Matrox Graphics Cards Problems

Matthew Elliot matthew.james.elliot at
Thu May 17 19:32:33 UTC 2018

Hey, thanks for the second link, exactly what I needed just not the best news. 

I see all Matrox cards are disabled which is a bit tricky for us when many of our customers are have 4+ monitors and some have chosen those cards. 

I then managed to find this -
I assume this means there will never be support of these cards or is there a work around? I.e. I see they support OpenGL so could I install OpenGL on a windows machine and try that pipeline?
Is this exclusion of all Matrox cards still valid?

Thanks in advance,

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> On 17/05/2018, at 5:15 PM, Anirvan Sarkar <powers.anirvan at> wrote:
> Hi Matthew,
> Please see the below file for blaclisted hardware on D3D. 
> Regards,
> Anirvan
>> On Thu, 17 May 2018 at 11:04 PM, Matthew Elliot <matthew.james.elliot at> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> we have some customers in the wild who use Matrox 9148LP (9100 series)
>> graphics cards because they drive more than 2 monitors and JavaFX always
>> reports an error initializing HW pipeline and forcing gpu results in system
>> instability.
>> I checked the bug reports but couldn't see anything about JavaFX and Matrox
>> cards.
>> Questions
>> Is anyone aware of an existing issue?
>> Is there a way to get more details on why JavaFx fails to enable the D3D
>> pipeline?
>> Is there a list of known problematic graphics cards or a black list of
>> graphics cards where JavaFX falls back?
>> Thanks in advance,
>> Matt
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