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HDMI problem from PC to SONY tv

Posted on 2013-06-30
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Hi,

When I connect my laptop through the HDMI port of my Sony TV, I can see the pictures, movies in my TV fairly. No issue on that.

Surprisingly, for last couple of days I have started playing Darksider-2 in my laptop DELL XPS15. Just before the game begins, the TV shows the laptop screen perfectly. But as soon as the game starts, the TV displays goes to black screen.

Please help
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Can you check the resolution the game is running in? Perhaps it isn't supported by the TV. Try changing it in the game settings.
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and while your checking the res settings in video make sure it is selecting your tv as the primary monitor not the XPS video.
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Thanx
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