I have a couple of NUCs and a couple of work PCs connected through a 'cheap' 4 port HDMI KVM switch. Look on Amazon for a Pway 4 Port HDMI KVM.
All was working ok until this weekend- the NUC5i5RKY video stopped working via the KVM. The other (older) NUC I have is still fine.
I did some tests swapping the video output cables over between NUCs (Mini HDMI to HDMI), and I couldn't get any display from the NUC5i5RYK.
The LG monitor I use has a second HDMI port- if I use that I can get Video from the NUC.
I have a Mini display port to VGA/HDMI/DP adaptor- trying the HDMI from that, still wouldn't work thru the KVM.
I've done a temporary bodge of using the VGA output and converting it back to HDMI (via another adaptor!) which now works (video is a bit fuzzy) ok thru the KVM.
I don't know what has changed, it has been working for 3 months- but could this be related to HDCP, as the KVM doesn't support it. Note- I've since tried updating all the drivers and BIOS on the NUC but still no joy.
I presume I can't turn off HDCP on the NUC (I don't play any copyright media material on it).
Ordered a cheap HDMI splitter /HDCP stripper box from Amazon today for further testing.
Any other ideas??
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