Anybody? Problem just happened again... Can't get any signal on my TV through my AVR using my HTPC as source...
Originally Posted by clanderson /t/1517684/help-hdmi-handshake-issue#post_24354267
(and using the HDMI control feature on my AVR).
Originally Posted by dfkimbro /t/1517684/help-hdmi-handshake-issue#post_24365258
Do you mean HDMI-CEC? I had a lot of problems dropping audio when I had HDMI-CEC enabled on the AVR. Diferrent brand (Denon), but I'd try it without the CEC enabled. It's one of those promising features that's implemented slightly differently by each manufacturer and I think it causes problems when the brands are mixed.
Originally Posted by gewbert /t/1517684/help-hdmi-handshake-issue#post_24378874
Try this: http://www.thehtpc.net/htpc-tips-and-tweaks/solving-your-hdmi-handshake-issues-once-and-for-all/
You'll need to make a few tweaks most likely to get it to work on your computer. See my thread here for what I had to do to get it to work. http://www.avsforum.com/t/1514189/black-screen-issues-with-radeon-6450#post_24290247
I don't have an AVR, but I think it might work for you.
Originally Posted by clanderson /t/1517684/help-hdmi-handshake-issue#post_24382810
Unfortunately, I came across this already in my frantic search for a solution. I tried many times to no avail! Thank you very much for replying though
Originally Posted by leebo /t/1517684/help-hdmi-handshake-issue#post_24523304
Well, if the problem IS the laptops HDMI card, wishing for another solution wont do anything to fix it.
Do they make a USB to HDMI dongle you can try? You can always return it.
Sent from my generic not my computer device.