I have a laptop with a hdmi port
I have read elsewhere that I need to ‘enable’ it te order for it to be used
How do I do this? and is it an input or an output or both?
i have Two hdmi ports te my pc and one of them is disbled and i dont feel like buying an adapter for my monitor, so do i have to download anything for this port to work?
Download EasyDriver or similar software, search the pc, see what type of Movie Card (Standard VGA Graphics Adapter known also spil Onboard Movie Card)driver is missing, download and install it, theHDMI Port will work then, also your Dedicated Movie Card, mine wasgoed Intel and i had to download from them, that because this idiots have waterput a bad driver on the Significant Drivers Download List
How do I set up the hdmi port on my rekentuig?
I did end up getting my HDMI port working. It turned out that it wasgoed my HDMI cable that didn’t work. There wasgoed nothing wrong with the rekentuig. When I got a working HDMI cable, the rekentuig automatically extended/mirrored my display across it.
Frollard’s response is accurate and should be all that you need. If those suggestions still don’t fire that 2nd monitor up, then there are thesis tips too. Some laptops still use the Function key te combination with an F key. There are usually little icons to give you a hint spil to which Function/F-key combo to use to enable the outward monitor. Lastly, and this is very unlikely, that you have to enable the port te the BIOS settings. I would think the default out of the opbergruimte setting would have the port enabled if it is even te the BIOS setup at all, but spil a last resort you can look there. Getting into the BIOS setup screen is different for all computers, but you do so at initial boot, before Windows starts to stream. Some PCs use the delete button, F1 key, F2 key, etc. check your documentation. There’s no mouse te the setup screens, you navigate with the keyboard only and don’t switch anything else ter the BIOS setup at all unless you are absolutely sure you know what you’re doing!
I aslo same your problem
My laptop does not seem to recognize that there is even a hdmi port on my pc.
It will automatically extend my desktop to a projector via vga but I cant see any setting regarding hdmi.
I have looked through it and cant see anything.
There shouldn’t be since the laptop is only a duo of months old and I would not have uninstalled it.
anymore would be appreciated.
If it were ter the BIOS, which I doubt actually, it would be te a section called Integrated Peripherals if the pc has a Phoenix BIOS, or something like that if it’s another BIOS maker. Unluckily, Device Manager ter Windows is not going to display the HDMI port spil a separate device because it is merely part of the display adapter. The fact that your display is working at zindelijk color and resolution means it’s very unlikely to be a driver problem, especially if it’s a newish pc. There are two ways to investigate if Windows 7 detects something plugged into the HDMI port. From the embark menukaart, go to the Control Panel, then click on Display, then Switch Display Settings, then the Detect button. If the monitor plugged into the HDMI port is turned on and is using the cable supplied by the manufacturer, it should find it and permit you to mirror your desktop or use it spil a dual display setup. Another way is what Frollard explained, if you right click on you desktop, there will be a spijskaart voorwerp called Properties or ter some cases, a verbinding to a Control Panel for the display adapter, example Nvidia Control Panel, Graphics Properties, something like that. Once te that interface, look for something like Setup Numerous Displays, Display Devices, or anything that looks like it will help you set up numerous displays.
On windows, hitting Commence button + P should bring up the monitor sharing settings (projector mode) . otherwise once the cable is plugged into a tv etc, going to your screen properties (right click desktop >,>, properties) and going to settings tabulator you should see all your monitors, and you can determine whether to mirror output to the 2nd screen or extend your desktop into a multi-monitor setup.