HDMI output to HDTV won't work. HDMI Monitor
[size=4][size=3]My system:
MB: Biostar GeForce 6100-M9
CPU: AMD Athlon 64 939 Socket 2.2GHz
DVD: Lite-On 22X DVD Burner with Lightscribe
Ram: PNY Dual Channel 2048MB PC3200 DDR 400MHz Memory (2 x 1024MB)
HDD: 120g Maxtor IDE,
500g WD Cavier Black SATA
Video Card: INNO3D GeForce 9400
OS: Windows XP Pro dual boot with Linux Ubuntu 10.04

My Card:
[url="http://www.copystars.net/servlet/the-132/Video-Card-NVIDIA-Geforce/Detail"]http://www.copystars.net/servlet/the-132/V...-Geforce/Detail[/url]

I cannot get the HDMI output of my video card to work on my 32" Vizio HDTV, I even unhooked my VGA connection to see if that helps and it does not. This card has 3 different connections for it. VGA, DVI and HDTV. I don't have a DVI cord so I don't worry there. But I would like to see the HDMI work. What can I do, and how does the audio connection get hooked up to the video card?[/size][/size]
My system:

MB: Biostar GeForce 6100-M9

CPU: AMD Athlon 64 939 Socket 2.2GHz

DVD: Lite-On 22X DVD Burner with Lightscribe

Ram: PNY Dual Channel 2048MB PC3200 DDR 400MHz Memory (2 x 1024MB)

HDD: 120g Maxtor IDE,

500g WD Cavier Black SATA

Video Card: INNO3D GeForce 9400

OS: Windows XP Pro dual boot with Linux Ubuntu 10.04



My Card:

http://www.copystars.net/servlet/the-132/V...-Geforce/Detail



I cannot get the HDMI output of my video card to work on my 32" Vizio HDTV, I even unhooked my VGA connection to see if that helps and it does not. This card has 3 different connections for it. VGA, DVI and HDTV. I don't have a DVI cord so I don't worry there. But I would like to see the HDMI work. What can I do, and how does the audio connection get hooked up to the video card?

#1
Posted 06/23/2010 03:46 AM   
Disable HDMI audio and see if the display is detected after that

what driver version are you using?
the latest driver 257.21 helps solve some of these issues
Disable HDMI audio and see if the display is detected after that



what driver version are you using?

the latest driver 257.21 helps solve some of these issues



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#2
Posted 06/23/2010 08:06 PM   
I don't have audio connected to the card unless the audio signal comes thru the pci connection,
I don't have audio connected to the card unless the audio signal comes thru the pci connection,

#3
Posted 06/24/2010 02:31 PM   
the newer cards have an hdmi audio chip on the video card
by disabling it the HDMI Audio on the hdmi (video & audio) cable it becomes a DVI cable connection(PC connection) by default
so it may detect the screen easier
the newer cards have an hdmi audio chip on the video card

by disabling it the HDMI Audio on the hdmi (video & audio) cable it becomes a DVI cable connection(PC connection) by default

so it may detect the screen easier



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#4
Posted 06/24/2010 03:57 PM   
How would I do that, there is no audio connection or anything identified as anything to do with audio in the nvidia display panel.
How would I do that, there is no audio connection or anything identified as anything to do with audio in the nvidia display panel.

#5
Posted 07/01/2010 02:42 AM   
How would I do that, there is no audio connection or anything identified as anything to do with audio in the nvidia display panel.
How would I do that, there is no audio connection or anything identified as anything to do with audio in the nvidia display panel.

