Hi xPETEZx, I list below the most recent driver versions, so you can try the one you do not have installed.
You may want to try using a different HDMI cable, perhaps a new version is needed.
Another possible option is to upgrade the AV receiver’s firmware.
Thanks for the suggestions.
I have tried both the drivers you have linked to already.
The issue still occurs with both.
I am currently using a HDMI 1.4 cable.
I can try with a lower version to see if that makes any difference too.
My AVR is on the latest firmware available for it.
Would be interested to hear if anybody else has this issue and knows of a work around / fix?
Does it work properly when connecting the TV directly, bypassing the AVR?
I would suggest using a different HDMI cable if possible, quality may be a suspect.
This is just one of the available options: http://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-High-Speed-HDMI-Cable-Supports/dp/B003L1ZYYM/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1415306929&sr=8-1&keywords=HDMI+cable
Same issue occurs when connected directly to the TV.
So, there are not adapters, converters or KVMs used with this setup?
What is the TV model?
Please attach the Intel® HD Graphics and DxDiag reports (press Windows* key + R key, type “dxdiag”, press OK and then click “Save All Information”).
No KVMs / Converters used. Just an Onkyo TX-NR515.
The TV is a Sharp LC32E700 I think.
The issue in this equation is NOT the TV or the Amp. As I have said, I have other devices connected via the same method that do not experiance this issue.
I am very tempted to just install an add-in graphics card and be done with this problem.
6 Months after buying this motherboard it is still not 100% functional.
Very annoying when watching something via the PC getting random cuts to black all the time.
I will get you a DXDiag once I am home. Appears you cant run this via RDP and get info on the local display adapter.
I have just replaced the TV with a new Samsung unit.
The issue remains.
I have not yet tried this in safe mode.
To be quiet honest, I have completely lost the will to waste anymore time on Intel HD4600.
I have a cheap £20 AMD Radeon which never gave me any issues, so I think I will just re-install this.
I would expect the port to not work at all if it is physically damaged.
I still believe this to be a software / Bios based issue.
To confirm both, I need to install some new drives in the machine tomorrow anyway, so will be sure to check the port over physically and also to see if I get this issue before Windows boots. (IE in the Bios)