I'm guessing this bug still exists and hasn't been corrected? Can anyone confirm if they are aware that is indeed the case please?
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We are aware that in some system when you use the HDMI connection what you get is just a black screen. We are currently working on it and there is no estimated time for the fix yet.
Thank you for the verification!
I'm searching for a solution to the same problem.
-Dell Optiplex 3010
-Core i5 3470
-HD 2500 Graphics
-HDMI and VGA output
-HDMI to DVI adapter (tried Dell's and others)
-Viewsonic VX2235 and HP L1955 monitors
-Intel 10.18.10.3621 5/17/2014 driver (also tried Dell's latest)
Notes for Dell's latest BIOS update do not mention this as being addressed, so I would like to hold off on updating BIOS unnecessarily.
I've tried changing and saving the settings in the Intel graphics control panel. The "Multiple Monitors" option only appears after the above work-around.
Above work-around works, but system reverts after log-off, sleep, or re-boot. Running a script is not an option.
Any help would be much appreciated.
I understand Intel is still working with Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM) and Intel engineering to try to sort this out as soon as possible.
Many thanks for the update, and confirmation of issue.
I tested with an HDMI monitor from home, and system works in dual display (HDMI + VGA).
To achieve stable DVI / VGA dual display, options have boiled down to: 1) new HDMI monitor, or 2) Add a video card.
I've grudgingly added a $30 AMD 5450 video card, and system now works in dual display, DVI + VGA.
Thanks for testing and posting your results.
hi, just stumbled upon the same problem - bought a new second monitor, connected it through DVI cable and signal is lost right at the beginning of windows start screen. are there any news regarding this issue?
ok, updated to latest driver and problem is fixed!