Thu Sep 24, 8: That this dongle “just works. Please clarify things a bit: VGA to projector works, but that is an analog signal, if I’m not mistaken. Wed Sep 23,
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I’ve looked all over trying to find solutions.
I can manually change it back to IDT, but it makes no difference, it’s not muted and playing with the volume does nothing. It worked without prodding that time.
Dell Latitude E6400 – Displayport and Windows7 = Not Working?
AVS Forum articles Contests. I would have guessed it was doing this as it was trying to pass sound via HDMI, however, I was under the impression DisplayPort does not pass sound.
Nov 14, Posts: Fri Sep 25, 6: For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome. Thu Sep 24, 1: Thu Sep 24, 8: I am running Windows XP Professional, to specify.
Using DisplayPort on Dell e6400 with HDMI Adapter = No Sound
So nobody has any idea on how to unmute analog audio when using HDMI? I don’t think that worked directly.
Wed Sep 23, 9: When I have hooked this computer up to projectors using DVI it has just worked, no problems. It’s almost as if it turns OFF analog audio entirely.
Just curious if it shows you anyway that it’s doing this. I still feel that I should be able to unmute the analog sound. Fri Sep 25, 1: I’m not sure if it was something that I did or not.
Using DisplayPort on Dell e with HDMI Adapter = No Sound – Ars Technica OpenForum
Tue Sep 22, 8: Somewhere between Marysville and Tumwater Registered: Los Angeles, CA Registered: How does one point to a different audio device? Dispkayport 28, Posts: Are you running clone mode or extended desktop? I have no access to the TV’s settings. Does it show in the audio menu that it mutes the speakers?
BB code is On. Apr 11, Posts: Oct 22, Posts: Tue Sep 22, 3: Dusplayport clarify things a bit: Latitude E with a monoprice displayport to hdmi cord hooked into a lcd television. Have you read this?