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08-13-2010 11:00 PM - edited 08-13-2010 11:06 PM
I bought new HP notebook DM4-1060US with HDMI feature enabled. Recently I connected the notebook to my Samsung LCD TV (HDMI ready) and it worked fabulously for around 20 minutes and then stopped working. My LCD TV is displaying 'No Signal' which means it is sensing that something is connected to it but not sending signals. I tried all the options like windows updates, TV guide, notebook guide, connecting to another LCD TV, changed HDMI cables etc. to make it work but of no avail. Kindly suggest what to do next? Your valuable help will be highly appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
08-14-2010 12:34 AM - edited 08-14-2010 12:37 AM
Try reinstalling these drivers one at a time and restarting after each installation.
Save the files to the desk top and install them from there, do not install them from a temporary folder. Install them over top of the old ones.
While your LCD TV was connected, did you happen to notice if the cooling fan was running faster than normal ?
08-23-2010 09:05 AM
I have an e9200z elite pc and am trying to get my shows that I watch on the computer to show on the HDTV screen I have. I have tried everything in all the help and forum topics. There's plenty on how to watch the tv on the computer, but very little to get the computer to show up on the tv. Someone please help. Urgent - recently diagnosed terminally ill, cannot afford cable anymore, let alone meds and food. It would solve many problems for me if I could watch Hulu on my TV. Thank you, so very very much in advance, and God Bless You!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
P. S. My computer has a NividiaGeForce GT 220 graphics card, wheteher that's relevant or not.
08-23-2010 07:06 PM - edited 08-23-2010 07:08 PM
Well according to this there is an HDMI "out" on your tower.
http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c01901980.pdf If you don't have any HDMI cable, find the cheapest one you can and make sure it's going to be long enough to do the job.
I am going to assume that your HDTV has HDMI in. Take a look at the instruction manual to be sure or just look at the back of the display.
With both the TV and computer off connect up the cable and turn on the TV and select the appropriate input. Boot up the computer. It may detect it automatically. If the resolution is not right, go to the control panel and find NVIDIA control panel.
Open that and select advanced mode if need be.
I am running a 230 M Nvidia, but I am guessing it's similar. Choose the resolution to match your TV. If it's not listed then you may be able to customize it as I can, if necessary. Look in your instruction book for your HDTV to find the native resolution of your display. It's usually in the back of the manual in the specifications
After that go back to the main control panel and find Windows Mobility Center and choose to watch the HDTV only or you can simply unplug the computer monitor.
For sound, go back to the control panel again and find "Sound". It should detect it automatically. If not the TV should be listed and if it is, click on it ( it should have a green check mark beside it) and then go to configure. After you configure the sound go to "properties" and in the heading bar make sure the "Levels" are up all the way.
Please post again if you need more help. You may send me a personal message to let me know that you have posted a question.
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01-28-2011 01:24 AM
I have hp probook 4520s and when i try to connect to my lcd Panasonic HD ready to play games on it picture wont show, i watch movies but games i cant...my friends with worse comps. and Tv can do it but i cant!
09-24-2012 01:46 AM
i was brought the great notebook machine hp probook 4530s with windows 7 home premium, but i have facing hdmi connectivity problem, when i connect my probook through HDMI to my samsung 43" HD LCD TV, the message appear on the screen that signal or device not found. Please somebody help me to resolve this problem. plz plz plz...........