Are you running clone mode or extended desktop? On the dell link, one person had success with the cable I own. I don’t think that worked directly. Originally posted by polar: I’m using one cord.
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I looked at drivers, but it seems that they’re up to date. Fri Sep 25, 1: Oct 22, Posts: Latitude E with a monoprice displayport to hdmi cord hooked into a lcd television. Tue Sep 22, 8: Wed Sep 23, 9: I tried using headphones and no sound at all comes from either the headphone jack or the speakers. It’s almost as if it turns OFF analog audio entirely.
I know I used ‘powerstrip’ to try some custom resolutions Thu Sep 24, 8: Wed Sep 23, I don’t think that worked directly. AVS Forum articles Contests.
Just curious if it shows you anyway that it’s doing this. VGA to projector works, but that is an analog signal, if I’m not mistaken. On the dell link, one person had success with the cable I own.
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If I plug it in, the TV automatically changes the picture to the digital image, which looks great. I still feel that I should be able to unmute the analog sound. TV dispoayport says no input. Originally posted by Saint: How does one point to a different audio device? Thu Sep 24, 2: BB code is On.
If I double click on the volume control icon, in the very lower left hand corner of the box it says “IDT Audio”. Jul 1, Posts: I will also try on a idsplayport tv, but don’t have another one readily available.
But the digital sound is not coming from the TV Tue Sep 22, 3: I’ve looked all over trying to find solutions.
I’m not sure if it was something that I did or not. I wonder if you’re pointing to the right audio device?
Apr display;ort, Posts: But I’m not sure how they configured things to run a single monitor output at p. Turn the TV off, plug it in, and power it back on? 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.
I’m having the same situation, oddly enough.