Before posting on our computer help forum, you must register. I suggest you to follow the below steps and check if it helps. Always good to try the simple stuff first. Guru Kiran G Replied on March 28, This method is fairly simple and involves using a 3. You must log in or register to reply here.

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No HDMI audio output for TV

It has 2 DVI ports. For the benefit of others that may read this thread what was it that solved your problem?

Still not working 2.

Windows 7 Ultimate bit Monitor: Thanks for marking this as the answer. This site in other languages x. I tried the following things: By clicking “Post Your Answer”, you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of serviceprivacy policy and cookie policyand that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

Thanks for help guys. Might as well get a new card.


On the DVI monitor windows loads and when I’m supposed to put the password the monitor goes blank. My suggestion was not re the video card it was “This issue may be resolved by going to your audio properties of your sound card and altering the properties parameters of your “line out” or “headset” controls. If not, get a card that does. No matter what resolution I input, after clicking Apply it get’s back to “PC: I went to the Nvidia settings and see this: I removed all NVIDIA drivers and reinstalled them, while using custom settings to completely remove all previous settings.

If your card has HDMI on it then yes you can get audio 9500gg dvi to hdmi auvio but if it doesn’t then no sorry you can’t. I do think it’s safe to rule out the drivers as a likely cause. This method is fairly simple and involves using a 3. Please login or register.

Going along with the suspicion of drivers, have you updated them recently? I wouldn’t jump to any conclusions yet.


HDMI – can’t hear the sound

Select ” Control Panel”. Guru Kiran G Replied on March 28, Ok, today I’ve tried the following things: Did you hdim your activation email? It’s not a cable problem. Purpose of that would be to try and determine if maybe the HDMI port is audii. But I did noticed another wired thing: I’m not overclocking it or anything else.

Also, see if you get a signal to the TV without your monitor connected. If that doesn’t work, then your card could be in need of replacement. Exact capabilities vary by video card specifications.

It does this like times, then it works fine. Thread starter Nasu Start date May 8,