After loading the Windows 10 update, referred to as “Windows 10 Creator,” it cripples the stereo display by causing the right main and overlay planes to fail to display.
This is due to loading the specific System - Windows 10 Pro 1703 (Sys.Build 15063.413) update.
If you install this update there is currently no other recourse but to drop back to an earlier version of Windows 10 Pro. NVIDIA has been notified of the situation.
It seems that there is a new nvidia driver release(385.08). Does anyone know if this resolved the issue?
Yes, Nvidia driver 385.08 or higher resolves this issue.
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That version of ImageStation doesn't support Windows 10, it only went up to Windows 8 and even then there weren't proper stereo capable drivers at the time. You'll need a newer version of ISAT.
ImageStation 2013 was tested with Windows XP, 7, and 8 - but not Windows 10, as Windows 10 hadn't been released yet. ImageStation 2016 was the first version to support Windows 10. To run on Windows 10 I'd recommend that you move up to the latest version of ImageStation, which is ImageStation 2020. This will provide the latest fixes, features, and operating system support.