Originally Posted by Tintin
- explain again in english -
If you actually take the time to read it, I assure you that it all makes perfect sense. Still, if I must crop it:
- I have TV I want to connect to my PC
- PC won't detect it
- Works fine on second partition on same computer. Only difference is that second parition has a dodgy hard-drive which I intend to remove.
Have updated GPU and Monitor drivers to no avail. Have also just uninstalled and reinstalled said GPU, also no effect. Please advise. Over.
I cannot see what - you wanting to connect a TV to your PC - has do do with a malfuntioning partition...
Ok, perhaps I'm not being clear. I have two copies of windows on the PC, one on each hard-drive, both Win 7 64-bit (Reasons for this are irrelevant at this time), the TV is detected on one, but not the other. I would just use the one where it is detected, where it not for the fact that the hard-drive that windows is installed to is dying. I'm just mentioning that because as far as I can tell it rules out a hardware issue (At least in GPU terms)
Now look, can you help or are you just going to keep getting confused at me?