I can manually change it back to IDT, but it makes no difference, it’s not muted and playing with the volume does nothing. Tue Sep 22, 3: Tue Sep 22, 8: Apr 11, Posts: I know I used ‘powerstrip’ to try some custom resolutions I looked at drivers, but it seems that they’re up to date. I’ve found others asking similar questions but no solutions that have worked for me.
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Text from dell forum: I looked at drivers, but it seems that they’re up to date. I know I used ‘powerstrip’ to try some custom resolutions Fri Sep 25, 6: When I have hooked this computer up to projectors using DVI it has just worked, no problems.
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Remove Advertisements Sponsored Links. I’ll probably just buy a better adapter for the future, just sucks because I rarely stay in hotels ddell flat panel TVs and I won’t bother trying to hunt one down for my last night.
Tue Sep 22, 8: Apr 11, Posts: VGA to projector works, but that is an analog signal, if I’m not mistaken. Jul 1, Posts: Los Angeles, CA Registered: I’m having the same situation, oddly enough.
Using DisplayPort on Dell e6400 with HDMI Adapter = No Sound
Does it show in the audio menu that it mutes the speakers? On the dell link, one person had success with the cable I own. Please clarify things a bit: That I might need a driver update. So nobody has any idea on how to unmute analog audio when using HDMI? AVS Forum articles Contests.
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I am running Windows XP Professional, to specify. Thu Sep 24, 2: Are you running clone mode or extended desktop? Thu Sep 24, 8: I wonder if you’re pointing to the right audio device? Wed Sep 23, Wed Sep 23, 9: Somewhere between Marysville and Tumwater Registered: Just curious if it shows you anyway that it’s doing this.
So just run single monitor output at p. Originally posted by Saint: I have no access to the TV’s settings.
If I plug it in, the TV automatically changes the picture to the digital image, which looks great. Ars Legatus Legionis et Subscriptor.
In the control panel for sound, you can choose a different output device, usually. I don’t think that worked directly. Originally Posted by cb8 I’m having the same situation, oddly enough.