Normally, a monitor will automatically detect which sort of port has been used to connect to a computer. You can also try isolating the problem and see if the monitor/TV is working properly with other inputs. I'm trying to the run the HDMI from my PC graphics card to the monitor but don't know how to change the source. Prior to updating to Windows 10 I used to be able to plug it in via HDMI to the TV and it would automatically display correctly. Replace other identical display cable (VGA / DVI / HDMI / DisplayPort) to take cross-test. Have a mate who has an issue with his new MSI 1080 Gaming X where it will boot into the BIOS/Post screens but hangs when loading Windows 10 and the monitor loses signal (ROG Swift), CTR-ALT-DEL works so it's not a hard lock. When it doesnât detect the correct port, you get the No signal on display port message. Check the monitor. 2. At first I thought it was my gpu or pc, but changing to a different monitor shows everything works fine. I've just updated my laptop from Windows 7 to Windows 10. Use the fixes mentioned in this guide if â¦ Here's my laptop details: I just bought the 24" MSI G24C4 and I cannot get it to go to HDMI. Comes up with a No Signal info. VGA canât be directly converted to HDMI, VGA is an analog signal, and HDMI is a digital video signal, it needs to convert the signal through the adapter, after the conversion, the signal is easy to lose signal and reduce the image quality. I have another laptop on Windows 7 and and if I try to connect directly with VGA - VGA, it works, but does not work with HDMI from the same laptop. Note: It can be cross-tested by changing the monitor. DP output to monitor HDMI port; o VGA output to monitor HDMI port. I have tried multiple cords : HDMI - HDMI, HDMI - DVI , HDMI - VGA, nothing works. The monitor is not detected. o HDMI output to monitor VGA port Change monitor port. When I plug my laptop into my LG 4K TV or an external monitor using an HDMI cable there's a "No signal" message on the monitor/TV. I tried on my backup pc as well on the new monitor, no signal. Make sure the monitor is well attached to the power supply. His original card, Zotac 980 AMP Extreme works fine with displayport and his ROG Swift, just not his 1080! Hi, i just bought a LG27mp58. I recently built my first PC and am using an Optix G241 monitor and whenever I turn it on it shows the msi logo, goes to black and then says no DP: No Signal. I've recently started a build using the MSI GTX 970 and when it is plugged into the motherboard and computer starts up the screen says there is no signal. You can hook your computer to a monitor or TV via HDMI to enjoy a bigger and better view of whatever is on your PC's display. Assuming that your problem is also "Monitor no signal after start up" as per the thread. Basically, it does not work with HDMI at all. HDMI: No Signal on Monitor or TV [Solved] ... HDMI stands for High Definition Multimedia Interface and for proper communication between two hardware components, both receiver and sender devices must recognize the HDMI signal and is often called HDMI handshake. Computer does not turn off itself when GPU is plugged in, as I know it does with some similar problems. If the signal is detected from the other laptop, it means there are either some misconfigurations in your laptop or the HDMI port is not working. If you are using an HDMI to VGA converter, this can be bad news. You didn't say if you tried your monitor on a different known working PC to check if it worked OK, a different known working monitor or a new monitor cable or even a different video output signal type (if available) e.g. Make sure the display cable is well attached to the monitor and graphics card. It show no signal througj hdmi and dvi cable. I press the power button and it says DP No Signal. This makes me assume that it's look for a display port cable, however I'm using an HDMI cable. Make sure the power indicator is lit on. There are three different ports that most monitors can use to connect to a Windows 10 system; HDMI, DVI, and VGA. I might conclude its the monitor â¦ Starts up fine when using integrated graphics but nothing at all when plugged in.