Have you tried setting the default graphics adapter to HDMI in the BIOS ? And maybe as an extra set the second graphics adapter to None.
Yes, doesn't work.
When I set it to: 1st = HDMI, 2nd = NONE then when using remote desktop I get blank screen after log in, and even can't switch to TV again, TV is also blank.
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Strange... I will try the same procedure tonight (start NUC with TV off) and let you know if i have the same problem.
Thanks, let me know.
Just tested it and no problems here. My NUC is connected directly to my AVR and my AVR is connected to my TV. Maybe you have to change a HDMI setting on your TV to solve problem. And what happens if you disconnect and reconnect the HDMI cable ?
When I unplug the HDMI cable and plug it back in, nothing happens, TV is still blank.
@Hvdheurik, thanks a lot for all the recommendations given. Are you using the same NUC, the D34010WYK2? Would you please let me know which the current BIOS version is? Which Graphic drivers are you using?
@Sentimex, would you let us know which BIOS version do you have? Which Graphic drivers are you using?
I will check tonight and post it here.
BIOS ver.: WYLPT10H.86A.0018.2013.0918.2135
Vid. adapter driver ver.: Intel Corporation 10.18.10.3379
just realized I'm not running the latest BIOS, so I have flashed WYLPT10H.86A.0022,
but the problems still persists.
My system specs :
Intel NUC D34010WYK2 with BIOS 0022
Intel HD Graphics driver 10.18.10.3379
So the same bios and driver version as Sentimex.
@Sentimex : What happens when you do a reboot from within the RDP session ? Does the HDMI work after the reboot ?
( cmd prompt and then : shutdown -t -r 00 )
Guys, the graphics driver 10.18.10.3379 was installed on your system after a Microsoft updated.
@Sentimex, I recommend you to uninstall those drivers and install the latest ones available from our site.
Intel® Iris™ and HD graphics Driver for Windows 7/8/8.1* 64
Intel® Iris™ and HD graphics Driver for Windows 7/8/8.1* 32
If the issue persisted you can try with the previous version 18.104.22.16816. Finally is nothing changed, I suggest you to replace your NUC
@ hvdheurik, in your case, since you are not reporting problems, please do not make changes on your system.
Curious... do you have another (different manufacturer) HDMI monitor you can try? I have seen mixed results in my lab with different manufacturer's monitors. In Windows, you may also want to check the HDCP settings as follows:
Swipe the left side of the screen and click Search
Type service, select the View local services link
Look for Intel(R) Content Protection HECI Service and double click it
Select Startup Type: Disabled
Then click Stop
Then click OK
I have installed driver from Sylvia's link, it's version: 10.18.10.3345
But this seems to be lower version from what I had before? (10.18.10.3379)
It works OK now!
Just for the info, the TV is Panasonic Plasma TV.