My Sony KDL-V32XBR1 has lot of redish/blueish dots on the screen when I use either AV or ANT input. When I use HDMI input, I only have one horizontal line about 2 inches from the bottom across the screen. However, the picture look perfect when I use VGA (computer) input. Can you tell me how to trouble shooting issue!
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HDMI is a very buggy system, espicially with connecting computers. First off I would check the video output settings of your computer to ensure that HDMI is still active and that it is enabled for mirror monitor or double monitor.
First things first unplug and re-plug at every point. Power cycle the TV and the computer. If that doesnt work then remove the cable, power cycle both devices then re-plug...then move onto the next step.
If you are running windows XP or Vista, right click on the desktop, select "personalize" or "properties" then look at the display settings. There you can adjust the resolution, HDMI has some bandwidth issues with long cables and cheap cables. Try dropping the resolution of the HDMI output if you can't get a stable image.
If that doesn't help you may have to go into the settings of the graphics card, commonly refered to as "Advanced Settings" on XP.
If it still doesn't help get another HDMI source and test the TV, then get another display and test the computer.
Make sure you change the input that the cable is coming in on, If you was watching in HD mode then you was using an HDMI or compontet hook up.Look on tv remote for Video input button to select the componet input 1 or 2 or HDMI inputs which it is connected to. Look for a button on the remote called TV/VIDEO or INPUT