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I have my LapTop connected to a TV via HDMI. It seems no matter what I must choose between either hearing audio through my LapTop or hearing the audio through my TV. Is it not at all possible having both work at the same time ?
 

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A few weeks later I still need help. I tried using the realtek driver thats out there but my LapTop is not supported. I guess Im screwed is this the only way ? If its the only way I guess this thread can be closed
 

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Your laptop may not even have a Realtek sound controller. What make and model is it?

So no other way for what I wanna do if I cant do this ?
 

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According to Drivers & Software Support | Dynabook there are drivers for Conexant and IDT audio only, so that means your laptop does in fact not have a Realtek sound controller. Install the right driver from that page and see if a stereo mix input device is available. If not, another way would be to use a virtual audio cable and and software that uses that virtual audio cable as its input and both HDMI and speakers as its output.
 
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