Aug 09 2018 04:38 PM
Aug 09 2018 04:38 PM
I am facing what I would classify as a ship stopper. All windows dialogs have font and UI rendering issues with missing letters and diagonal lines and streaks. Looks like a broken screen. However, screen and display adapter work perfect for everything else.
Is this a known issue in latest builds?
UI looks a lot like this:
can anyone help?
Aug 10 2018 06:39 PM
I get the same thing with diagonal lines randomly appearing too. My current workaround was to switch to the basic Microsoft display driver since the glitches seem to be on UWP and apps like chrome which use some form of 2D acceleration. Obviously, this really has a huge impact on usability.
Aug 14 2018 04:09 PM
Aug 14 2018 04:20 PM
Aug 15 2018 12:47 PM
Looks like this is fixed in 17738!
This bug is a ship stopper. Please pay attention not to have any regressions like these before release!
Thanks MSFT :)
Oct 20 2018 02:38 PM
I am encountering the exact bug described in this post, except for on a much later build (17763). I don't see the problem in safe mode or when I disable the intel display driver. It only appears to impact some apps as well as the start menu items. My insider updates are set to update just drivers and apps, so I am on the latest released windows build. Any ideas?
Oct 22 2018 07:50 AM
Oct 22 2018 08:59 AM
After 6 hours of effort, I solved the problem by forcing my Dell XPS 15 laptop to use the latest Intel HD graphics 630 driver. You have to download the zip package of intel drivers and point the driver update directly at the inf file (have a disk option), otherwise the Intel install package would refuse to install it, telling me to use the Dell custom version of the graphics driver, which obviously has some issues with the latest windows update.
Oct 22 2018 07:12 PM
Oct 28 2018 05:58 AM - edited Oct 28 2018 07:51 AM
I have the same bug - Windows 10 1809 (17763), Lenovo laptop.
I had Intel driver 184.108.40.20635 from 10/16/2017. I updated it automatically, it got downgraded to version 220.127.116.1116 from 3/23/2016.
Updated Intel HD Graphics 5500 drivers from Intel site (from 09/18/2018) - it did not help.
Removed the Intel adapter from device manager - artifacts disappeared. Then Windows installed Intel driver (18.104.22.16816 from 3/23/2016) again and it still works. However, I'm afraid that the issue will come back after some time.