Need help about HDMI sound to tv

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  1. Posts : 56
    Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
    Thread Starter
       #11

    i was been in shop where i buy and they sad me that is something problem with drivers, how to supply s/pdif?? on gpu i have HDMI port, VGA port, and DVI port
    http://setec.mk/Computers-IT/PC-and-...-TC1GD3-L16840 this is my gpu card
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  2. Posts : 8,137
    Windows 10 64 bit
       #12

    I do not find any reference to HDMI audio for this video card.
    Only recommendation is to contact ASUS to see if it has HDMI audio

    Sorry
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  3. Posts : 56
    Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
    Thread Starter
       #13

    i tried with supplying S/PDIF and nothing i don't have sound on my tv the cable is good i tested on laptop
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  4. Posts : 708
    Windows 7 x64
       #14

    First, are you trying to watch a movie (that have sound) on the TV instead of on the monitor.

    To determine if there are no sound, you need to watch the movie on the monitor first, to check on the sound.

    If the movie do have video & sound, then plug in the HDMI cable to the computer, and the other end on the TV HDMI.
    You can plug the HDMI while playing the movie (pause).
    Both the video and sound will pass to the TV.
    So, in default, the sound will auto pass to the TV, no need to select audio option as HDMI.
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  5. Posts : 56
    Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
    Thread Starter
       #15

    I connect my HDMI from PC to TV (tried on Youtube on some video that it have sound, tried everything) and i don't have sound on my TV. The HDMI is perfect i tried on another PC and i have sound on my TV. My question is: I'm using ASUS EN210 Silent GPU did this GPU have HDMI audio output? Maybe the GPU is corrupted, if this GPU have audio HDMI output and like in this case i don't have sound i will send back in shop to send on service because i have 3 year warranty. Answer to my question please :)
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  6. Posts : 708
    Windows 7 x64
       #16

    The problem is the audio from PC to HDMI has failed is the issue.

    Tested 1: HDMI cable is good, as you have connected to another PC that work well.
    Tested 2: Video & sound on the PC using, say VLC player, is good as it work.

    Failed: When connect between the PC and TV thru HDMI for audio had failed.

    On my post:
    Eric3742 said:
    If the movie do have video & sound, then plug in the HDMI cable to the computer, and the other end on the TV HDMI.
    You can plug the HDMI while playing the movie (pause).
    Both the video and sound will pass to the TV.
    So, in default, the sound will auto pass to the TV, no need to select audio option as HDMI.
    The reason:
    To play the Youtube &or movie, using PC video player, ex VLC player;
    This is to ensure to pass both video and audio from the PC to the TV, is good or not.
    My laptop do have HDMI and usually i leave the audio & video playing (pause) and did the connection between the Laptop and TV.

    It seem that the failure is at the PC audio had failed to pass thru the HDMI, hence no audio on TV.

    Let me explained on this.
    Most of the time i watch movies using vlc player.
    When i bought a new set of speaker (desktop type) and did the connection.
    After setup the speakers connect to laptop, when i play a movie, there is NO AUDIO.
    I got frustrated, as it seem to me that the speaker is not working properly.
    After some troubleshooting, i had forgot to reset my audio setting in the vlc player.
    Most Chinese movies that have 2 languages, on the left/right speaker will be Language-1 /Language-2.
    I recalled that i did make a change in the audio setting to have the audio on the 1 speaker.
    Finally, i went thru the audio setting to reset back to stereo.

    Back to your case.
    So, maybe you may have to confirm all the audio setting in the PC is in order.

    Sad to say, you have to visit the Service center to resolve why the audio for the HDMI is not working.
    This is the hardware issue.
    Let them know that watch on PC no issue, but PC audio failed to pass thru HDMI to TV without audio.
    HDMI is good, as it work in other PC.

    That is all i can do.

    Regards
    Eric.
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  7. Posts : 56
    Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit
    Thread Starter
       #17

    maybe the GPU is failing?
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  8. Posts : 708
    Windows 7 x64
       #18

    How is the result.
    Did you bring to the service center for them to check.
    What i am to say is this do happened at any time, and sometime it is fault at the plant.

    I will have to say;
    It is best to visit the Service Center.

    Reason:
    1. I was working as Warranty administrator in the Technical dept.
    Sometimes, the Manufacturer do provide some info if there are common problem due to the production.
    If it is serious, it have to do recall; the purpose it the rectify some issue found during either at production &or customer complain.
    In the end, any Customers who had the problematic model, it will be repaired, even long after warranty period.

    2. At one time, when i bought a second hand camera, bought cheaper, as there was a problem.
    I went to the "Brand" Service center, and they took in for repaired.
    Upon collection, the service staff said it was FREE. And the camera model is many many years old.
    This is due to manufacture defect on that particular model.
    In the end, i got a cheap working camera.

    3. At one time, the mobile handset drop and got a crack on the screen.
    Sent it back to Samsung Service center, and they just took in for the repair. Within the warranty period.
    Upon collection, the service staff said it is FREE, the crack is really bad and it was definitely due to drop.

    As you see, sometime it depend on the brand policy, but at times, the staff do able to make the decision, FREE.
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  9. Posts : 699
    Windows 7 Ultimate x64
       #19

    That card does have an integrated HDMI sound controller.
    Video Adapter Features integrated 7.1 channel HD Audio controller

    NVIDIA GeForce G210 graphics card Specs - CNET

    My guess is your software has a problem.
    You are hooked up on the card's HDMI port right?

    Why not uninstall the card in windows, reboot and reinstall the driver.
    In the sound settings, set it to use HDMI audio.

    That might be found in the Nvidia control panel and maybe in windows sound settings.

    I just did this in Linux Mint and it was really easy.
    I have done it in Windows 7, just not recently.

    Here is howto from Nvidia to you, you got to see an HDMI sound option.
    How do I setup my NVIDIA based graphics card to work with my HDTV?
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