Toshiba® Qosmio X500 HDMI® Output
Qosmio® X500 laptop is a product of Toshiba. It comes with Intel Core™ i7 and i5 processors, which provide maximum processing power. The stylish, high-speed ports, HDMI-CEC and LED backlit keyboard are some of its additional features. Its media controller lets you easily stream pictures, videos and music from its media library across your all home entertainment network. Some of the drivers available for your Toshiba Qosmio X500 system with Windows are Bluetooth drivers, monitor drivers, printer drivers, net card drivers, modem drivers and keyboard drivers. These drivers will help you to connect to the external devices for its effective performance. At times you might come across some issues regarding the HDMI output with your system.
- Overcoming synchronizing problem
- TV's external AV input
- Changing the image size
Overcoming synchronizing problem
When you try to give an output to the TV through the HDMI output, you might find it difficult as it cannot be displayed. Test the s-video output, to get the HD Press FN+F4, at the lower right hand side a graphic pops up with a small TV icon will appear. Click on it and adjust the screen resolution to 1280 x 768. The user should also try other resolutions before attempting to send out the monitor signal. Then restart your Toshiba Qosmio X500 system.
TV's external AV input
Check whether the input for AV has been connected as given in TV plug-in. Also ensure whether the cable connected is in working condition. Try changing the AV for HDMI , as it might be changed due to the connection given to your TV. You might also experience a "black out" after the boot logo has appeared instead of the start screen. This is due to the NMT sending a signal which is not compatible with what the TV input can display. To resolve the issue change the mode through your remote by referring to the manual option.
Issues of HDMI output can also be solved by changing the image size, to get the suitable size to your TV. Some high HD cannot be displayed in some TV due to high picture size or it might display high zoom. Scale up your gaming, movies and music on a home theater with full 1080p high-definition video, and amazingly immersive surround sound. The TV modes vary by NMT and depend on hardware such as VGA output etc.