(6-23-09) tvaudioman wrote: Try closing the software you are using cheat clash of clans for pc and re-opening.
Go to Driver, you could update the driver garageband jam pack remix tools but what I did was a "Roll Back Driver" and it worked like a charm.
Check both of them.Right click on it and point the updater to the hdmi sub-folder in the Intel graphics card folder.The audio still did not work when using WMP.Click 'Playback' at the 'Sound' app, you should see 'Speakers/Headphones' and 'hdmi' codecs.In the Advanced Controls for Volume Control box, there are two boxes at the bottom.Make sure the the realtek hdmi option is selected.First of all I would check the drivers (delete the existing ones and try the ones from nVidia, if that doesnt work, delete them and try the ones from Dell). you need to right-click on the sound icon and select the reading option.Next you need to connect to your hdmi port on your.
YOU must first power OFF TV, power OFF your dell, connect THE hdmi cable, power ON your TV IN hdmi mode and only then power ON your dell and ensure it is powered by mains!
And after reinstall the video driver, turn off the laptop and the TV, then turn on the TV in hdmi, then turn on the laptop and press FnCRT/LCD after that works.
Go to realtek site and download the application called: ATI hdmi Audio Device.
But when Playing a DVD or a ripped.mpg, the video plays but the audio is just extremely loud static.
Later, after you get your hdmi audio working, if you disconnect the cable while the computer is running and lose your audio, try closing and then re-opening whichever program you were using that generates audio.
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