If the BIOS shows on startup, that points to a driver incompatibility between Windows and the monitor.
You might check to make sure that the resolution you're sending is one that the television can work with. There's a chart in the manual that will list what PC resolutions will work.
I just bought my new Samsung 32" B530 FHD a couple of days ago and i'm having troubles with it since day one;
I am trying to connect the TV to my PC via HDMI cable to an HDMI port on my Readon 4530 along with a LG LCD 19" monitor connected via DVI.
HOWEVER - the TV will not work.
If i'm restarting my PC there is picture on both screens of bios... but as soon as windows boots - the TV loses signal and there is picture only on the 19" monitor.
Graphic card's drivers are updated and Catalyst (graphic card's software) identifies both screens are connected (it even acknowledges one of the screens is a SAMSUNG TV)
Windows vista also recognises both screens... but the TV will not work
what to do?