Windows10 Feature updates – Driver support issues

Windows10 May 2019 update (Build 18362) and newer is currently partialy supported

 

Since Microsoft released build 1903 (May 2019 feature update), they have significantly changed their WDDM infrastructure, which required OSBASE drivers to change fundamental components in their driver engine as well.

 

We are aware of the issues this delay caused so far and we apologize for it.

We currently support Windows®10 updates of up to and including May 2018 (Build 1809).

Later updates (1903 & 1909) are partially supported for showing different content on each screen (Extended mode) and duplicating content to multiple screens (Mirror Mode).

 

Video Wall mode is not available yet in the latest builds of Windows®10.

 

We are working hard on adapting the driver to support the latest Windows’® builds, but until further notice,

please keep your Windows® on build 1809 if you require to run a video wall with our system. 

 

For customers who don’t need to use their zero clients in a Video Wall, please use the following driver from OSBASE.

 

Download here

You will need to uninstall the current OSBASE iDisplay driver, restart your PC and then install the new driver. Restart is not necessary at this point.

We would strongly recommend disabling automatic Features updates from Microsoft for Windows 10 by installing and running this small tweak:

StopUpdates10

For the meantime, we are offering a pre-built Windows10 with build 1809 (October 2018 update), that is fully supported by the OSBASE drivers.

This pre-built version is already installed with all the required components for Monitors AnyWhere Connect.

We’ve also added a clean Windows10 with build 1809 in case you prefer going through all the steps and install it manually.

Download here:

How to install the new ISO file on your computer

First you will need to download and run a free application called Rufus.

Rufus is a free tool that will prepare the USB drive, extract the contents of the ISO file you have, and copy the files contained within it to your USB device, including any files in the ISO needed to make it bootable.

Once downloaded, run it and it will immediatly start running – no installation is required.

Insert the flash drive or other USB device into your computer that you want to mount the ISO file to, assuming it’s not already plugged in.

Burning an ISO image to a USB drive will erase everything on the drive!

Before continuing, check that the USB drive is empty or that you have backed up any files you want to keep.

From the Device drop-down at the top of the Rufus program screen, choose the USB storage device you want to burn the ISO file to.

From the Boot selection drop-down, make sure Disk or ISO image (Please select) is chosen. Click SELECT.

When the Open window appears, locate and then select the ISO image you want to burn to the flash drive. Once selected, click Open.

Click on START to start the mounting process of the ISO file to the USB device you chose.

Click OK to the WARNING: ALL DATA ON DEVICE ‘XYZ’ WILL BE DESTROYED message that appears next.

The total time to do this depends mainly on how large the ISO file is that you’re lookoing to mount.

 

Once the status at the bottom of the Rufus program window says READY, you can close Rufus and remove the USB drive.

Your USB thumdrive is now ready to install the ISO file on your computer. Plug it to your computer’s USB interface and make sure it’s set to boot from your USB thumbdrive.

 

For more details on how to setup the boot order:

http://www.boot-disk.com/boot_priority.htm

Once your computer is booted from the USB thumbdrive, Windows10 installation will begin to load.

Please follow the instructions shown here on how to run a full installation of Windows10:

https://www.instructables.com/id/Windows-10-Installation/

Start from step 7

In case you’ve mounted our pre-installed version of Windows10 October 2018 updates (build 1809),

you only need to run the script located in:

C:\Windows\apps\runmeonfirstboot.bat