I have the NUC5i5RYH which I've been using for a long while now. It's been on working most of the TV's that I've had.
I've now purchased a Samsung Q7F tv. One the first day of plugging in to the TV using the mini-HDMI port, the NUC had some trouble but eventually worked.
I've not been able to get it working again since. The TV reports no signal (no audio or video) from source. It registers that there is a device connected, but doesn't actually display anything.
I've connected the NUC to an older TV using the same cable, and it's working.
I'm assuming this is related to HDMI handshake of some sort?
Does anyone have some advice on what to do to resolve the issue?
I've done restarts, disconnects and reconnects of the HDMI cable. I've update the display drivers and bios to the latest versions.
Thanks, I assumed the current cable is fine because it does work on another television set.
I've been thinking I may have to do this, or perhaps go via the display port. Busy checking if there's going to be any disadvantages with it.
I was hoping there's something in windows registry or bios I could have fiddled with in order to get it working...
Do not fiddle with the registry. Do not make changes to the bios.
There are many cables out there of varying quality. Just because it works on one monitor does not mean it is going to work on another.
When connected to the samsung, and you turn on the nuc, do you get a bios splash screen or any bios boot information?
I will go a little further that Al did. I have a RY NUC and I am using it with a Samsung 4K TV. I found that (with a good quality cable) the TV will work via the HDMI connector -- but this is not a good place to be plugging it in. This port only supports HDMI 1.4a, so the best you are going to do is 4K@30Hz. Many folks have eye fatigue issues with this refresh rate. With a good quality dongle, you can connect this TV to the DisplayPort interface and get 4K@60Hz. I am doing so using a Sabrent dongle -- and it even works routed through my Onkyo HT Receiver.
Hope this helps,
I got very similar issue. The tv stops working or not always connects. The graphics panel recognizes the connection, but won't send the signal.
The HDMI cable is decent quality, however it is not directional. Most of the times restarting computer helps, but once it didn't I uninstalled display adaptor driver, which helped for time being.
This is clearly driver bug. Can anyone help?
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