04-01-2012 09:32 PM
I have a HP Pavilion DV6 notebook PC running windows 7 with up to date software. Yesterday when I connected the HDMI cable to my home theather system to stream a movie rather than hearing the ding sound and displaying the contents of my computer screen on both the TV and the computer, the computer dinged then the computer screen went black and one the TV it said no signal mode not supported. I went into the 'appearance and personalization section' of the control panel and doublechecked the resolution and everything indicates it should be working just as it has before. What gives?
Any advice would be much appreciated. Please let me know if you need any further information.
04-02-2012 10:37 PM
Thanks! Choosing 'detect' allowed me to first add the second display then connect to it by choosing 'available display output Intel(R) HD graphics' under the display drop down menu. After which I was able to chose duplicate displays, then connect to the TV without the computer screen going blank. Next I saved changes then connected to the TV via HDMI cable, chose multiple monitors and hit detect again (or the other way around).
Thanks a bunch
08-03-2012 09:41 AM
please i got the same problem i have hp pavillion dv4 1220us when i conect it to my sony tv by HDMI cable
the tv send me message says unsupported signal check your output device and i had tray many thinges but it donsenot work i wish that you can help me for that
many thanks and best regards,
08-03-2012 04:34 PM
yes ı dıd that then instaled the latest java but then stell the same problem and the same message from the tv !! what do you think ?
08-04-2012 03:59 AM
yes all drivers are lst version...everything was working very well till the day before yestrday while i was conecting the cable to my pc and my tv it had show on the tv screen then sudenly everything went and it had give me the message of unsupported bla bla....
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