#6
Posted 07/01/2010 02:42 AM   
HDMI connector can output both Digital Video and Digital Audio

Some boards have Video only output thru connector
some have both (it the board has a HDMI Audio chip on it)

you should be able to find out from control panel ->hardware and sound->manage audio devices

read this thread
[url="http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=153602"]http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=153602[/url]

and this one on HDMI
[url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HDMI"]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HDMI[/url]

PS:
also of note the NVIDIA HDMI AUDIO is only 2 ch and LPCM

so most people use onboard or soundblaster x-fi 7.1 digital
and ouput that thu spdif
HDMI connector can output both Digital Video and Digital Audio



Some boards have Video only output thru connector

some have both (it the board has a HDMI Audio chip on it)



you should be able to find out from control panel ->hardware and sound->manage audio devices



read this thread

http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=153602



and this one on HDMI

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HDMI



PS:

also of note the NVIDIA HDMI AUDIO is only 2 ch and LPCM



so most people use onboard or soundblaster x-fi 7.1 digital

and ouput that thu spdif



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#7
Posted 07/01/2010 04:30 AM   
HDMI connector can output both Digital Video and Digital Audio

Some boards have Video only output thru connector
some have both (it the board has a HDMI Audio chip on it)

you should be able to find out from control panel ->hardware and sound->manage audio devices

read this thread
[url="http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=153602"]http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=153602[/url]

and this one on HDMI
[url="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HDMI"]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HDMI[/url]

PS:
also of note the NVIDIA HDMI AUDIO is only 2 ch and LPCM

so most people use onboard or soundblaster x-fi 7.1 digital
and ouput that thu spdif
HDMI connector can output both Digital Video and Digital Audio



Some boards have Video only output thru connector

some have both (it the board has a HDMI Audio chip on it)



you should be able to find out from control panel ->hardware and sound->manage audio devices



read this thread

http://forums.nvidia.com/index.php?showtopic=153602



and this one on HDMI

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HDMI



PS:

also of note the NVIDIA HDMI AUDIO is only 2 ch and LPCM



so most people use onboard or soundblaster x-fi 7.1 digital

and ouput that thu spdif



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#8
Posted 07/01/2010 04:30 AM   
I just read this, I am currently using vga to hookup my monitor and what I need is to use dvi for my monitor then hdmi will work on my tv or dvi to vga splitter for my tv.
I think this might work for what I want :
[url="http://www.amazon.com/StarTech-DVI-Cable-Adapter-DVIVGAMF/dp/B000067SOH"]http://www.amazon.com/StarTech-DVI-Cable-A...F/dp/B000067SOH[/url]

# Specification:
Inno3D 9400GT 512MB Nvidia Geforce video card with Cuda technology
# Product Inno3D Geforce 9400GT
# Chipset Geforce 9400GT
# Memory512MB GDDR2
# Core Frequency550MHz
# Memory Frequency 667MHz
# RAMDAC 400MHZ
# Interface PCI-Express
# Stream Processors16
# Max. Resolution 2560 x 1600
# SLI Ready thru PCI express slot without sli bridge
# OutputDVI and VGA, HDMI
# HDCP
[b]100 Support DUal view mode:[/b]
# VGA+DVI or
# DVI+HDMI
# Come with CD driver and SPDIF wire for connection to motherboard when using HDMI digital audio output
# HDMI cable is not included
I just read this, I am currently using vga to hookup my monitor and what I need is to use dvi for my monitor then hdmi will work on my tv or dvi to vga splitter for my tv.

I think this might work for what I want :

http://www.amazon.com/StarTech-DVI-Cable-A...F/dp/B000067SOH



# Specification:

Inno3D 9400GT 512MB Nvidia Geforce video card with Cuda technology

# Product Inno3D Geforce 9400GT

# Chipset Geforce 9400GT

# Memory512MB GDDR2

# Core Frequency550MHz

# Memory Frequency 667MHz

# RAMDAC 400MHZ

# Interface PCI-Express

# Stream Processors16

# Max. Resolution 2560 x 1600

# SLI Ready thru PCI express slot without sli bridge

# OutputDVI and VGA, HDMI

# HDCP

100 Support DUal view mode:

# VGA+DVI or

# DVI+HDMI

# Come with CD driver and SPDIF wire for connection to motherboard when using HDMI digital audio output

# HDMI cable is not included

#9
Posted 07/13/2010 10:36 PM   
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