After restart it worked fine. I think I missed it since I was only looking in the Sound, video and game controllers section, this was in System Devices. Be sure to choose only drivers that are compatible with your variant of Windows 10. It is a hassle still but it works for me now. I always have to stop playback, reboot my laptop and then it works.
When I go to the toslink source, I get sound, but only in the subwoofer and two front speakers. I can get my tv to display everything that my computer does; it just does not play any of the sounds from it. I think you just need to do the second step of my post and you should be good to go. You need to assign the hdmi and the optical to a named source in the receiver setup. When I go to control panel, then sounds, then recording like every help video and website I've looked at has said to do the select hdmi option is unavailable. I just found a solution this last Christmas when my family was messing around with it and trying to get it to work.
I made my tv an extension of my monitor thru the graphics controls after I got the tv up I just had to restart my computer with the setting with tv still on and then it finally gave me a sound option for the tv under the sound control panel. It was working fine just yesterday and why now does it no longer register my tv as a speaker?? While the video quality has always been 1080p, the audio has undergone several changes during the years. Solving Driver Issues Although it would be great if computers just worked, they often don't. I even tried a dvi cord and a display port cord, same issue. If you have other ways to get rid of this problem, please tell us about it in the comments. It's a hassle because once you unplug it you have to restart the computer again.
Click the link at the bottom. The display comes across beautifully, but there is no sound. I tried going into control panel and sounds to try to enable sound for devices outside of my computer, but it does not recognize my tv as a connected device. As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged in. Also try reinstalling chipset drivers from your laptop manufacturer as that controls how digital audio output works. It's a hassle because once you unplug it you have to restart the computer again. I have the same computer and the same problem as you.
Simply install the card and the drivers and the audio works. Problem - hdmi wasn't showing up under devices for audio output. Right-click on the speaker icon located in the Windows notification area system tray and choose Playback devices. I tried a different hdmi cord from a gaming console, and it still didn't recognize my tv as an audio device. Using the site is easy and fun.
I've had this laptop for over a year and it hasn't worked at all, despite updating regularly, etc. Im getting sick of this, it never happens with dvd players that the sound decides to stop working of it's own accord! I have an asus laptop and have had the same problem for the past year. Go to your Windows Control Panel and then open sound properties. Any tips would be muuuch appreciated. Driver Easy will then scan your computer and detect any problem drivers. I prefer to use Mozilla firefox as it has adblocks addon. Now when I go to the computer hdmi source, all I get is picture, no sound.
The settings on the receiver seem to all be fine, it's set to output the audio to the 5. How long does it take to find a solution to numerous peoples problem? It is incorporated into the graphics card's driver, so first make sure you have the newest version of your graphics card driver. This has happened to me too many times, and every time it happens seems to be at night when all the support lines are closed so I'm stuck without working sound for the tv all night. The sound stopped working on my tv when I was playing my laptop through it with a hdmi cable. I have gone into playback devices yet no hdmi output is listed even when showing hidden and disabled.
Like I said in my original post, I've already checked for disabled and disconnected devices, and updated all my drivers. To fix the problem, you can try to update the sound driver. Why do we have to mail you to get a solution you should put on a public forum? Check if the cable has problem. Edit Im really good at not reading the last post. The display is there yet the sound only plays through the laptop. I will show you how to change this setting. Only Peakers and Headphones and Independent headphones are the only options available.