Question about Samsung LN40C550 TV
Go to "Sound" from Control Panel, or from right-click on the Desktop and then choose "Personalize" from the menu. Click "Playback" at the 'Sound' app, you should see "Speakers/Headphones" and "HDMI" codecs.
If "HDMI" is there, simply click on it and click "Set Default"
If you don't see "HDMI" right click on "Sound" and click on 'Show Disabled Devices" -- "HDMI" should appear. If "HDMI" is not there, you need to install the HDMI sound driver. HDMI has its own audio driver separate from the audio system of the computer ( Sigmatel, IDT, or Realtek ) . It is incorporated into the graphics card's driver, so first make sure you have the newest version of your graphics card driver. On models with Intel graphics the HDMI audio driver will appear in the Device Manager as "Audio device on high definition audio bus".
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
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