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Coover1
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NO audio from computer to television through HDMI

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Pavilion 590-p0xxx
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Control Panel Sound Item shows audio "unplugged". Delete drivers and reinstall does not work. Sound is available through rear and front headphone jacks. 

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@Coover1 

 

Please try

 

   (a) Right click speaker icon,

   (b) Select Open Sound settings,

   (c) Select HDMI sound from Choose sound output device,

   (d) Click Ok/Apply to get out

 

Regards.

BH
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I've done that, but the HDMI Rectangle is greyed out, has the "unpluged" message, and no amount of clicking will open it., 

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