2 weeks ago I began having video issues on my system. At that time, I was able to get to the login screen and right after I logged in, the screen started blinking at a constant rate (about evey second). To fix this, I booted to the Startup Menu (hit ESC after power on) and got the text based menu. From there I could get to the nice little graphical Windows Startup Options Menus. I used that to do system restore back to July and this seemed to work for a couple weeks.Now when I start the laptop, it quickly goes to a screen full of little dots all over and I can't see anything. I was able to get the text based statup menu that listed (system info, sys diags, ..., Starup menu). But when I tried to get the graphics based menus, it immediately when to the screen with dots so I could not do any of the recovery or start up options (like safe mode).
HP ENVY 15-j165 hdmi output problem - tv recognised in video and audio setup BUT external screen blank .... ¬† It even mentions the SONY-TV in the output settings (audio and video) but there is nothing on my tv, just a blank screen .... ¬† I have tried re-installing drivers, getting frustrated ....
I have HP Envy dv7-7212nr. It has Intel HD graphics 4000 which is shown in dxdiag and a GT 650M. ¬† I have VGA and also HDMI cables. ¬† How do I set it so that GT 650M is the main one and has it shown on dxdiag? Is that setup to be done in BIOS or can I do it on the desktop?
I have HP Envy dv6 7200t laptop which I purchased directly from HP.
In the speifications I requested a special graphic card: NVIDIA GeForce GT 630M with 2 GB dedicated ram.
I am using Windows 7 64 bit in English. ¬† Now I didn't have much use for such a graphic card until today - I installed a game and it pointed out my graphic card sucks and the game won't run smoothly on it - it said my graphic card is Intel HD Graphics 4000. ¬† I checked the device manager and found out 2 graphic drivers - for both of the listed graphic cards.
both of them are up-to-date (I made sure about the second one from nvidia control panel, and even reinstalled it just incase) ¬† Assumptions:
I am not much of a hardware expert but I assume I do have 2 graphic card - internal on the motherboard (intel) and external (GeForce) - And if thats the case, somehow Windows chooses to use Intel instead of GeForce. ¬† I also made sure of it by disabling the Intel HD Graphics 4000 from the Device Manager and my screen went black - I guess its safe to assume that indeed the intel driver is the one in use.
I am trying to use my TV to view some of my notebook content and some internet stuff using an HDMI cable instead of a serial cable. When I connect the HDMI cable to the TV and change my output the TV displays "no signal" and then "device not configured" or something like that. Am I doing something wrong or can I only connect with a serial cable?
When I connect my laptop to the TV using HDMI or RGB port, picture is not completely fit to the screen, task bar is hiding at bottom. I trying to change settings in¬†Screen Resolution or Intel hd graphic properties, problem does not fixed,
ideapad Y480: Intel Core i7-3610QM 2.30GHz, 6.00GB RAM Intel HD Graphics 4000 + Nvidia Geforce GT640m LE 750GB HDD, Dual Boot: Win8.1 Pro with MC 64bit and Win7 Ultimate 64bit
I have a 15t j-000. I'm not sure if this notebook came with a dedicated video card. In ccleaner or in the device manager only the onboard Intel graphics appear. But on the notebook has NVIDIA GEFORCE the sticker. It may be a problem of recognition? I've tried installing the driver but says there is no compatible hardware.
I should like to connect my old hp2710p to TV via HDMI. So I connect the displayport of the docking with an hdmi adpater but it doesn't work. ¬† If I connect my hp2760p, everything goes. ¬† The 2710p has w7 32bit, last version o BIOS and drivers.
I just ordered an M4400 from the outlet, and in the Accessories page during the order there was no option to buy a DisplayPort to XXX Adapter for $15 like there is when you are buying a new one...
I figured it wouldn't be a big deal to find one after the fact, but now that I'm looking the only DisplayPort to HDMI Adapter Dell has to order is $59.99 !! Any ideas one where to get one closer to $15?
I just connect my VGN-Z591U to my XBR-1080P via 1.3 HDMI cable.I'm very disapointed about how the text look on the screen.It look very crappy,but orthewise picture and movie look perfect.When I chage setting to 720p the text look better but pictures and movies become worse.
I have a g7-2246nr laptop¬† with an AMD Radeon HD 7520 discrete class graphics card. The processor is an AMD A6-4400M.¬† I am running WIndows 8.1 64 bit. ¬† I would like to record video from a DSLR's HDMI output to the laptop. Does the laptop support this?
How to connect my Presario CQ61 Notebook to a Philips TV via HDMI under Windows 7. I checked the settings in the control pannel ¬†in Windows 7¬†and set them to multiple displays. Under the NVIDIA control panel I cloned the displays. Nothing happens, ¬†black screen on the TV with "no signal" message. The Notebook is recognizing the TV correctly by the way.
