Problem Displaying Images

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newbag7212 Posted: Tue, Nov 20 2007 11:09 AM

I have an integrated GA-MA69GH-S2H Motherboard that contains an integrated HDMI Port.  My problem is when I connect the HMDI Cable to the my FP241W BENQ Monitor from the HDMI Port on the integrated motherboard there are no image and I get this message on the display "No Cable Is Connected".  I would appreciate anyone's help in advance.

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kid007 replied on Tue, Nov 20 2007 12:39 PM

Make sure that your HDMI is ON in the BIOS this might be one of those things that we overlook sometimes.

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I have the GIGABYTE S-Series Motherboard; specifically, the GA-MA69GH-S2H which has an integrated audio and video component on-board.  I have found a HDMI entry in the BIOS, I may be over looking it, I do find the "Onchip VGA which I have selected rather than the PCI Slot.  There is PEG BIOS Entry but the manual do not explain what its function is.

 

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