro x64 to version 1607, OS build 14393.0
Motherboard: Biostar B75MU3B
Memory: 8 Gb DDR3
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And please help!
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herf last edited by
We patched this bug here:
Yahoo! This version works good. Thank You!!
@herf Version 3.11 also solved my problem. You should make it the default download and replace 3.10.
Hello, I had this same flickering problem with the Windows update on that date - but my Windows version is Windows 10 Pro x64 to version 1607, OS build 14393.222.
This is on a Lenovo X1 laptop with Intel HD Graphics 520.
I have upgraded to flux version 3.11, and updated my video drivers, but the screen is still flickering with flux in night mode.
Just wondering if there is anything I can do?
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@rswayne Thanks and I agree.
It looks like Windows 10 code signing and Windows XP are incompatible.
Believe it or not, we still have >500 XP downloads/day, so we are still sorting out what to do, but soon we will make the main download have this fix in it.
herf last edited by herf
@jeffreyarcher I am running the same build on my Lenovo T440s without any trouble yet. I would look for either a setting in the Intel video driver (DPST or panel self-refresh?), or I would look for any software in the "startup" that may be conflicting. Let us know what you find.
@herf Thanks for the ideas. I have disabled both DPST and panel self-refresh. Following a restart, it is fine for a couple of minutes - then it starts flickering again. I also disabled any startup applications that I thought could be interferring to no avail.
I don't get the same issue with Redshift or SunsetScreen software, so might stick with those for now and check future releases of Flux.
Thank you again.