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gtx 670 to tv HDMI to HDMI not working?.

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Hi all finaly got my PC on Tuesday and works fine and pleased with it and is quiet as i wanted.

When i use the HDMI to HDMI lead in the graphics card to the TV nothing comes on the TV when i switched the PC on for the 1st time. I tried sevral times with the HDMI to HDMI lead and tried different ports on the TV and still did not work. The HDMI lead i used i also use for my old PC and still use it for my PS3 and works fine. I then used a DVI to HDMI lead what i had and it worked with no problems and the picture came on with sound also. Since using the DVI to HDMI lead i have tried using the HDMI to HDMI and there is sound but no picture still and tried another HDMI to HDMI lead but still does not work apart from the sound. Any help would be grateful

Thanks for any reply.

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Are you sure your drivers got installed correctly? Have you tried reinstalling them, or tried different drivers?
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Yes i have even uninstalled the drivers and put the drivers back on which i got from Nvidia website for the graphic card. Also in my C: drive which is my SSD drive i have noticed a folder in Programe FilesX86 called AMD and in that folder is a folder called overdrive which is i believe something todo with the ATI cards for overclocking. I did a AMD search on my C: drive and alot of folders came up with AMD64. Should this be?.

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Have you ever had any AMD parts in that PC, or is it a new Intel/Nvidia build? Is there anything in Control Panel saying AMD that you could uninstall?
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Its a complete new Intel/Nvidia build which i made sure it was on other forums be for i brought which i wanted as if i did buy AMD i would have gotten a AMD graphic card too and not have a chance in conflicting. Ive looked in the uninstall or change a programe section and nothing is there to do with AMD.

Also when searched the SSD drive for AMD it comes up with folder in C:\Windows\winsxs most of them called. amd64_microsoft-windows-t.es-transprtdrivers_31bf3856ad34e35_6.1.7601.17779_n.. .

and loads more files like this starting with amd64. Not going to delete any of these files untill i no what they are. There most likely to be normal and important and just got the name AMD and proly not have anything to do with AMD it self. The only folder whats something to do with AMD is the blank folder called AMD Overide
Edited by skipper847 - 7/6/12 at 4:54am
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Do you also have a spare computer monitor? If so, I have an idea....
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Hi. No i dont have a spare monitor frown.gif but could you please tell me your idea please as i could get one later on
post #8 of 17
The idea is that you plug in the other monitor via DVI, and your TV via HDMI, and get into Windows. You will find that the picture is on the other monitor. Then you go in to NVCP and set the HDMI TV as the 'primary' monitor instead. Then you disconnect the other monitor after you shut down.

IOW, the problem you likely have right now is that HDMI is seen as the connection for the 2ndary monitor not the primary.

Or you can not do any of the above, and just use the adapter, cause it really doesn't matter one bit if you do it that way.
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The idea is that you plug in the other monitor via DVI, and your TV via HDMI, and get into Windows. You will find that the picture is on the other monitor. Then you go in to NVCP and set the HDMI TV as the 'primary' monitor instead. Then you disconnect the other monitor after you shut down.
IOW, the problem you likely have right now is that HDMI is seen as the connection for the 2ndary monitor not the primary.
Or you can not do any of the above, and just use the adapter, cause it really doesn't matter one bit if you do it that way.

OK I need to be quicker, because that's pretty much what I was going to say!
This is why you can get sound but no picture, as the PC is actually outputting both sound and audio. What you didn't make clear was when you are using your DVI to HDMI cable - which part goes into the PC and which part into the TV? I'm going to assume you used the DVI part in the pc and the HDMI part in the TV, as not all TV's have DVI, but please let us know.
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post #10 of 17
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I just dont no why HDMI to HDMI can not just plug and play like dvi to HDMI or DVI to RGB frown.gif
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