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Dell U2414H DisplayPort Not Working [SOLVED]

Dell U2414H

Having problems with your new Dell U2414H monitor using DisplayPort? Here are the most common problems & solution for the Dell U2414H monitors.

Dell U2414H Won't Detect DisplayPort Input

One of the main weird feature of the Dell U2414H is that you MUST enable the DisplayPort input in the monitor menu before being able to use it. This is one of the major reason that people have problems with this monitor.

U2414H bezel menu buttons

Using the buttons on the bottom right of the front bezel (image above), go in the "DISPLAY SETTINGS" of the monitor menu and select "DISPLAYPORT 1.2", then "ENABLE". That should enable the monitor for use. If it doesn't, try the other suggestions below.

Dell U2414H enable displayport monitor menu

Since monitors are consistently updated with new firmware and On-Screen-Display (OSD) menu systems, it could look slightly different then this. You may, like in this example below, also have to select "DisplayPort" as the INPUT for that monitor (choose "DISPLAYPORT" in the "INPUT SOURCE" menu):

Dell U2414H OSD menu

Other Possible Dell U2414H Problems & Causes:

Cable connected to the wrong DisplayPort input

Your cable MUST be connected to any of the two DisplayPort IN port (NOT "DisplayPort out"). Many monitors will have both a Mini DisplayPort and a standard DisplayPort input port. You may connect them in any one of those two. Refer to your monitor manual for more details.

Note: The DisplayPort OUT port is meant to DAISY-CHAIN many monitors together, if your video card & motherboard & monitors support it.

Note: If there is only ONE DisplayPort, then it will be a DisplayPort IN.

Dell U2713H DisplayPort connectors

Cheap DisplayPort cables WILL give you trouble

Never use cheap non certified cables or adapters with DisplayPort video cards, motherboards, laptops or monitors. They are known to have tons of issues: ONLY buy certified cables from known manufacturers. Also, you should avoid Ebay: it's filled with bad cables or fake / gray market cables.

Activate the monitor within Windows settings

You must activate the new monitor from within Windows & use the "Extend Mode" on it.

DisplayPort not detecting when waking from sleep

Some people have reported that the monitor doesn't power up when you wake your computer from sleep. In that case, just turn the Dell U2414H OFF and then back ON. It should detect it now. This is probably a firmware issue, check on Dell website if there are any updates available for your monitor.

Are both ends of the DisplayPort cable connected?

Even the pros do this. Make sure to connect one end of the DisplayPort the cable from your video card, motherboard or laptop and the other end to the DisplayPort IN port of your monitor.

Sours: https://multimonitorcomputer.com/solved/dell-u2414h-displayport-not-working.php

Question:Q:HDMI to DisplayPort is not working with Mavericks

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Question:Q:

I have an HDMI to a DisplayPort so that I can hook my MBP to a Dell Monitor.

The monitor is saying it's getting no connection. Unfortunately I do not have another cord to test at the moment. Before I purchase one I wanted to see if it was perhaps a software issue.

I'm not using a mini displayport...I'm using the HDMI out of the MBP to the full-size DisplayPort on the back of the Dell monitor.

MacBook Pro with Retina display, OS X Mavericks (10.9)

Posted on Nov 23, 2013 6:45 AM

Jan 15, 2014 5:49 AM in response to whowantscake In response to whowantscake

I found the answer.

You CANNOT connect your Mac laptop to an external monitor using the HMDI output on the laptop to a DisplayPort input on a monitor.

The reason a HDMI to DisplayPort cable exists are for laptops, like Lenovo's, which have a DisplayPort output for you to connect into a HDMI input on a monitor, doesn't work the other way around.

I can't remember the reason why this doesn't work in the former scenario, but I believe it was something along the lines of that cable signal not being bi-directional, therefore only working in one direction...but don't quote me on that 🙂

I had to get a HDMI to DVI to connect my MBP to my Dell Monitor.

Jan 15, 2014 5:49 AM

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Nov 23, 2013 6:51 AM in response to TheBades In response to TheBades

TheBades, the display port on the MBP is what you determine which cable you need. My MBP has the mini display port. Later models have a thunderbolt connector. The port looks almost the same. I would assume that the dell Monitor has an HDMI port and that is what you are connecting to on the Dell monitor. My guess from your signature line is that you need the thunderbolt to HDMI connector. I'm pretty sure that all the Retina display MBPs have thunderbolt connectors.

