HDMI Conflict


  1. Posts : 309
    windows 7
       #1

    HDMI Conflict


    I have an HDMI port on my PC case and when I connect an HDMI cord from the case to my big screen tv and then reboot, NOTHING seems to work. At times when I make that connection and don't reboot, things seem to work fine.

    I updated my display drivers and that did NOT seem to help the issue.

    I know before I reinstalled Windows 10 this did NOT occur. This makes me think it is something in this version of Windows 10 causing the issue.

    Does anyone have a clue how to fix this issue?

    Thanks
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  2. thomaseg1's Avatar
    Posts : 9,387
    Windows 10 Professional (x64) Version 2004 19041.264 & version 2004 build 19635.1
       #2

    Is it a laptop or desktop?
    If its a Laptop you might have to go to settings , and set it up manually. As mirror screen, primary display,
    ETC.
    desktop
    Is the hdmi connected to a separate video card or on board video?
    Some bios' have a setting to choose between them.
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  3. Posts : 309
    windows 7
    Thread Starter
       #3

    thomaseg1
    It is a desktop pc and Windows 10 is a fresh install. Before the newest install of Windows, I could use the hdmi and the only issue I had with it was the sound did not go to my big screen tv. The sound was coming from my pc speakers.

    If I plug in the hdmi cord, I don't think it causes a problem until I reboot the pc. It is really weird how this is working.

    I guess I need to get a video and try watching on the big screen tv. I know how to make the tv mimic the monitor or at least I did know.

    I just don't understand why it is doing what it is doing and it is difficult explain what it is doing. When it is acting up I can not do screen shots to show any one.

    Oh Well, maybe we can get it going one of these days.
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