I have hooked up my iWill ZPCSP to my LCD TV, using a DVI / HDMI cable. There is no picture. If I uninstall the graphics drivers and just use the standard VGA ones, the DVI / HDMI output works fine, but resolution is limited. I have tried a few versions of the Intel 865G drivers, all cause the output to no longer appear (although it does work if I connect the DVI/VGA adapter and view through a VGA monitor). Is there a resolution to this problem? Is it a common problem?
Have you tried downloading the newest most up-to-date drivers availiable? If not I would try that first.
If that fails to work, I would check and see if there are any bios updates as the video card is part of the motherboard. However, I would think that since it works without the drivers, it would be a driver issue, not bios. When you have the drivers installed, does the video show up while booting and then fail in Windows?
You may also be hitting a range or resolution that is not supported by your TV. That being said, you could check your TVs owner manual for supported modes. If you do not have your owners manual, try setting the video card at some different resolutions with a monitor, shut down, plug back into the tv, and then restart the computer. If you find one that works, great!
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I have had the same problem. If you have a VGA cable shown at the bottom. You can hook that into your laptop into the TV. The slots look like a blue incovering. You can also look at the image below that one for more additional help....
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Is this only on the HDMI connection?
This particular monitor supports another digital input called DVI, a white connector. Connect your monitor to your computer via the DVI connector see if this changes the state of the problem. Also try the VGA connection, however you wouldn't want to run this LCD on an Anolog connection for everyday use.
Also do the following: Right click your desktop and select properties. Click the Settings tab and ensure that the colour quality (found to the right of the resolution slider bar) is set to (Highest 32Bit)
If you find that your monitor works well on the DVI connection then one could say that the HDMI cable is either of bad quality or faulty. Installing the latest available drivers from the AMD website is a good idea, be sure to get the drivers for your version of the windows operating system. (32Bit or 64Bit)
Hello. Simply hooking up is not enough. What type of cable are you using? HDMI? analog VGA? DVI? S-Video? * You should also use [Fn] button in combination with [F5], [F8] or another button that shows monitor sign as well (CRT/LCD if it's in written form). Possibly by pressing several times in order to achieve results. * In some graphical cards (usually in Intel Extreme Graphics) you should locate icon on systray (near the clock) and right click on it, then choose (Graphic Options) -> Ouput to -> Intel (R) Dual Display Clone -> Monitor + Notebook (if you are using VGA cable)
A solution in graphical details can be found here: http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/MIGR-58625.html#ie
comp sound Tv Your cable must be a minijack to 2RCA. Minijack connected at line out on computer and 2RCA at AV1 in or other available port in on TV (white and red socket). That is sound only. Video will be yellow (or vga/DVI/HDMI depending on graphic card)from your graphic card to AV1 in. same port as sound. Now select AV1 on tv. If no picture on tv make sure you computer graphic cardis set for dual display .
Sounds like your DVI converter. DVI provides picture only, no sound. If your TV has an digital optical input socket, it's best to connect PS3 to TV using this, then digital stereo sound should be yours..
The DVI input on this set is meant for picture only.. ex. to display computer picture.
if you want audio with your picture. you must connect to either inputs YCBCr or YPbPr which both of those inputs has audio inputs.
This may not be DVI issue.
I connected DVD player HDMI ----> DVI ( Dell W3000) LCD TV.
Later I found that Dell TV version of DVI does not support HDCP protocol ( High Definition Content Protection protocol). So I could not play HDMI to DVI movies from my DVD player instead I use Y Pb Pr -- this works ok.
Hope this helps... I am not use PS3 enforces HDCP - I assume Sony linked with Sony Pictures would enforce HDCP on HDMI cable.