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    I have the same issue here is the log

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    Windows sees it and is connected but still get the Connected – Display OFF This was all working on saturday.


    I got it working it was somehow extend this displays got UN checked. maybe during a win update?

    spacedesk Lea

    Hi @joshsum,
    Thank you very much for sending your diagnostic logs.
    Could you please check in the Windows display settings of your primary machine if there’s a detached second display (while “Display Off” is showing up on Viewer app).
    If there’s a detached display, just attach it by selecting Extend or Duplicate in the Multiple displays dropdown menu.
    OR use Display Switch, just press “Window key + P”.

    For assistance, please check Configuration Settings -> Windows Driver (Primary Machine) in the user manual https://forum.spacedesk.netuser-manual/#item_469.


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