I'm having a heck of a time with this. I am trying to use the mini HDMI out on my Dell Latitude E6320 to connect to my Sharp Aquos LC-60E69U LCD television. Bottom line, the computer is not recognizing the TV - not sure if it is an EDID problem or what!
Operating System - Windows XP service pack 3
It lists the Intel HD Graphics 3000 as the Processor Graphics in Use
Video BIOS is 2089.11
I started with the following article/page to resolve the issue:
When I pull up the Graphics and Media Control Panel, I get the image in step 6 Figure 3. However, I have no option in the dropdown for Television...and therefore I cannot change the settings accordingly.
|Product Detected||Intel® Processor Graphics 3000|
|Current Driver Installed||188.8.131.5294|
|Your driver is current.|
Thinking that the television may not be sending the EDID correctly, I searched on Sharp's website for an updated driver for the TV - but none were available.
I searched for and found some updates available for the computer - two for the BIOS and two Video. I will go ahead and install them anyway if I can as I received the computer in September and these are dated November 2011.
Can anyone offer any other solutions??? i found a few EDID check and mod sites...but I don't know that I have the skills to go quite that far.
Intel does not provide assistance when you need to modify EDID. I recommend testing a different graphics driver version for your graphics controller
Also, please bear in mind hat you need to use straight cables for the EDID to read it properly. This case will be HDMI to HDMI
Please try testing drivers from your computer manufacturer.