High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) feature let’s you connect your laptop to an HD television set. Watch streaming media, YouTube videos, Netflix movies and anything you’d like on the big screen. This article contains troubleshooting guideline to resolve HDMI output error.
You’re just 3 steps away from fixing this problem… 1. Download and install the Diagnostic 2. Run full scan 3. Perform system clean-up & repair Estimated download time: 10 Seconds
You’re just 3 steps away from fixing this problem…
1. Download and install the Diagnostic
2. Run full scan
3. Perform system clean-up & repair
Estimated download time: 10 Seconds
Rollback Previous Display Driver
Restore the prior version of your display driver using the Driver Rollback feature. The easiest way to rollback your driver is to use the Device Manager.
1. Press Windows Key + X; select Device Manager.
2. Expand the top node.
3. Expand Display Adapters node.
4. Click View | Show hidden devices.
5. Does your PC show an exclamation mark ahead of your Display Driver? If so, right click the buggy Display Driver, select Properties.
6. Click the Driver tab.
7. Click Rollback driver button.
Use the Driver Verifier
This pre-installed tool from Microsoft searches for problems with kernel-mode drivers that are causing HDMI output error. It tracks and help diagnosing faulty drivers in a step-by-step manner.
1. Type Verifier.exe in the Search Box on Taskbar.
2. Open Verifier from the Search Results.
3. Select Create custom settings (for code developers).
4. Click Next.
5. Select Select individual settings from a full list.
6. Click Next.
7. In the next page, check-up all boxes except the following:
- Force pending I/O requests
- Low resource simulation
8. Click Next.
9. Select Select driver names from a list.
10. Click Next.
11. In the subsequent page, check-up all Non-Microsoft drivers.
12. Click Next, and then Finish.
Configure Secondary Display Settings
Configure your NVIDIA settings correctly to address the issue of secondary display resulting into HDMI output problem.
1. Right click your Desktop; select NVIDIA Control Panel.
2. Click Set up multiple displays.
3. Uncheck and re-check up the HDMI connected display.
4. Apply the settings.
Install Display Driver in Compatibility Mode
Your display driver may be incompatible with the version of operating system currently installed on your PC. Reinstall it in the compatibility mode, a software troubleshooting mechanism, to resolve the issue.
1. Visit the website of your Graphics Card manufacturer.
2. Go to the Drivers & Downloads section.
3. Select your operating system, version and type (32/ 64 bit).
4. Initiate the download process.
5. After successful download, right click the downloaded EXE; select Open containing folder.
6. Right click the destination file, choose Properties.
7. Click the Compatibility tab.
8. Check the box named Run this program in compatibility mode for, and select an earlier Windows version.
9. Click OK