Nov 23, 2013 6:51 AM

Nov 23, 2013 7:24 AM in response to Paul Conaway In response to Paul Conaway

Ok you didn't read my description...

Every MBP Retina has an actual HMDI out...

A lot of Dell monitors have a DisplayPort input on the back of them, not a miniDisplayPort, not a Thunderbolt, a DisplayPort. Here is the cable I'm using.

The Dell Monitor I have, does NOT have an HDMI input on it.

Nov 23, 2013 7:24 AM

Jan 14, 2014 3:10 PM in response to TheBades In response to TheBades

I'm experiencing the same issue with my brand new HDMI to Displayport cable.

Running a 13" MBP and trying to connect to a Dell 24" HD display. Got the same message on my display that while connected there is no signal coming from the MBP.

Have you made any progress since initially posting?

Thanks!

Jan 14, 2014 3:10 PM

Jan 14, 2014 3:11 PM in response to whowantscake In response to whowantscake

Ok, PS - I'm using the exact same monitor as you (I clicked your link).

Jan 14, 2014 3:11 PM

Jan 15, 2014 5:49 AM in response to whowantscake In response to whowantscake

I found the answer.

You CANNOT connect your Mac laptop to an external monitor using the HMDI output on the laptop to a DisplayPort input on a monitor.

The reason a HDMI to DisplayPort cable exists are for laptops, like Lenovo's, which have a DisplayPort output for you to connect into a HDMI input on a monitor, doesn't work the other way around.

I can't remember the reason why this doesn't work in the former scenario, but I believe it was something along the lines of that cable signal not being bi-directional, therefore only working in one direction...but don't quote me on that 🙂

I had to get a HDMI to DVI to connect my MBP to my Dell Monitor.

Jan 15, 2014 5:49 AM

Jan 15, 2014 6:01 AM in response to Bades In response to Bades

Thanks, Bades.

Definitely a bummer. I've been running two of the Dell displays DVI to DVI with a miniDisplayPort adapter, but was hoping to free up one of those Thunderbolt ports so I can plug in an ethernet adapter. Was worried that I would get different color representation using two different types of ports, but since it's not even possible... oh well.

I appreciate the info. All the best!

Jan 15, 2014 6:01 AM

Jan 27, 2016 2:28 PM in response to Bades In response to Bades

Thanks for the answer Bades, I've experienced the same thing when trying to connect my Macbook Pro to my Dell U2412M 24" display. I actually purchased two different HDMI to Displayport cables for my Macbook Pro, since I thought the first one was faulty. Of course neither of them will work, which is what brought me to this message thread. At least I can stop wasting money on cables that won't work!

Jan 27, 2016 2:28 PM

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Question:Q:HDMI to DisplayPort is not working with Mavericks

Sours: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/5592904
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DisplayPort-HDMI Issues (Dell P2014H)

Hi Brad,

Thanks for posting!

The cable you purchased from Amazon with a DisplayPort connector on one end and an HDMI connector on the other end is a passive cable that is only designed to work in one direction, to convert from a DisplayPort output to a HDMI input, not the other way around as you are trying to do. Amazon mentions this in the body of the cable product listing, “It can only convert signal from DisplayPort to HDMI. This is not a bi-directional adapter”

Looking at the specifications of your monitor’s here -> http://www.dell.com/ae/business/p/del… it appears they offer DisplayPort, DVI and VGA inputs. Since both units have DVI inputs, an alternative solution would be to purchase an inexpensive HDMI to DVI cable, for an example -> http://amazon.com/dp/B014I8UQJY/

This cable can in fact work in both directions, and will allow you to connect from the dock’s HDMI output to the DVI input of the Dell monitor.

Please let us know if that information helps!

Bob
Plugable Technologies
www.plugable.com/support

Sours: https://support.plugable.com/t/displayport-hdmi-issues-dell-p2014h/10584
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DisplayPort to HDMI M/M Black Device Cable - 6 ft

Tripp® Lites P582-006, Displayport Male to HDMI Male cable, allows you to connect a computer with a DisplayPort connection, to a HDTV with HDMI. Both Digital Video and Audio signals are passed through, with 1080p video resolution supported. Utilize your big screen LCD or Plasma TV to view crisp digital images from your computer. Additionally, fully molded ends ensure long life enjoyment.

