So far, i know these information below.
The HDMI* port supports standard, enhanced, or high-definition video, plus multichannel digital audio on a single cable. It is compatible with all ATSC and DVB HDTV standards and supports 8-channel digital audio. The HDMI port is compliant with the HDMI 1.3 specification.
Try to do this again:
Drivers to be updated:
Installed the chipset driver and graphics driver.
Refer to these website
Check the Specification of your TV Manufacturer for each HDMI specification (1.2/1.3)
Other than this, i dont have any suggestion.
I had the latest drivers and the latest Bios. I just saw that there are newer drivers for XP available but as I am using Vista...
The strange thing is that both sides are working with other communication partners but not together. From the behaviour in Vista I think we are already failing on the Monitor P'n'P detection. But when I connect the TV to DVI instead of HDMI then it works. Unfortunately I need the DVI port for another monitor.
The mainboard seems to be ok as well, because if I connect a normal pc monitor via HDMI-to-DVI converter, it also works.
Panasonic told me that they are one of the HDMI founders so they claim to be fully compliant... So is it an Intel-Issue?
The only to find out if the board HDMI works fine, try your system on another TV different make/model. Use different HDMI cable as well.
Let me know how it goes.
I could check the TV with a different source (NVIDIA graphic card) and there it works fine, so it seems to be a problem of the onboard Intel graphic chipset. That's bad, because having a HTPC that is not working with a TV is not too funny...
Thanks and best regards,
Nice to hear from you with some other interesting information.
I will suggest you to put these information here, so that someone else can see it as well. May be something can be done in the future.
Cable Used to connect the system from the board to the TV:
Serial No of the cable:
Serial Number of the TV:
Software Firmware Version of the TV:
Graphics Driver Version:
Result when using the Onboard HDMI port:
Model of the Graphics Card Tested:
Serial Number for the card:
Thank you again for your information.
I have the same problem,
TV : SONY KDL-26M4000 Bravia both backside ports are not working at all, It don't has frontside port.
Using another TV AOC L19W831 to the backside ports works fine as well.
Any suggestions what I might do to fix this problem?
after doing further investigation, the only available solution: don't use the Intel Chipset. I changed to a competitive one and everything works fine immediately. It's just strange that Intel simply doesn't care.
i am just curious !
is this problem solves yes or no ?
seems like a bad chipset as a whole reading this , since i got the same issue on a totally diffrent mobo with this chipset !
The solution was to turn HDMI from the mother board off and buy a graphic card! To be honest I already spent too much time with this issue...
I m using DG45ID Board . (without any graphic card)
I hav HDMI to VGA converter
I want dual display
so i hav connected my first LCD with DVI connector & second LCD with HDMI connector (HDMI to VGA converter connector)
but i hav no display on second LCD
Although it was mentioned in DG45ID doc tht• Intel G45 Express Chipset with Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator X4500 (Intel® GMA X4500HD)• One PCI Express* 2.0 x16 connector supporting PCI Express graphics add-in cards• High-Definition Multimedia Interface* (HDMI*) output• Support for dual independent displays via the HDMI/DVI-I ports
Can any one tell me how can i hav dual display without using any graphic card