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Old June 10, 2010, 10:48 AM
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Default LG E2350V and AsusG60J

As rjbaker says it should be easy.
However the output connector on the ASUS60j (A 16" version of the same) is a D15 sub analog.
So when I connect over the analog the display will not display anything at 1920 x 1080: claims the signal is out of range.
By the way the options I can select does not include the full HD i.e. 1920 x 1080 but only others and lower. But using the options in the NVIDIA driver (i just downloaded the newest to be 197.16 for windows 64 bit ultimate ) I could trim teh settings to teh needed 1920 x 1080 at 60Hz.
I also tried with a HDMI cable again it came up on 720p not on 1080p??
The store/shop claims the display is Ok. However I don't know if he is testing on the DVI connector (probably is).
any idea how to solve this?
a converter from DVI to D15 sub would only work provided the signal is analog?
By the way the computer can not detect the screen (DDC channel not working?)

I tried today on two old IBM and Dell std. 1200 x 1024 4x3 format. It only suggetsed 1024 x 768??? strnage but could read both type of displays.
Now further testing is difficult the display is in Spain, and I am in Norway.
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Old January 17, 2012, 05:09 PM
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I'm having sort of the same issue. I just received my Asus notebook today. I plugged it in via HDMI and it worked decent. It looked pretty good until I put a DVD in. It got really choppy and pixels were very blocky. I didn't have any sound through HDMI though. I did the Asus live update which updated the drivers and added extra stuff for video enhancement etc. After I did this, it only showed on my TV as windows loaded. When it went to the password screen my TV went black. I did a restore it worked again, re updated the drivers, then same thing. I have an Asus X53U goin to a Yamaha 3D receiver via HDMI then to LG 32" TV about 4 years old from HDMI to DVI with an adapter cable. I'm having issues getting my cable audio to come through my receiver with HDMI I have to use RCA cables as well for audio. Hopefully you guys can help me get this working good because the whole reason I bought a new notebook was just to watch movies in better quality on my TV instead of buying a decent DVD player i figured I'd be able to get nest of both worlds.
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Old January 17, 2012, 05:29 PM
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Which ASUS notebook?

One other thing: DVI has the capability to pass audio signals on to HDMI if using the proper video card and adaptor. HOWEVER, HDMI cannot pass audio signals to DVI.
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Old January 17, 2012, 06:51 PM
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its an Asus X53U. Im using straight HDMI to the receiver for sound. Only from my receiver to the TV is HDMI to DVI as my tv doesnt have HDMI. I dont use the speakers on that at all so the DVI shouldn't be an issue
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Old January 25, 2012, 06:50 PM
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Anyone?
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Old May 3, 2014, 11:15 AM
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After the last forced Windows8 update, my HDMI1 port will not recognize my Emerson TV. Last time this happened all I had to do was hard re-boot my computer. This doesn't work this time. ????
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