I already spent 2¬†hours on this. Tried various articles online, but nothing seems to work. The HDMI cable is OK. I successfully connected a Playstation console to the TV. Seems it's not a hardware issue, but something with the settings of my notebook.
I got a HP laptop, running windows 7 x64 bit Ultimate, and has 8 GB of ram. My tv is crappy now, and want to play my ps3, so, i was wondering if i can plug into my Laptop and get a certain driver that makes the HDMI port act as a input so i can play through my laptop screen, my resolution can go a little over 720p .....
I bought this computer which is running 7win64 to update my T60 which I use with my home TV, a samsung digital running at 1360x768 resolution. The computer's native resolution is 1920x1080.¬† I bought an hdmi adapter for the displayport from lenovo when I ordered the computer. Initially, the display works and at first it ran long enough to get everything set for a nice crisp display that fits the screen perfectly.¬† The sound is there too, and is passed on to my receiver by the TV.¬† Very nice.¬† But then it begins to blink off until it doesn't work at all (the sound is cut off too).¬† Lately it won't stay on long enough to review settings.
All updates are in place, both from microsoft and from lenovo.¬† This has Intel 4600 graphics built in, and intel has graphics drivers available, but won't install them because of the lenovo supplied drivers.
I can't get any support from lenovo support because another device is involved.
I read online of some early users who had this problem with a docking station and i guess the problem was resolved with an updated driver.
I just got an HP Envy, 17 inch, and I have an HP 25 inch monitor I would like to connect to it. It has the "old style" connector which was supported on my old HP Entertainment Notebook. Not on the new one! What kind of adaptor do I need to get? I do have an HDMI port on the left side of my laptop. ¬†Do I need just a regular HDMI cable?
I was gifted this Inspiron for my birthday to be a gaming laptop, unfortunatly when I checked what video graphics card I had it was a pretty crummy¬†Intel(R) HD Graphics Family card. This prevents me from playing many games I would like to play on my laptop. My question is: Is there a way to upgrade the graphics card or replace the graphics card.
Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-2410M CPU @ 2.30GHz 8 gb of RAM 750 gb hard drive Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium¬† Intel(R) HD Graphics Family card
After upgrade to 8.1 HDMI port didn't work. ¬†Followed instructions to correct BIOS and graphice driver; HDMI works - however Silverlight no longer working with DMS. ¬† Get error 6036 in Silverlight which is¬†Graphics device's driver certificate is invalid ¬† Have checked graphics driver and is all up to date ¬† Machine is HP Pavilion 11 x2 Graphics driver version¬†10.18.10.3366
I am using an Envy TouchSmart 15 and I have just run an update of Windows 8.1 based on the system auto update (it ran 5 updates). ¬† Prior to the update, I used a 27" monitor as the main screen and this was connected via the HDMI port. ¬†Right after the update, the system doesn't seem to recognise the HDMI port anymore and it goes back to using the Envy laptop screen as the main screen. ¬†I changed the HDMI cable but it made no difference. ¬†I subsequently connected another laptop to the 27" monitor via HDMI and it worked fine. ¬†So it appears both the monitor and the HDMI cable are fine.
I'm having trouble finding a video or a graphics driver for a hp pavilion dv8315nr notebook pc The product and model number¬†is EZ580UA#ABA the version of windows in my computer is windows 7, my¬†computer has completed all of its important Windows Updates. I have updated¬†my HP drivers using the hp support system, it¬†is an on-going, or recent issue.
When I plug in an HDMI cable to my laptop the screen freezes and a black box forms around the screen. The only thing I can see is my desktop background image. Can't do anything, system is totally frozen. When I disconnect it everything works great again. What do I need to do? I'm using a HP ENVY DV7-7250us with WIN7 (64bit) installed ...
I have just recently purchased an HP 17-e049wm. This laptop has the AMD Radeon HD8650G integrated graphics with up to 4206MB of total memory. I understand that this graphics "card" uses the onboard memory to act as video memory. How can I increase or decrease the amount of memory allocated to the graphics? I don't seem to be able to make any changes from the BIOS. Is this something that adjusts automatically?
I think it was time for my 8600M GT to die as well... I restarted my 2007 MBP and no display came up on my monitor (connected to MBP). So, I restarted and tried again...no display. I proceeded with unplugging my monitor and restarting to see if anything came up on my MBP display; it remained black. I tried resetting PRAM three times and still, no display came up. I have lost my display before, but not after this many attempts on trying to "revive" it.
I guess I need to take it in to have the graphics card replaced as well as the Superdrive as it is spitting all CDs and DVDs out (mind you, they worked perfectly on another MBP). I have a password at the log-in screen. That shouldn't be a problem for the guys repairing my MBP, will it?