Tech Specs


Quick Specs


Cable

Video cable - DisplayPort / HDMI

Connector

DisplayPort - male

Connector (Second End)

HDMI - male

Features

Molded, HDCP compliant

Manufacturer Warranty

3-year warranty

Cable

Video cable - DisplayPort / HDMI

Connector

DisplayPort - male

Connector (Second End)

HDMI - male

Features

Molded, HDCP compliant

Manufacturer Warranty

3-year warranty

See more tech specsSee less

General


Interface Supported

DisplayPort / HDMI

Features

Molded, HDCP compliant

Connectivity


Connector

20 pin DisplayPort - male

Connector (Second End)

19 pin HDMI Type A - male

Manufacturer Warranty


Service & Support

Limited warranty - 3 years

General


Interface Supported

DisplayPort / HDMI

Features

Molded, HDCP compliant

Connectivity


Connector

20 pin DisplayPort - male

Connector (Second End)

19 pin HDMI Type A - male

Manufacturer Warranty


Service & Support

Limited warranty - 3 years
Sours: https://www.dell.com/en-us/shop/displayport-to-hdmi-m-m-black-device-cable-6-ft/apd/a8511077/home-theater

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Dell Adapter - DisplayPort to HDMI 2.0 (4K)

Connect with up to 4K resolution displays

With the Dell Adapter - DisplayPort to HDMI 2.0 (4K) you can connect your PC's DisplayPort to 4K displays with an HDMI input without compromising on picture quality. Enjoy a seamless connection between PCs with DisplayPorts and with multiple versions of HDMI (versions 1.2, 1.4 and 2.0) -compliant monitors, projectors and HDTVs.

Uncompromising view on the big screen with Ultra HD (4K) support

The adapter supports up to Ultra HD (4K) at 60 Hz, so you can experience incredible screen clarity while viewing your favorite 4K videos, playing games or making presentations on a large display.

Highly portable with a compact and lightweight design

Bring the adapter with you wherever your busy day takes you. Its compact and lightweight design makes it easy to carry around. Just throw it in your bag and head off to your next destination.

Get started right away with plug & play

With the added convenience of plug & play, you won't have to waste time trying to get your display set up. Simply connect the adapter from the DisplayPort on your PC to the HDMI input on your monitor, projector or HDTV, and get started right away.

Compatibility

Compatible with Dell Platforms and backward compatible with all older versions of HDMI compliant monitors, projectors and HDTVs

Warranty

1 Year Advanced Exchange Service

What's in the Box

Dell Adapter - DisplayPort to HDMI 2.0 (4K)

Tech Specs


Quick Specs


Cable

Video adapter - DisplayPort / HDMI

Connectors

DisplayPort - male

Connectors (Second End)

HDMI - female

Cable

Video adapter - DisplayPort / HDMI

Connectors

DisplayPort - male

Connectors (Second End)

HDMI - female

See more tech specsSee less

General


Interface Supported

DisplayPort / HDMI

Connectivity


Connectors

20 pin DisplayPort - male

Connectors (Second End)

19 pin HDMI Type A - female

Quick Specs


Input

DisplayPort 1.2 Male (20 pin)

Output

HDMI 2.0 Female (19 pin HDMI Type A)

Throughput supported

6Gbps

Resolution

4096×[email protected] 60Hz/12 bit color

OS Support

Win 7, 8.1 , 10

User Experience

Plug & Play

Compatibility

Compatibility with Dell Platforms, backward compatible with HDMI 1.2 and 1.4

Warranty

1 year of Advanced Exchange Service

Min Dimensions (H x L x W)

9.5 x 200 x 22.5 mm

General


Interface Supported

DisplayPort / HDMI

Connectivity


Connectors

20 pin DisplayPort - male

Connectors (Second End)

19 pin HDMI Type A - female

Quick Specs


Input

DisplayPort 1.2 Male (20 pin)

Output

HDMI 2.0 Female (19 pin HDMI Type A)

Throughput supported

6Gbps

Resolution

4096×[email protected] 60Hz/12 bit color

OS Support

Win 7, 8.1 , 10

User Experience

Plug & Play

Compatibility

Compatibility with Dell Platforms, backward compatible with HDMI 1.2 and 1.4

Warranty

1 year of Advanced Exchange Service

Min Dimensions (H x L x W)

9.5 x 200 x 22.5 mm

Compatibility


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Drivers, Manuals & Support

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