IntelHD (i5-3570) with DP connected to hdmi on TV via converter, bios displays normally, but "no signal" after loading IntelHD driver (win7/64). If I reinstall the driver - everifing work fine till reboot. How to solve it? Or how to automatically reinstall the driver during windows start?
What driver package are you using? Version 18.104.22.16829 is the latest (available here: https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/29473).
If that doesn't work, I am not sure what to suggest (Windows 7 is no longer supported).
I tried with a dozen different driver versions - everyone has this problem.
The solution is reinstalling the driver automatically when loading windows, or enable forced output to this port without detecting TV (how to do this?).
By the way, the monitor instead of the tv works fine, but I need to connect exactly the tv.
- To restart Video Driver press Shift + Ctrl + Windows keys with left hand and press "B" key with the right hand.
- You may try to switch back and forth the video input on your TV.
Pressing Shift + Ctrl + Windows + "B" keys gives nothing (may be this doesn't apply to win7)... And switch back and forth the video input on TV doesn't force the driver to recognize the TV (it's simly not present as output monitor till reinstall the driver)
I hope Leon's solution works for you.
Again, I have to say, Windows 7 support has been terminated and you likely will not be receiving any more driver updates. You really need to make the switch to Windows 10. I wasn't a fan early on (I am old and hate change), but it's really not that bad once you get used to it.
Wait, no, the Start Menu absolutely sucks. I want control over how *all* content is presented, including shortcuts for built-in and app store apps. While alphabetical ordering might work for newer used, it completely sucks for well-versed users. I want a hierarchical presentation capability like I had with Windows 7! I also want the ability back for putting a shortcut bar along other edges of the screen; all I can do now is overload the task bar with additional button bars, which sucks. I heard that MS is making some changes to the Start Menu in an upcoming release, but it is likely not going to get me what I want.
You do know that you can install Windows 10 essentially for free, right? While upgrading requires a Windows 10 license key, a from-scratch installation will accept old Windows 7, 8 and 8.1 license keys.
Hope this helps,
I'm sory mr. n.scott.pearson, but OS upgrade is impossible in this case, because I need MSSQL2008, and it's incompatible with win10.
I trying to use DevCon to reinstall the driver, but so far unsuccessfully:
Updating drivers for PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0152&SUBSYS_308417AA&REV_09\3&11583659&0&10 from c:\ftp\Graphics\igdlh64.inf.
It turned out to restart the driver with the command
devcon.exe restart "PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0152*"
and TV started working through digital output
I put it in HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run
hope it will work (the PC used remotely and I can't reboot it now)
"because I need MSSQL2008, and it's incompatible with win10."
Well, SQL server 2008 and Windows 7 are not supported by Microsoft. What do you think Microsoft would tell you if you were to ask for support of either?
And, you are using converters/adapters, which are not supported.
You need to update both your OS and SQL Server in order to have support. And, to do this, you need to upgrade your hardware. You are spending a lot of time trying to make something work with some TV, rather than facing the reality of your needs for the future. W7 and SQL Server 2008 are not current, and certainly not the future.
Face reality, and upgrade your software and hardware.
Doc (not an Intel employee or contractor)
SQL should be 2008, because our accounting program cannot work with a later version. And I don't ask Microsoft for support. I tried different converters and the result is the same - the IntelHD driver does not recognize this one TV (another monitor is working) through the digit output (the analogue VGA works, but the quality is poor). BIOS works fine and Linux too - only Windows with HD drivers is buggy (and Windows 10 by the way too).
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Tell your accounting people to have their program updated. It is only 12 years behind. And, it should have migrated to SQL Server 2008 R2.
Personally, I do not buy in to this "I cannot upgrade" position for staying on old hardware and software.
Mr.LWAKSMAN, You immediately gave the correct answer, thank you and forgive my inattention!
I put devcon.exe restart "PCI\VEN_8086&DEV_0152*" in the scheduler when starting windows with administrator privileges and it working as it should.