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i was wondering if you could help me out as well... my HTPC was functioning perfectly up until the last few months, then i began to get random picture/system freezes and lost HDMI handshake after turning off the tv/receiver. at the time, i was using an onboard ATI HD4200 from a Windows 7 Home machine with the Xonar HDAV Slim and a Gefen HDMI Detective Plus (ATI > HDAV > Yamaha RX-V2700 > HDMI Detective > Pioneer PDP-5080HD). i removed the HDAV, but things haven't really gotten better (the machine runs fine as long as everything is left on... if i turn off the tv, i lose handshake; if i turn off the tv and receiver, the machine freezes). i've tried changing the arrangement of the HDMI Detective, but it will only pass signal if it is between the receiver and the tv.
i'm not sure if it was a Windows update or the change in Catalyst drivers, but now trying to keep my HTPC on with out actively using it has become and exercise in frustration.
reading this thread has made me wonder if a EDID override will help. i followed your directions on capturing the EDID data for both the Pioneer and the Yamaha and have attached both in the hope that you would be able to produce a custom .inf file that i could try. if you have the time, i would greatly appreciate the help!
Pioneer PDP-5080HD - YAMAHA RX-V2700.zip 1.2421875k . file
I found this forum post:
and have tried this:
Except the last driver I used one for 64 bit Windows.
God this sucks, there must be a way to get this working :-(
This was actually in the forum post I linked to, is this a possibility?
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I have frequent handshake problems with my Onkyo HT-R580 and Panny Plasma TC-42G10. Especially if I try to use the sleep feature. How about it?
Panny-TCP42G10 - ONKYO HT-R580.zip 1.189453125k . file