Topic Title: Connecting my Proscan LCDTV to my PC
Topic Summary: No Video w/ HDMI
Created On: 09/08/2012 04:41 PM
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zbrown1029
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I have been trying to connect my Proscan (37LB30QD) to my Desktop PC for a couple of days now. When the HDMI cable is plugged into my PC from my TV, the computer detects it and lets me adjust the resolution. I do not get any video showing on my TV though. It just keeps saying " No Signal ".

Below is all the information that I know about my system.

Graphics Card

ATI Radeon HD 4250
not sure how to find info

AMD Catalyst Driver Version, and Driver History
Catalyst Version 12.6

Driver Package  8.97.100.3-120703a-145534C-ATI

Driver ver.  8.970.100.3000

Operating System
-64bit Windows 7 Service Pack 1

Issue Details
Connecting LCD TV to PC via HDMI. No video at TV. Windows detects TV and allows me to adjust properties. I set it to "extended desktop" and the click "apply". The screen goes black and comes back up, still no video to TV. If I remove my VGA from the monitor and plug it into the TV I get video. I don't want that, I want to connect it for good and extend the desktop

TV is set to HDMI-2 (works with FIOS box already) and I have checked the cords and they are connected and in good conditon


CPU Details
Processor: AMD Athlon(tm) II X2 250 3.0GHz


Display Device(s) and Connection(s) Used
PC Monitor: Samsung 170s (Model Code GH17LUSS) connected with VGA

LCD TV: Proscan 37" 720p 37LB30QD connected with HDMI

Motherboard or System Make & Model
MSI  MS-7641


Motherboard BIOS Version
American Megatrends Inc V1.0

 

 



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