Samsung® Q310 HDMI® output
Samsung Q310 is a thin and light weight laptop designed stylishly with glossy back lid and sophisticated touch of color design. It is powered by the Intel Core 2 Duo processor running at 2.26 Ghz and a 4 GB memory module to guarantee efficient performance. It has a 320 GB hard disc drive operating at 5400 rpm. Other features include a seven-in-one card reader, comfortable keyboard, and an integrated 1.3 mega pixel webcam. This system is also equipped with high end 13.3 inch glossy active matrix display, Intel GMA X4500 graphics processor with 128 MB memory, security lock slot, system and hard drive password and a six-cell Lithium ion battery. The HDMI output provided in your Samsung Q310 helps you to play uncompressed multimedia data in a compatible HDMI enabled device.
- Role of HDMI output
- Possible issues with HDMI output
- Tips to resolve issues
Role of HDMI output
HDMI means high definition multimedia interface. The HDMI is used to transmit and play uncompressed digital data in a supported HDMI input enabled device. The HDMI supports up to eight channels of compressed or uncompressed data transmission without signal loss. The HDMI output provided with your Samsung Q310 enables you to transmit and play multimedia files on a supported HDMI input enabled device, such as your TV.
Possible issues with HDMI output
Your Samsung Q310 uses advanced HDMI hardware and drivers for HDMI output. Hardware malfunction can create issues in the HDMI output. Hardware malfunction can be port or HDMI device malfunction, or the malfunction of the cable used to transmit the HDMI signals. These can create problems for HDMI output. Driver missing or unsupported driver is another possible issue that creates problem in HDMI output. Unsupported device used to play HDMI signals can also create problems with the HDMI output.
Check the drivers for the HDMI output and also check for any driver file missing, if you have any, it is only a software or driver issue and can be fixed by installing the compatible drivers. Check and replace the HDMI cable if it appears to be damaged. Check for the HDMI port or the hardware if you still have trouble with the HDMI output even after fixing the driver issue or the cable.