HP ENVY 15-j165 hdmi output problem - tv recognised in video and audio setup BUT external screen blank .... Â It even mentions the SONY-TV in the output settings (audio and video) but there is nothing on my tv, just a blank screen .... Â I have tried re-installing drivers, getting frustrated ....
I'm planning on buying a new laptop soon and have been going through some of the threads regarding the HDMI port and I am a bit confused.
I would like to be able to take a 1080p/5.1 BD or .mkv on my laptop and connect it to my AV receiver via HDMI which then outputs 1080p/5.1 to my HDTV/speakers. I have no idea what minimum video card/sound card/processor is required for this.
When I looked at the "Overview" on the Inspiron 1720 at Dell's site I noticed that there were no DVI/HDMI video output ports. Can someone please confirm this? Is the only monitor output a VGA port? If so I think this royally sucks! My e1705 comes with both VGA & DVI...
I've got an Acer v5-571P-6866 that won't output video to either the LCD, or out through HDMI. It powers on, doesn't seem to have any issue booting. My first thought was the motherboard, but I've tried a second and it still has the same issue.
I can silence the noise lowering volume on the Stereo Mix High Definition Audio Codec. However, my AMD HDMI Output is greyed out and static, or as I understand from other complainers; NOT PLUGGED IN. What can I do to solve this problem. It is a problem for when I open the Stereo Mix High Depfinition Audio Codec, a shrieking noise leaves me depth, and it eats the volume all up.
My system: Windows 7HPÂ Lop Top - A6 - 3400M - APU with Quad Core Radeon HD Graphics - 6.0GB RAM -Â AMD Radeon HD 6520
I have a HP Notebook 2000, with Windows 8.1. At some point, the hdmi output to monitor stopped sending an audio signal. The video signal is fine.
It is labeled in Device Manager: 1-STD HDMI TV (AMD High Definition Audio) Â The monitor and hdmi cable work fine with other computers. I have disabled/enabled the HDMI device, and also updated drivers (Windows says my drivers are up to date).
Yoga S1 output audio through the mini HDMI port? Â I see it listed as a possible output in "sound", but it just says "not connected". Â Not sure if it is my TV, my laptop, or the HDMI to mini HDMI cable I'm using.
I have a Probook 4720s with Windows 7 Pro. Connecting my laptop to the TV with a HDMI cable worked fine then suddenly the next time I did this I had no sound and when I right click the sound Icon I noticed it read ATI High Definition Audio device not plugged in. It worked once and now it won't, I miss it. The driver is up to date.
I've been using my 1737 to playback movies and downloaded TV shows to my HDTV via the HDMI socket for ages and its worked wonderfully. Suddenly the other day it stopped working and I no longer get an image on screen or sound.
I've got the latest drivers for my (intel) graphics card and the laptop detects 'something' is plugged in as a second monitor (windows 7 even detects its a Toshiba TV, but still no output on screen) so I assume it it working to some degree.
my finger is currently hovering over the BUY button of a great 1080p monitor at a great price. There is only ONE left in stock and I have a dilema!!! My specs are shown below.
Intel® Core™ 2 Duo Processor T8300 (2.4 GHz, 800 MHz FSB, 3 MB L2 Cache) 4096MB 667MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM [2x2048] 256MB ATI Mobility RADEON HD 3450 320GB (5.400rpm) SATA Hard Drive Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium 64-bit Fixed Internal 8X DVD+/-RW Slot Load Drive including Software Primary 9-cell 85 WHr Lithium Ion battery 15.4" Wide Screen WXGA (1280 x 800) Display with TrueLife™
The other day I played a 720p mkv file via HDMI output to a tv, with no problems, picture/sound was fine.
I then tried 1080p output of another video file, via HDMI to the same tv. This tv has a native resolution of 1680 x 1050 and I know that this is not full HD (1080p) which is the resolution of the video I was trying to watch but if I recall the display settings on my laptop were set to 1080p... The video was unwatchable and choppy, pixelated and skipped a lot.
I then tried the same video via VGA with slightly better results, running this time at the natvie resolution of the tv (1680 x 1050). The video was less pixellated but still skipped, enough to make it unwatchable.
I have eliminated the cheap (Ł3.50!) HDMI cable as the VGA cable was also similar in quality.
