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Hi,

configuration: data source is a graphics card (in my PC) with two ports: DVI that is connected to a monitor and HDMI that used to be connected directly to a TV (Audio was outputted separately to receiver), but now is connected to the receiver, with another HDMI cable connecting the receiver to the TV. So basically the connection b/w the PC and the TV is via the receiver and HDMI, and to the monitor directly via DVI.
All works well, except that when I close my TV it shuts down signal the to the monitor as well. This did not happen when the TV was connected directly to the PC (via HDMI), only when I connect them through the receiver (hence this is a receiver question).
How do I change that?

Configuration:
LG W2043T monitor,
LG LD460 TV,
Yamaha RX-v467 receiver,
ATI Radeon HD 4300/4500 series graphics card.

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Try turning the HDMI Control feature on the Yamaha to OFF.

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Thanks.
I've tried that, and when the control is off it doesn't turn off the receiver, but that's it. The signal to the monitor is still turn off.
When the PC was connected directly to the TV, turning it off did not cut off the signal to the monitor.


** Please note that the pc desktop is extended to the TV.
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So you're using the TV remote to turn off the TV? As the monitor is also an LG, is the monitor being turned off by the TV's remote control also as it's apparently not being turned off by the HDMI-CEC feature (although you could also try setting SimpLink on the monitor to OFF, and if not a setting on the monitor then on the TV for sure).

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Thanks for your answer.
Sorry for being out of touch, I had a lot on my plate lately.
I'll give it a go and see what happens.
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