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Data tab in PBI Desktop - incorrect display of rows

Hi,

I have issue with PBI desktop Data tab where my imported data is being displayed incorrectly and it is valid for all of my pbix files.

Everything is fine during 'Transform data', format of columns is ok and all the rows are perfectly displayed.
However after data is loaded and I go to 'Data' tab I can see that only the first few rows are populated correctly, the next ones start to overlap each other and I have some empty rows displayed as well. There are no empty rows in my database at all, those are just visible there somehow. If I click to any of those 'empty' cells, data appears immediately.


- Below you can find screenshots to present how it looks like (highlighted in green how it should be, in red the 'empty' rows, in blue the appeared cell after clicking there).
- I use the latest June 2020 Desktop version (however I had this issue with previous versions as well).
- I tried to import txt instead of excel spreadsheet but had same incorrect result.
- There are no empty rows in my source data. Even if I have only a single column in my database it is being wrongly displayed.
- I cleared cache and re-installed the Desktop app but did not help.

- It works fine with my personal laptop but does not with my corporate one.

Do you have any idea to fix this? Is it a device related issue?

 

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In the meantime I have figured out that it was not related to the dataset or PBI verions but rather graphics display issue within Win10. I checked Display settings of the system and there is an option for 'Scale and layout'. I reset it to default setting which resolved the issue. So far all of my softwares/apps could handle it without any problem except Power BI. 🙂
So all fine now.

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In the meantime I have figured out that it was not related to the dataset or PBI verions but rather graphics display issue within Win10. I checked Display settings of the system and there is an option for 'Scale and layout'. I reset it to default setting which resolved the issue. So far all of my softwares/apps could handle it without any problem except Power BI. 🙂
So all fine now.

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