Thank you for joining the Intel communities.
Could you please provide us with the Intel® Compute Stick model?
We have several models and I’m not sure which one you have.
What is your TV model?
Thanks for the reply. The Compute sticks are the first generation Windows versions: BOXSTCK1A32WF
And the TV models are:
When attached, any other computer can set the resolution to 1366 x 768 and send audio through the HDMI connection. When attached through a HDMI VGA adapter, the compute sticks can set the resolution to 1366 x 768 (on the Samsung at least, the Philips doesn't have a VGA port), so the graphics on the device can support it. But attached directly, the only selectable resolutions are 1280 x 720 and 1920 x 1080, and no audio comes through.
Thanks for you efforts, these sticks are perfect for streaming media to standard TVs... as long as they can set the correct resolutions.
Please try the following:
Update the BIOS to the latest version; you can download the latest version here:
After updating the BIOS please install the latest graphics driver then select HDMI audio as your default playback device from the Windows* Sound control panel:
- Click Start > Control Panel > Hardware and Sound.
- Click Sound. The Playback tab lists the audio playback devices for your computer.
- Right-click on the device for HDMI audio, and select Set as Default Device.
- Right-click and select Test. If you hear a test tone, click OK.
I hope this can help you.
Thanks again Ivan,
That worked for getting the one stick working with the Philips TV, but the Samsung still had the same problems - even when I moved the stick that was working on the Philips to the Samsung. Since it seems like it's something specific to that model TV, I just picked up a small HDMI to VGA adapter with audio and it's all working perfectly now. The VGA adapter probably prevents the graphics driver from fully reading the model of the TV, so it just offers the full default set of resolutions.