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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Unfortunately the default audio drivers are sometimes restricted. If you disconnect the speakers, and use device manager to uninstall the audio devices, then reboot... it will often sort out the problem. if you still cannot get digital audio to work, you may need to get updated/different drivers. Start with the Acer website, and try a different version. if this still fails, go to RealTek and get a newer universal driver.
If your computer does not have Digital Audio, or if the digital audio will not feed to the HDMI (video) cable, you will need to add an audio patch cable between the Computer and the TV. You can use splitter cables to allow one lead to the TV and another Lead to external computer speakers. You can get a patch cable that uses the mini plug for the computer and the red / white RCA style plugs to connect analog Audio to your TV.
Posted on Feb 11, 2011
Apparently there isn't that many reviews out there yet, for an Acer Aspire 7551-7606
(I found one, and it was SERIOUSLY lacking)
From Acer Support,
Input and Output: HDMI port
I would think that slot next to the Ram Memory is for a Wireless Module. ('Wireless Card')
I believe the Acer T77H167.07 module is used. Used in a LOT of Acer laptops,
Now would it use a Mini-SATA slot, or a Mini-PCI-E slot?
Mini-PCI-Express slot. You wouldn't want a wireless module using a slow SATA slot.
It's probably PCI-Express 2.0 technology that is used.
The best that SATA will move data is, SATA 3 at 6Gigabits per Second, (6Gb/s)
Not Bytes -> Bits.
A Byte is considered to be 8 bits.
8 Characters. Whether they are numbers, letters, or symbols.
A bit is considered to one character ]
PCI-Express 2.0 with a 32-lane connector can transfer data back, and forth at 16GB/s
16 GigaBytes per Second,
8 GB/s one direction (Send), and 8GB/s the other direction. (Receive)
Posted on Oct 20, 2012
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