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    Question HDMI output Problem with ROG G752VY on LG27UK850-W 4K PS monitor

    Just bought an LG 27UK850-W 4K IPS Monitor with HDR10 recently but couldn't output the visual to it from my ROG G752VY Gaming Laptop. Mini Display Port and Typer-C Thunder Bolt works fine but the position of both of the ports are kind of blocking my mouse...

    The HDMI cable that LG provided is a high speed HDMI cable, tried with the high speed HDMI cable from PS4 but doesn't work too. I'm wondering whether this is the cause of the output problem that it couldn't support the cable?

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    Make sure your nVidia drivers are up to date and has the HDMI drivers installed/updated. Make sure they are not disabled in Windows sound output devices.
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    Quote Originally Posted by davemon50 View Post
    Make sure your nVidia drivers are up to date and has the HDMI drivers installed/updated. Make sure they are not disabled in Windows sound output devices.
    Tried both but doesn't seem to work still

    Updated my Geforce GTX 980M driver from device manager and I do see the HDMI sound output option from sound devices icon.

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