As i described in the first post, the dual display was previously working (sort of) through POST but cut at windows loading, then after BIOS updating has zero ouput via HDMI
. I doubt power supply would be an issue, this whole system is brand new, the PSU which came with the shuttle case is 250W which should be sufficient. I've am able to perform all tasks with media and gaming etc without any issues, just not via HDMI.
I want dual display, if this issue can't be resolved, the mobo is going back to the supplier.
If the problem started after a BIOS update, I'd next recommend the following:
1. Restart the system into BIOS by pressing <F2> during the boot process. Once in the BIOS setup utility, press <F9> to restore BIOS default settings. Reset any customized BIOS settings. Clear all DMI event logs by setting the option to "Enable", which is located in the Advanced/Event Log Configuration section of the BIOS Setup utility. Press <F10> to save the new settings and reboot the system.
2. If the problem continues, clear the CMOS as follows in the event the cause of the problem was a BIOS corruption:
Reminder: Please, ensure you wear an anti-ESD bracelet on an anti-ESD surface (see http://tinyurl.com/7oobzc).
Unplug the power cord, remove all non-basic components; remove the RTC (Real Time Clock) battery and leave it out for 20 minutes. After this period of time, insert the battery back in, connect the power cord back in, and turn the system back into BIOS; then, repeat step# 1 above.
That didn't work.
The new Bios however, has restored HDMI function to POST, but it will not function once windows loads so must therefore be an issue with windows 7 64bit drivers (or lack thereof).
to clarify, I can access all the BIOS menu etc via HDMI on my monitor and it retains function right up until showing "Windows is loading" screen, immediately after which the signal gets cut.
I'm having the same problem with a mobo DH67BL and processor Intel Core i5-2500
As is so often the case, I have solved my own problem. The latest graphics driver, combined with the aforementioned recent bios has finally enabled me to have dual screen via HDMI to the pc monitor. Incedentily this proves my initial theory/accusation that Intel's early windows7 64bit drivers were faulty, or at least ineffective with this board.
That took nearly 2 years guys, NOT GOOD ENOUGH !!!
I doubt I'll be buying or recommending any more Intel products in this format anytime soon.
this is the combination I have which is working.
BIOS Update [JGIBX10J.86A] version 0601
...Pablo I don't know if this will be any use to you as your hardware is different. good luck.
Downgrade bios version from 0625 to 0601 ???
your board and cpu are different to mine so i have no idea whether they use the same drivers etc but if you want to try it anyway do that vid driver first, if that doesnt work on its own then yeah, try the bios downgrade.
I was testing the drivers of the processors graphics... And with the official Intel drivers the HDMI doesn't work, but if I use the "standard" drivers of windows, my HDMI is back to life but just using 1 display, if I try to use 2 displays, only the DVI port works.
That is really weird :-s
You may have to start your own discussion thread, since mine's working this one is effectively a closed case now.
new bios update
re install drivers