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Old 12-10-2011, 07:34 PM   #1
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Ok,
Just installed a new power supply and graphics card....
I connected the DVI to my monitor and also an HDMI to my HDTV.

I am getting no sound to my computer speakers but only to the tv.
Is there an option to enable sound for both?
My new card is a Radeon HD 6570.

Or am I stuck only connecting the HDMI when I want to use the TV?

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No. Windows only allows a single chipset/source for the default audio selection. In the audio properties, simply choose whichever you want to use.

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No. Windows only allows a single chipset/source for the default audio selection. In the audio properties, simply choose whichever you want to use.
Thanks...
At least I know how to change it now...
much appreciated!
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