07-07-2014 02:04 PM
I've been having problems connecting monitors with HDMI cables to my destktop pc ( HP pavillion 500-089 ). everthing works fine for a couple of weeks than the display stops working, only display's a check signal cable message. The screen will work with other computers, gaming systems or bluray players. It's really frustrating because i only have 2 video outputs on the graphics card ( vga+hdmi ) and the VGA is used for a wacom cintiq tablet. I've sent it back to hp several times, they switched the video card on the first try but after that they would only send it back, stating there was no issues found... This has happened on 2 monitors, a samsung s24c350hl LED and a hitachi 720p ( which model code i can't remember.)
07-08-2014 02:59 PM
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I understand you are experiencing issues with your HDMI cutting out after working for a couple weeks on your HP Pavilion 500-089 Desktop PC. I would be happy to assist you, but first I would encourage you to post which operating system you are using. And whether your operating system is 32-bit or 64-bit as with this I can provide you with accurate information.
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Given you have sent it in a couple times and nothing can be found that is wrong I am assuming it is software related and require this information to assist you with the issue.
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