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HDMI on Hannspree JM01-22 cuts in and out

Not sure if this is a monitor / cable or graphics problem.
Twin screens (Dell E117FP) @1280x1024 with DVI to VGA adaptor and Hannspree JM01-22 @1680x1050 with HDMI to HDMI lead. Both on an Nvidea GeForce 9500GS (1xDVI &1xHDMI outputs)

The JM01-22 cuts out to a blank screen for about 5 second and then comes back. Power light still on and a crackle from the speakers as it cuts out / back in. The VGA monitor not affected at all during this. If I connect the JM01-02 via VGA all is fine.

Sometimes it will run for hours without doing it and sometimes every minute or so. Checked / wiggled cable with no effect. No errors showing up in Vista monitoring.

Any help / advice appreciated

Thanks

Tony


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If none picture excluding error message of monitor is displayed, go through these steps:
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2) Find out what connector type has your graphics card in PC. Possibilities are: DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort and some their options. See Wikipedia for connector look if you are not sure.
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I believe it is time now for the guessing game............

1) Is the monitor about so high, and so wide?

2) Does the monitor look like a small TV, or is it flat in appearance?

3) What does the monitor cable look like?

4) Is your hair Brown, and do you smoke cigarettes?



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An Analog monitor, such as a CRT type of monitor, uses a VGA cable,

http://www.wisegeek.org/what-is-a-crt-monitor.htm

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VGA_Connector

Scroll down a little for a VGA Cable example.

Flat LCD screen monitors are Digital.
Some may have a VGA Cable attached, but the best cable option is a DVI cable,

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_Visual_Interface

(Click on any photo on those two Wikipedia pages, to enlarge)

Using these two examples, does one apply to the eMachines, and one apply to the monitor?

Let us say the monitor has a DVI cable.
The eMachines Desktop PC has a VGA port. (Connector)
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http://www.directron.com/dviadapter.html

Now notice...........this is a VGA MALE to DVI FEMALE.

The DVI cable on the flat LCD screen monitor, has a male connector.
The contact pins of it go into socket holes, in the DVI end, of the DVI to VGA adapter.

The VGA port on the eMachines, has socket holes.
The male VGA connector end on the DVI to VGA adapter, has contact pins.

Point?

Make sure you get the correct DVI to VGA adapter.
There is a male DVI to female VGA adapter, also.

This is just one example.
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Presently using the HP 2009M with a DVI cable, and the RCA L26HD31 HDTV with a VGA cable.

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Primer;
A computer sends out a digital signal. To get the best graphics quality, you ideally use a monitor with a digital cable. (DVI, etc)

When you use an Analog monitor on a computer, the computer has to change the digital signal down to an Analog one.
Therefore the graphics quality is not as great.

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http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/article/Video-Connectors-Tutorial/157

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Also post what the monitor manufacturer name, and model number is. (Look on the back)

Are you using the VGA connector on the motherboard, (Back of computer), or do you have a graphics card installed?

If you have a graphics card installed, what is the manufacturer name, and model number?

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BIOS will Not support using both Integrated Graphics, and a graphics card.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/VGA_connector

Example of a DVI port, and DVI cable,

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DVI is digital. It uses a Digital video signal.

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10) Finally left-click on OK at the bottom Left corner.

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It's kind of eerie your first time dragging the screen across.

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