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No sound from hd graphics card HDMI output, only picture. Card connected to spdif on asus p5 Ld2 se motherboard

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Check your audio settings if its set to hdmi output.

Also if that board has a spdif out behind near the usb ports, See if its glowing or on....if not then you have a bad motherboard. Had the same problem before with another asus board

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