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Hi Guys,

Just installed Niresh 10.9. No Audio through HDMI. Graphics Card Nvidia GeForce 210. CPU Dell Vostro 220S BIOS 1.2.0. I have checked the sound in fine if I plug earphones on Audio jack but nothing through HDMI. Please help

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@ Getting Audio Through HDMI May Need DSDT Patch and Also

You may probably need to manually connect a pin from MotherBoard to Graphics Card
First Try With Voodoo HDA If it worked then Go for AppleHDA

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Thanks Niresh... Where do I get the DSDT?

 

Can you please share VoodooHDA and Apple HDA kext please...

 

I have been working on this for 2 weeks and haven't had any luck.

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@ Please see the pic I installed the Voodoo and now it's show 4 HDMI options under Sound settings however no sound through HDMI...

 

Below is link of the picture.

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/59061797/IMG_0721.JPG

 

Thanks

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@ Install The Latest Chameleon BootLoader With The Option EnableHDMIAudio=Yes Checked
Click Here to Download

 

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Hi @ I did installed the Chamelon and selected the EnableHDMI option but still sound through HDMi. It's working fine through Aux cable connected to external speakers. What else could I do to fix this?

Can you remotely jump on my Pc and run the diagnostics pls..

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Hi @,

 

Please see the Chameleon installer log. It says HDMI enabled but still no sound through HDMI.

Chameleon_Installer_Log.txt

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Hi @,

 

Please see the Chameleon installer log. It says HDMI enabled but still no sound through HDMI.

i got the same card as u but the sound working its just not show its working on digital-out HDMI 2 just click on it u ll get sound

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