Problem with HDMI

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I built myself a new PC about a month ago. With some minor troubleshooting, it booted fine and I installed everything I wanted. After about 2 weeks, I physically moved my PC to a new location and plugged in the same two monitors (that worked before, mind you) with all the same peripherals. The two monitors I use are a Dell 1907FP and an HP 22cwa. When I booted, VGA (Dell) received the BIOS, Starting Windows, and every output by the PC. When I booted with just the HDMI monitor attached, no signal was sent and I heard the audio of windows booting through my speakers. Swapping HDMI ports didn't help either. After I uninstalled and reinstalled my graphics drivers EIGHT CONSECUTIVE TIMES, on the eighth uninstall / reboot, I got HDMI signal. After reinstall, everything went back to normal. Next day comes around, and what do you know, no signal to HDMI overnight. I reinstall my drivers again, and it works on the fifth try. Next day, reinstalling the drivers did not work at all. After some device manager uninstalling and a reinstall of graphics drivers from Windows (instead of NVIDIA), I got signal. This worked for around 3 days, and then it stopped working. Now, no solution that was worked in the past works now. I am out of ideas. Please help!

Computer Parts List:
CPU: Intel i7 7700K
MoBo: ASRock Extreme 4 Z270
RAM: 2 x 8GB GSKILL Trident Z RGB
GPU: Gigabyte GTX 1050 TI (4GB)
HDD: WD Blue 1 TB
PSU: Corsair CX550M
CPU Cooler: CoolerMaster Pro 140
Primary Monitor: HP 22cwa (HDMI)
Secondary Monitor: Dell 1907FP (VGA)
 
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No, that also does not work. TV does not detect an output. :(
 
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I also tried removing it, booting without it, then reinstalling it into the same PCI slot, to no avail. I also tried the other slot on my motherboard, which also didn't work.
 
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Would that be included in the box the GPU came in if it did come with one at all?
 

James Mason

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no. HDMI cables come with monitors/tvs, or you buy them yourself.
 

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