The TV Model is a SONY Bravia KDL-32s3000 32" LCD 1080i/720p HD Ready TV. It's a pretty old model as far as Bravias go and I don't even think you can buy them any more save for places like amazon, ebay etc. The DVI cable plug ends are DVI-D and the connector ports on both the graphics card and the female DVI to HD adaptor are both DVI-I connectors. Well the reason I have no display when plugging the cable into AV5 or AV7 (the other 2 hdmi inputs on the Bravia) is because, I believe, these input slots have died. None of my hdmi devices work with those slots anymore. I went on holiday to the states in Jan with them working fine and when I came back in early Feb they were buggy and I saw lines on the screen and the display would cut out consistently every 5-10 minutes or so. Then they eventually just stopped giving out a signal. Neither to my PC, Sky+ HD box or my PS3. So unless by some miracle there's a fix I HAVEN'T tried? I'd say they're dead. I'm convinced that AV4 doesn't have any issue though and my failure to connect a hdmi lead directly from graphics card to AV4 is NOT because the AV4 input is defective, as like I said before, everything else picks it up fine. THANKYOU again for sticking with me on this. You are a saint. Honestly.