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    HDMI and reverse wire Lilliput

    I have the new HB Liiliput double din 4 wire touchscreen and have the video connected via HDMI and the reverse sensing wire connected. The problem is when the reverse is detected the monitor changes inputs as expected however the loss of handshake on the HDMI connection causes my windows drivers to reset. Would changing to a DVI connection solve this problem? If I do change would it be as simple as putting an DVI to HDMI adapter on the end of the HDMI cable ( I don't want to re run the HDMI cable in the car) any other solutions that you guys can think of would be great as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdmagoo1 View Post
    I have the new HB Liiliput double din 4 wire touchscreen and have the video connected via HDMI and the reverse sensing wire connected. The problem is when the reverse is detected the monitor changes inputs as expected however the loss of handshake on the HDMI connection causes my windows drivers to reset. Would changing to a DVI connection solve this problem? If I do change would it be as simple as putting an DVI to HDMI adapter on the end of the HDMI cable ( I don't want to re run the HDMI cable in the car) any other solutions that you guys can think of would be great as well.

    Many thanks

    James
    i think there is no solution for it - but why is it a problem for You ? i hear the connect - disconnect sound every time when i switch the monitor, but there is no problem, works well after then as before
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    It resets my drivers then I have to restart the computer for everything to work properly

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdmagoo1 View Post
    It resets my drivers then I have to restart the computer for everything to work properly
    strange, is it problemous with integrated intel graphics? good to know, i planned a system with similar configuration...
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    Ok I have fixed the issue by placing a DVI adapter on the end of the HDMI cable which is good no need to re run another cable.

    Of note, I don't know whether I will be able to play blu ray using this configuration because of HDCP issues? Does anyone know if HDCP will be a problem over a DVI to HDMI connection? I am unable to test due to XP not able to play blu ray using the i5 CPU as the graphics card. Now I have to install Win 7 to test.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jdmagoo1 View Post
    Ok I have fixed the issue by placing a DVI adapter on the end of the HDMI cable which is good no need to re run another cable.

    Of note, I don't know whether I will be able to play blu ray using this configuration because of HDCP issues? Does anyone know if HDCP will be a problem over a DVI to HDMI connection? I am unable to test due to XP not able to play blu ray using the i5 CPU as the graphics card. Now I have to install Win 7 to test.
    are You really sure, is the DVI>HDMI adapter solved it? can You please check it again with direct HDMI connection? if its really the adapter, then its very strange, the HDMI and DVI is absolutely same way, the DVI>HDMI adapter is a simple wire to wire passive adapter and the transfer protocol on the cable is the same...

    XP is enough for HDCP based playing! i checked my FA1011 with CyberLink BD & 3D Advisor on my desktop pc with HD4850 and WinXP SP3, and reports it as digital monitor with HDCP
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    Quote Originally Posted by FPeter View Post
    are You really sure, is the DVI>HDMI adapter solved it? can You please check it again with direct HDMI connection? if its really the adapter, then its very strange, the HDMI and DVI is absolutely same way, the DVI>HDMI adapter is a simple wire to wire passive adapter and the transfer protocol on the cable is the same...

    XP is enough for HDCP based playing! i checked my FA1011 with CyberLink BD & 3D Advisor on my desktop pc with HD4850 and WinXP SP3, and reports it as digital monitor with HDCP
    That correct your graphics card will do it, im saying the i5 cpu needs win vista or 7. It wont play blu ray on xp.

    http://www.intel.com/support/graphic...00.htm#whichOS

    The DVI adapter defiantly solved it under XP, Im in the process of installing 7 so will let you know

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