( i game on this machine so i allways have the gfx set to performancesabrex wrote:You may have to right click in the white box below the devices and make sure "show disabled devices" is ticked. (done that)
see if you are missing something by doing that. Other than this the instruction i gave is the basic how too....if its not working it could be
1)your vid driver is out of date 2)your audio is out of date (i also ran this software, but it says all drivers are upto date...even tho my gfx driver is from 2009)
http://uk.ts.fujitsu.com/support/downloads.html run deskupdate to check all your drivers are up to date. (released by Fujitsu)
unlikely to be cable. I think you ruled that out.
If you have audio coming out of your speakers then you are not doing it right. its one or the other(when i select HDMI and set default, no sound from my laptop speakers)
maybe also see http://www.nvidia.com/object/hdmi_audio_xp_vista_win7_1.00.00.59.html(couldnt install this software, it stated " installation failed, program could not find any drivers that is compatable with your hardware")
NVIDIA HybridPower™ technology allows you to unleash graphics performance
when you need it, or instantly switch gears to a lower power mode from the
motherboard GPU for longer battery life and quieter operation.
which means if you have not enabled your nvidia it wont work.its the running man
This key allows you to switch between an external and an internal graphics card.
sabrex wrote:tested my windows 7 Pc through hdmi mini to hdmi on big screen.
All i had to do is display to number 2 screen (my big tv) in display properties. set my big screen as default - play movie
audio comes out Tv not speaker
this section in the manual is important:
Some LCD televisions have only two loudspeaker connections and therefore
cannot reproduce Dolby digital or DTS. In order to reproduce the sound, you
must go into Windows Vista and adjust the sound settings.
Proceed as follows:
► Select Startsymbol – (Settings) – Control Panel – Hardware and Sound – Sound.
► Mark Realtek Digital Output.
► Select Properties – Supported formats.
► Deactivate the settings DTS audio and Dolby digital.I couldnt see this option
► Confirm the settings with OK.
Darren wrote:maybe i should have mentioned that this laptop has been in for reperation of a faulty sound connection, where the sound was going up and down buy it self, and would not recognise my head set..( some of the time ). maybe it needs to return again for reperation ?
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