Screen Blinking

Kenneth ColeyKenneth Coley New Member Posts: 36
Prior to loading latest BIOS and drivers, my screen would blink at least once a minute.
I am connected to 4K monitor. After the upgrades, its better (once every 5 mins or so)
but not fixed. I am using Redstone 1 version of Windows 10. Any other suggestions?


  • rogertsai(AAEON)rogertsai(AAEON) New Member Posts: 280 ✭✭✭
    edited November 2017
    It looks like there's a problem with intel hd graphics to your 4k monitor, please try the following methods

    Method 1: Change your screen resolution and refresh rate in intel hd graphics control panel

    Method 2: Update intel hd graphics driver for your UP-Squared
    Intel downloads

    Method 3:Cable or Port issue, check your DP/HMDI cable connections and make sure they are work
  • Kenneth ColeyKenneth Coley New Member Posts: 36
    The drivers, cables and monitors work just fine with other Apollo Lake boards I have.
    This is why I am reported it to you. Please verify that you have tested and support
    4K monitors on the DP port.


  • rogertsai(AAEON)rogertsai(AAEON) New Member Posts: 280 ✭✭✭
    We have tested with 4K monitor, and it works well
    Philips 288P, dpi 3840x2160, freq. 30Hz
  • David RolfeDavid Rolfe New Member Posts: 98

    It does actually look as if Intel released some updated graphic drivers only yesterday (7th November 2017).

    Could you please confirm that these latest uploads (Intel® Graphics Driver for Windows* [15.60]) are the ones we should be using with an UP Squared board running the 64 bit version of Windows 10?

  • DockeyDockey New Member Posts: 1


    do you have "UP Squared fanless chassis with VESA mounting plate"?
    I think the cable head is too short, I have DP 1.2 cable, newest drivers, Windows 10 and blinking too.
    I will try to mill down the head borders with CNC.

  • Troy LinTroy Lin Administrator, AAEON Posts: 33 admin

    Hi Dockey,

    Please update your UP2 board with the latest BIOS V3.3 which include the Intel latest released patch to the graphic and that should resolve your display problem.


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