GTX 1060 Can't access Samsung TV
I'm running Version 388.43 of Game Ready Driver in the Geforce Experience and I'm having trouble connecting to the new Samsung TV I just bought. TV is Samsung UE65MU6195 Or shortly: MU6195 model and I've been able to establish connection with the older laptop, I've been able to get connection with wireless using both phone and old laptop but I can't do the same with the newer laptop with GTX 1060 inside. Seems like this is something to do with the "handshake" of these 2 products that fails according to many people, the connection seems to be happening a split second and then just fails. I can temporarily get something to be shown in the big TV screen using HDMI but feels like the resolution doesn't match and it keeps connecting and disconnecting every 3 seconds, eventually just showing black screen. Doing same with wireless I just connect with putting Project -> Duplicate, then go Connect -> Find Samsung TV -> TV asks to verify and I click verify, screen goes black and.... nothing happens. The devices just don't seem to connect. Every other device just asks the same and I just say verify and then that just simply works. In GTX 1060 case it just fails and fails. Please fix this in the next version! I beg you!
I'm running Version 388.43 of Game Ready Driver in the Geforce Experience and I'm having trouble connecting to the new Samsung TV I just bought.

TV is Samsung UE65MU6195 Or shortly: MU6195 model and I've been able to establish connection with the older laptop, I've been able to get connection with wireless using both phone and old laptop but I can't do the same with the newer laptop with GTX 1060 inside.

Seems like this is something to do with the "handshake" of these 2 products that fails according to many people, the connection seems to be happening a split second and then just fails.

I can temporarily get something to be shown in the big TV screen using HDMI but feels like the resolution doesn't match and it keeps connecting and disconnecting every 3 seconds, eventually just showing black screen.

Doing same with wireless I just connect with putting Project -> Duplicate, then go Connect -> Find Samsung TV -> TV asks to verify and I click verify, screen goes black and.... nothing happens. The devices just don't seem to connect.

Every other device just asks the same and I just say verify and then that just simply works. In GTX 1060 case it just fails and fails.

Please fix this in the next version! I beg you!

#1
Posted 12/07/2017 01:23 PM   
wireless hdmi is not a standard, contact samsung and tell them to fix their shit.
wireless hdmi is not a standard, contact samsung and tell them to fix their shit.



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#2
Posted 12/08/2017 01:08 AM   
Might be a number of things: refresh rate resolution HDR on/off colour depth 8/10/12 bit etc some HDMI ports diff spec to others, may have feedback loop for controlling external boxes etc. might have to experiment with various settings. If you have dvi-d output from new laptop gtx 1060 could try dvi to HDMI cable or an adapter. I have used this before on problomatic GPU/TV connections, where GPU failed to recognize TV on HDMI at all.
Might be a number of things:

refresh rate
resolution
HDR on/off
colour depth 8/10/12 bit etc
some HDMI ports diff spec to others, may have feedback loop for controlling external boxes etc.

might have to experiment with various settings.

If you have dvi-d output from new laptop gtx 1060 could try dvi to HDMI cable or an adapter. I have used this before on problomatic GPU/TV connections, where GPU failed to recognize TV on HDMI at all.

#3
Posted 12/08/2017 09:47 AM   
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