Thanks for sending the updated log file, the drives did roll back to previous versions according to the logs.
Per your description and based on the logs the docking station is working as expected, I am unsure why it Counter Strike would have worked through the docking station before, or why the NVIDIA Display Settings would have opened as if the docking station was using the NVIDIA graphics instead of the DisplayLink software.
As the desired behavior is not the expected behavior of the docking station I do not have a method for restoring its previous behavior, is should not have been working as described in the first place and is not designed to behave as described.
We normally recommend our USB 3 docking stations for use with office and web browsing applications only, and discourage purchasing these for use with 2D and 3D graphics software, full screen video playback, and gaming as the docking station has limited USB 3 bandwidth and reduced 2D and 3D graphics acceleration normally provided by the graphics hardware ( but unavailable to the DisplayLink graphics software ).
I am sorry I don’t have a resolution to restore the previous behavior through the docking station, however based on Dell’s specifications the system does include a HDMI port and the monitor can be connected directly to the system to utilize the computer’s internal graphics controller while playing games or when access to the NVIDIA control panel is necessary. The Windows Display Settings ( right-click on the desktop and select “Display Settings” ) can manage the external display settings, and position.
I am sorry I don’t have a solution to restore the previous behavior.