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I am not sure what to do, the screen just says "HDMI 2 No Signal". I powered the computer on and it seems to run fine but theres just no picture displaying. I plugged the HDMI cable into my TV's "HDMI 2" outlet.
Try resetting the HDMI 2 Connection. It's not communicating with the TV.
Posted on Nov 28, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Did you try "Cycling" through the video out presets? Hold down the "Fn" key and tap the F4 key, do it slowly to give the computer time to react to the input. You should see it cycle through the available presets. If not, you may have to get into the display settings and "Add" the tv as an external monitor.
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
"Out of range" means that the picture displayed by the laptop cannot be displayed by the TV, either because the resolution is not supported or the refresh rate is not supported.
Sometimes, I've had to set the refresh rate (from the laptop Display settings) to 59Hz to get it to work as opposed to the default 60Hz.
What resolution does your TV support? What resolution does the laptop support?
Matching these as closely as possible and you'll get the picture on the TV screen.
Good Luck and let us know how it goes,
Posted on May 01, 2011
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