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For nvidia cards you need a cable from the motherboard sound jumpers to go to the graphics card. james

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hi,
you must mention your OS like : xp . vista. 7,,,,,,,,,,,
but now please go to the following link may be solve your problem . otherwise mention your OS
which i will direct you.
http://drivers.softpedia.com/get/SOUND-CARD/OTHER-SOUNDCARDS/MSI-P6NGM-FIH-Nvidia-HDMI-Audio-Driver-1000023

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On the remote control, press Setup.
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Digital Output
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Go into the HDMI Audio Setup, and select "Off", and press Enter, so it's highlighted in blue.

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Select "All", and then you can go back to the HDMI Audio Setup and set it to On again, and it should now output sound from the HDMI again.

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