PC To LED TV Display Failed Through HDMI

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  1. abhihba

    abhihba MDL Novice

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    PC To LED TV Display Failed Through HDMI (Windows 7 /8/8.1 /10 (32/64 BIT)

    Intel driver is invoked after reboot in the moment when login screen appears. This is why everybody get black screen after windows boot. When Intel driver gets active hdmi output fails

    But If I have a work around, after the system has booted using a VGA connection

    Control panel -> System -> Device Manager -> Display Adapter -> Right Click on The Intel HD Graphics -> Disable Device
    Then
    Control panel -> System -> Device Manager -> Display Adapter -> Right Click on The Intel HD Graphics -> Enable Device

    After that the HDMI and DVI connectors work.
     
  2. David34

    David34 MDL Member

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    I have no problem nor ever had connecting pc through hdmi to the TV
     
  3. Engineer2k2

    Engineer2k2 MDL Member

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    Make the HDMI or DVI as Primary Display - May Help!:cool:
     
  4. eemuler

    eemuler MDL Member

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    HDMI doesn't support all VGA resolutions and refresh rates. Some older TVs do not report their capabilities correctly, so the graphics adapter doesn't know what settings to apply.

    If you are using both VGA and HDMI monitors, do not use the clone mode. Instead, set the mode to extend so that the two monitors can have different settings.
     
  5. David34

    David34 MDL Member

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    Didn't know there are still vga tvs. His issue was probably with graphic driver, maybe an old graphic card with outdated drivers.
     
  6. Engineer2k2

    Engineer2k2 MDL Member

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    He is talking about LED TV - I believe it can't be an OLD model.:confused:
     
  7. David34

    David34 MDL Member

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    You're right ENGINEER2k2 :) and it seems he sorted his issue just tried to help others fix their hdmi problem if any
     
  8. PGHammer

    PGHammer MDL Senior Member

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    I use either Extend or Exclusive

    I normally use either Extend or Exclusive (not Clone) since my HDMI device (my desktop's display) is TALLER than that of the exporting notebook (HP Pavilion dv4 - my development notebook; my desktop had the PSU fail, and I haven't had the time or funds to replace it yet). In Exclusive mode, the desktop display (1920x1080) is the sole display (notebook display is off); in Extend Mode, the desktop display (#2) is actually the primary display (the notebook is resting atop the tower case, which is by my right elbow). What I lose is access to the Webcam (in either mode) as the webcam is built into the notebook - if I want to Skype, I have to physically move to the notebook.
     
  9. odiebugs1

    odiebugs1 MDL Expert

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    He said Intel, that's the integrated igpu in the CPU, there's no Intel GPU card.
     
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