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Mine doesn't - it copes with 1080x1920, 1680 x 1050, and 1280 x 1024 at the same time perfectly.
The only thing I do get is the HDMI connected one (HDMI, VGA, and DVI in that order) occasionally goes blank for a split second when I plug the hoover in ... maybe a loose cable or a poor fit connector.
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Win10 seems to have difficulty with multiple resolution monitors
With the initial release(s), maybe so, but lately if an update changes my monitor layout/resolution at the login prompt, then it tends to manage to revert back to what it should be on its own by the time I've logged in and reached the desktop. Of course, YMMV.
I'm running off of 3 monitors each using a different resolution: 4K TV (3820x2160), 24" monitor in portrait mode (1200x1920), and a 27" monitor (1920x1080).
As mentioned, with the initial releases, it just about never got it right after updates, but seems to have settled and I haven't really had to deal with that for quite a while now.
All bets are off when there's a video driver update however. Which may be why I haven't had any problem recently...
Trying to build a U-boot for an MPC8313 powerpc CPU Rage. There doesnt seem to be much out there for this platform. The closest I got was Denx, but the tool chain wont install (in fact their documentation is out of synch with what is on their ftp site, and the params their install script expects), so I was just wondering if there are any others about.