No SIGNAL !connecting my Dell Laptop to Samsung screen

Dear Sir,
i m trying to connect my Dell Latitude Laptop to my newly purchased Samsung Screen Model PS 43 E 450 through HDMI - HDMI cable. The screen cant recgnoize the laptop dispite a lot of attempts to change the setting of the Laptop resolution. My dell Latitude works fine with other Panasonic TV. I even went to the Samsung Store only they managed to connect Samsung Laptop to Samsung TV
Thansk alot in advance

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Clarification Request
A prior discussion

The owner had to go to the video control panel on the PC and "force" the output to 1080p and 60Hz. It was very odd. That is, just setting it to 1080p 60Hz wasn't enough.

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Too little to work with.

Besides all the resolution and more settings I have to test the HDMI port works with my DVD/other things first.


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No SIGNAL !connecting my Dell Laptop to Samsung screen

Hi Bob
The Samsung DVD port already received signal from a Samsung laptop; and i dont have DVD

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Now that's just confusing.

How could you write you have and don't have a DVD in the same sentence?

Good luck in this work but it sounds like the same old issues. Maybe you need to take both items to their service counter next time?

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