1 Reply Latest reply on Jun 23, 2011 7:56 PM by

    Turning off TV drives i3 H55 HTPC nuts




      I've built a HTPC based on a H55 motherboard, all was going well until I turned off the TV. The system reacted as though the monitor had been disconnected and started going though a HDMI plug and play sequence, and did the reverse when turning the TV on, except I just got a black screen.


      It seems that the H55 intergrated graphics does not cope with a monitor being turned off. I have never had this issue with separate graphics cards or integrated AMD/Nvidia graphics.


      Is there a way to stop the H55 from reacting to a hdmi monitor being turned off ?


      If there isn't it would sadly seem that the H55/57 chipsets are not a suitable integrated platform for HTPC's


      Thanks for any help.