HDMI Output Problems in Windows

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If you upgrade/downgrade your system and getting trouble with your HDMI output,

Rollback to the older driver

Open Device Manager and find the driver that is giving you trouble.
Right click it and choose Rollback driver to install the previous version of the driver.

Sometimes, it’s better to use the default driver than the newer version of driver. (sometimes, your system do not support newer of latest driver.) 

To use the default driver you’ll need to uninstall the current one you’re using and the default one will install itself. To uninstall the driver, do this:
  1) Open Device manager and find the buggy driver.
  2) Right click it and choose Uninstall.
  3) Check Delete the driver software for this device and click OK.
  4) Restart your computer.


Sometimes, your driver is getting old and you need to update a newer or latest version.