I have tried it with a “AsusZenbook UX501VW-FY057R” and also with a MacBook Pro with the original Apple USB-C-to-HDMI adapter.Both do not recognize a new connected display. With the original USB-C-to-USB-C adapter it works on both machines.
Both USB-C ports of the HP E14 G4 display are marked with the D and compatible to display port connections. but I have tried it on both sides.
One idea I have in mind is, that the signal of the video and the power supply has to be on the same port to recognize a connection. Is der a product from Club 3D which has a HDMI-to-USB-C (DisplayPort) connection and also provides some external power supply?
Using CAC-1334 to connect PS5 and LG Ultra 5K monitor, but the monitor does not have any picture From Emiaostein
There are two LG UltraFine 5K models. Only the latest (27MD5KL-B) can accept a USB-C DisplayPort Alt Mode signal. The first model (27MD5KL-A) only accepts Thunderbolt input. Even so, the LG has no buttons and might not automatically turn on without a USB signal.
The CAC-1332 includes a USB 2.0 input and is therefore superior to any other HDMI to USB-C solution that does not include USB input.
And I believe Club 3D made that end of life. But if you can find one maybe try that?From Baak