TV through HDMI is not working :(


  1. Posts : 54
    Windows 8.1 & TP 9926
       #1

    TV through HDMI is not working :(


    Hi,

    I just installed the clean 9841 from official site (dual boot Win 8) (don't know where you get 9860 though).

    My issue is that MY TV out though HDMI is not working, I saw while searching on that some people have issue with mous on TV so it mean it should be working (https://social.technet.microsoft.com...ew2014Feedback)

    So what is wrong with my settings ?

    This is a new Laptop boought couple of months ago, come with i5 and Intel HD card. Evrything work perfectly on Windows 8.1

    Also is there any work around to update the Intel HD graphic drivers ? for now it is using Windows drivers and scrolling and moving mouse around is not smooth

    Thanks a lot for your help
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    Posts : 5,258
    Win 10 Pro x64
       #2

    Did you perform windows update after install? It fixes graphics issues. Problem is if you perform the update it will replace 9841 with 9860. If you do the update, you can create 9860 ISO to fix your other issues after the upgrade (clean install of 9860 fixes all problems).
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  3. Posts : 54
    Windows 8.1 & TP 9926
    Thread Starter
       #3

    badrobot said:
    Did you perform windows update after install? It fixes graphics issues. Problem is if you perform the update it will replace 9841 with 9860. If you do the update, you can create 9860 ISO to fix your other issues after the upgrade (clean install of 9860 fixes all problems).
    I did updated, now i just saw that Intel graphic drivers are available in Update but they are failed to installed, I tried manually and it still fails, with Error error 0x80070103. I re booted several time and no success.

    All other things are update and I dont see 9860 anywhere, where can i get it ?
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  4. badrobot's Avatar
    Posts : 5,258
    Win 10 Pro x64
       #4

    netuser said:
    badrobot said:
    Did you perform windows update after install? It fixes graphics issues. Problem is if you perform the update it will replace 9841 with 9860. If you do the update, you can create 9860 ISO to fix your other issues after the upgrade (clean install of 9860 fixes all problems).
    I did updated, now i just saw that Intel graphic drivers are available in Update but they are failed to installed, I tried manually and it still fails, with Error error 0x80070103. I re booted several time and no success.

    All other things are update and I dont see 9860 anywhere, where can i get it ?
    PC Settings>>> Update and Recovery >>> Preview Builds >>> "Check Now" (Then Install).
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  5. Posts : 54
    Windows 8.1 & TP 9926
    Thread Starter
       #5

    badrobot said:
    netuser said:
    badrobot said:
    Did you perform windows update after install? It fixes graphics issues. Problem is if you perform the update it will replace 9841 with 9860. If you do the update, you can create 9860 ISO to fix your other issues after the upgrade (clean install of 9860 fixes all problems).
    I did updated, now i just saw that Intel graphic drivers are available in Update but they are failed to installed, I tried manually and it still fails, with Error error 0x80070103. I re booted several time and no success.

    All other things are update and I dont see 9860 anywhere, where can i get it ?
    PC Settings>>> Update and Recovery >>> Preview Builds >>> "Check Now" (Then Install).
    Thanks :)

    OK Done, but my HDMI out is till not working and It still fail to update intel grphic drivers in windows update How to force it ?

    EDIT: Downloaded driver from Acer site and it let me installed the intel driver, so now dual screen is working :)
    Last edited by netuser; 31 Oct 2014 at 00:00.
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  6. badrobot's Avatar
    Posts : 5,258
    Win 10 Pro x64
       #6

    Thanks for the update. I thought that was the first thing you did (get driver from manufacturer's site) that's why I didn't suggest anything. :)
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