My question is this:
Is this poor quality simply due to the fact that my GPU cannot handle pumping out 1080p via hdmi/vga output to a TV? (it plays fine on my laptop's native resolution of 1200x800, although clearly that is not 1080p so it seems that the GPU can handle it?) If the GPU cannot handle it then I am dissapointed as I assumed when purchasing a laptop with a HDMI port that I could output full HD videos to my televsion.
On the other hand if I purchase this new monitor that supports full 1080p HD will the video play ok? In other words, is it the my televison, and not my laptop that is the problem; surely the GPU works just as hard to play the video regardless of what the display output is?
I went to connect my wife's M1330 HDMI to my Sharp Aquos and nothing happens. I even tried the detect function and FN+8 and still nothing.
I tried every option in every control panel.
If I hook it up to a monitor hdmi to DVI, it works.
If I hook it up to the TV, it doesn't unless....I press FN+8 while vista is booting. Then I see vista booting on the TV. Once vista loads, it default back to the laptop screen and I can't choose to output to the TV.
I even tried to update to a new intel graphics driver but stupid laptop says when I run the exe that it's not allowed or is unkown or something or if i manually upgrade the driver, it says i have the latest driver, which i don't.
Anyone have any insight to how to get HDMI working on this laptop?
HP Pavilion dv6-7030tx Entertainment Notebook PC Windows 7 Intel i7-3610QM CPU @2.3GHz 8Gb Ram Â I have no audio. It has been previously working, but suddenly stopped. On the small speaker icon there is a red cross indicating "No Audio Output Device is enabled" When I log on to the computer i get a window that says "CWindowsSystem32AUDIOSES.DLL is not designed to run on Windows or it contains an error." Â I have attempted to Troubleshoot but unable to get any sound. I have updated the Audio driver, but it is the up to date driver.
Device Manager: - Sound Video & Game Controllers
Bluetooth Hands free AudioCyberlink Webcam Virtual DriverIDT High Definition Audio CODECIntel Display Audio
I have followed the instructions in Testing for Hardware Failure on HP Support.
I got my dv6500t with an 8400GS card to output to my 1080p HDTV but the problem is that the image that displays on the TV is only 90% of the full image as shown on my laptop.
This is via HDMI.
I'd like the images on both laptop and HDTV to match perfectly and I've tried every combination of resolution between the TV and the laptop yet I always get the same result: a fully displayed desktop on my laptop and a cropped desktop on my HDTV.
I have a studio xps 16 and whenever I plug it via HDMI to my tv (which has a 1080p resolution) there are black bars all around the image, meaning the image is smaller than the tv. I've set the resolution of the tv (from Catalyst Control Center) to 1920x1080 and it still won't do full screen...
I decided to try playing some 720p video on my Sanyo 42" LCD HDTV (native res 1366x768). I assumed it would be as easy as just connecting an HDMI cable and setting my m1530 to clone desktop.. I couldn't have been more wrong.
After doing some research it appears that LCD HDTVs aren't as flexible as regular LCD monitors with respect to HDMI input. No matter what I do, the screen always appears cropped around the edges on my TV.
What I've tried so far: 1) Setting a custom 1366x768 resolution in the nVidia control panel. 2) Tried setting my hdtv as primary monitor and setting the res. 3) Used Powerstrip (program) in an attempt to force a 1366x768 res (not sure if I'm doing this entirely correctly, I'm a little confused over what the correct advanced timings should be). 4) I hear this issue is called "overscan", so I looked through my TV menu for any overscan or zoom/image scaling options but couldn't find any.
I'm using the 179.28 Nvidia driver.
I'm running out of things to try, does anyone know how to make this thing work?
I have heard numerous comments stating that individuals are only getting Stereo Sound from their HDMI port but then other comments explaining that yes, indeed, it supports Dolby Digital....5.1 Audio etc.
The HDMI port is 1.2 which allows for a PCM 8 audio stream signal.
I have a receiver that allows for internal 7.1/5.1 Audio streams (all of the latest codecs can be decoded and processed) with HDMI output/input connections.
Will I be able to send a 5.1 PCM Audio stream to my AV Receiver and thereby utilizing the full range of audio?