I have a NUC d54250wyk that I recently aquired. I built it on a monitor using the HDMI, and it went smoothly. I then moved it to my media room where it goes through a yamaha receiver. When I power on the system I see the NUC splash screen, can see and enter BIOS, but when it goes to start the OS I lose signal to my tv. I also don't get any audio, so I'm not sure if it's even sending it to the receiver.
I have updated the BIOS to the latest bios.
I have libreelec 10.1 running on it.
I have even tried running the libreelec installer again to see if it missed any drivers, but as soon as the installer starts from the USB I lose signal again.
If I bypass the receiver and go straight to the TV everything works. if I then(without turning off anything) reconnect the system through the receiver it works until something gets restarted or the input is changed on the receiver.
It's obviously making a handshake since the NUC splash screen and BIOS work.
I've google a ton but cannot find anything that matches what I have specifically. Lots of no signal, but not really a lot where it's only once the OS starts.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Have similar setup, D54250WYKH (Win10 x64 fully up to date) to Onkyo TX-NR575 Receiver to 65" Samsung TV. Works great except for having to have Receiver turned on when starting or when switching between devices. No issues with Windows boot.
What HDMI driver do you have installed? I am using 126.96.36.19971.
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