Monitor Not Detecting HDMI?  [3 Ways to Fix]

When you want to connect your monitor to your CPU, laptop, or as a dual monitor, you can use the HDMI port for the connection.

But, what happens if your monitor is not detecting the HDMI connection? Here this page will explain to you all the possible ways to fix the HDMI connection issues of your monitor.

Here are the two helpful guides for you.

Reinsert the HDMI Cable to Avoid a Loose Connection

Before anything else, why don’t you unplug the HDMI cable from the ports on the CPU and the monitor and reinsert it?

I’m suggesting this because sometimes cable loose connections occur. It is a casual problem in most cases of computer hardware.
Unplug the HDMI cable at both ends and reinsert it to fix the monitor detection issue.

Make Sure the Monitor HDMI Mode is Selected

Today monitors are coming with more connecting features and the device having multiple connecting ports is one of the good features.

So to detect the signals from the HDMI cable, you must select the HDMI path on your monitor. You can select the option ‘auto-select’ if you want.

These options are available in monitor settings but not in Windows settings.

Replace the Faulty HDMI Cable

Is the HDMI cable working properly? If it isn’t, then there is nothing you could do except replace it.

If you are not sure whether the HDMI cable is working properly or not, then you can replace the HDMI cable with another one and check.

After doing this, if your monitor is detectable and getting signals from the CPU, then you can confirm that a faulty HDMI cable causes monitor detection to the computer.