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holotour and green portion of the screen

When I try the holotour app i see some green portion in the screen. It's a limit of the graphics driver , a limit of the graphic card ?


  • If you have any sort of dual or hybrid gpu, you might try telling your computer to force the GPU to run HoloTour. If you have an NVIDIA, you can do so on the NVIDIA Control Panel.
  • I was experiencing the same problem, and tried to configure all apps to use the NVidia card, but it crashes apps like HoloTour. Are there any settings you can recommend that I might be able to modify on the integrated adaptor to get the green to go away? Thanks!

  • UPDATE: Updating Windows 10 to the latest insider build resolved the issue as long as my discrete graphics processor was selected. The green areas were still visible when the MR portal was displayed using my laptop's integrated graphics.

  • in the last insider build 16288 the problem is resolved !!

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