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February 22, 2012 7:46:37 PM

Hello, my problem is that when I connect my HDMI cable to my graphics card(Radeon HD3650), the picture shows up just right, but the problem is the audio.
I have tried all kinds of different drivers, different OS's etc.
In device manager there's a yellow box on the High-defenition audio, tried downloading drivers through that, still no help.

Now reading on the internet, could the problem be my motherboard? I read that older motherboards don't support the HDMI-audio since the pci-bus can't deal with 2 actions, showing the picture and playing the audio.
Motherboard: Asus P5GDC Deluxe.

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a c 82 V Motherboard
February 23, 2012 9:39:10 AM

IMO. Get into the BIOS and disable Onboard Audio altogether.
Then uninstall the device that has the yellow box on it, scan for Hardware Changes in the Device manager itself and let Windows Configure the HDMI Audio device.
Select it later as your primary Audio Device from the Sound Icon In the Taskbar and see if you get the Audio going through.
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March 1, 2012 8:34:50 AM

Sorry for late response.
It did not help.

There's also this text in device manager:
Quote:
This device cannot find enough free resources that it can use(code12)

If you want to use this device, you will need to disable one of the other devices on this system.
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a b V Motherboard
March 1, 2012 2:38:27 PM

Well, for ATI cards, you HAVE to use an official ATI DVI to HDMI connector, or they block the audio stream. That could be your problem.
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March 1, 2012 2:47:08 PM

1 thing wrong with your logic at the moment.
If I was using a wrong connector, it wouldn't say:
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This device cannot find enough free resources that it can use(code12)

And I am using the connector that came with the card.
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a c 82 V Motherboard
March 2, 2012 2:16:29 AM

Are you using XP?
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March 2, 2012 3:22:21 AM

I originally was on xp,now I am on 7, doesen't work on neither.
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a c 82 V Motherboard
March 2, 2012 3:27:53 AM

Could you check which IRQs are shared by the slot in which the AMD card is and any other peripheral on the rig. Use AIDA, or sisoft sandra or the windows systems info to check that.
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March 2, 2012 3:53:22 AM

Are you trying a dvd or blu ray? The 3650 will do compressed 5.1 channel audio, but not trueHD or hd master audio. It should work with a dvd, but not blu ray.

Also, wich software are you using, may need to select the proper audio device, may be trying to play through the sound card only.
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March 2, 2012 9:36:39 AM

alyoshka said:
Could you check which IRQs are shared by the slot in which the AMD card is and any other peripheral on the rig. Use AIDA, or sisoft sandra or the windows systems info to check that.


Both, the graphics card and the hdmi audio which has the exclamation mark are using pci bus 4.


noob2222 said:
Are you trying a dvd or blu ray? The 3650 will do compressed 5.1 channel audio, but not trueHD or hd master audio. It should work with a dvd, but not blu ray.

Also, wich software are you using, may need to select the proper audio device, may be trying to play through the sound card only.


I'm trying files from my hdd.
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March 2, 2012 9:46:07 AM

braien334 said:
Both, the graphics card and the hdmi audio which has the exclamation mark are using pci bus 4.




I'm trying files from my hdd.

what audio track type tho?
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March 2, 2012 3:04:12 PM

I'm not sure.
But what does the file have to do with the exclamation mark in device manager?
My point is that why ask questions like if I am using the correct connector, or what file type etc.
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a c 82 V Motherboard
March 3, 2012 2:29:02 AM

Those 2 questions about the file type and the connector are not relevant since one comes before the Exclamation mark and one comes after. The problem is the conflict that you're getting at the hardware level that's why you're seeing the exclamation mark, in it's properties, you'll see, that device manager will tell you " This device has been switched off"
I know both the devices are on the same PCI Bus since they're both on the same card you've not found out the IRQs that are conflicting.
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a b V Motherboard
March 4, 2012 1:29:27 AM

I have an old dell dimension 4700 with an AMD HD 5750 hooked up through HDMI to one of my TV's. I can only use one audio devise at a time, another-wards if you are using your onboard or sound card your HDMI won't work and vice-versa.

You can only use one at a time. Go into control panel and select HDMI as your default audio device if that doesn't work disable your onboard and/or sound card in devise manager and it should work. :sol: 
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a c 82 V Motherboard
March 4, 2012 2:33:44 AM

Idonno said:
I have an old dell dimension 4700 with an AMD HD 5750 hooked up through HDMI to one of my TV's. I can only use one audio devise at a time, another-wards if you are using your onboard or sound card your HDMI won't work and vice-versa.

You can only use one at a time. Go into control panel and select HDMI as your default audio device if that doesn't work disable your onboard and/or sound card in devise manager and it should work. :sol: 


Read the second post in this thread, it already says what you are saying.


For all the other posts here, people, for god sake stop harping on file types and audio track type, dvd or bluray or 5.1 or just freaking 1 speaker. All that doesn't make a damn difference when the Audio Device itself is in conflict.

Please try to help only if you understand the problem and not take pot shots at solving the problem.

@OP
IRQ & PCI Bus are different.... Check again, I'm asking for the common IRQ which is being used by two or three devices on the rig and shared by that PCI bus device.
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a b V Motherboard
March 4, 2012 3:51:43 AM

alyoshka said:
Read the second post in this thread, it already says what you are saying.

There are certainly similarity's. However my post is still quite a bit different and it is exactly what has worked for me under similar circumstances. Your post is not.

But feel free to post whatever you think might help the OP.

I know I do. :sol: 
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March 6, 2012 7:04:57 AM

alyoshka said:
Read the second post in this thread, it already says what you are saying.


For all the other posts here, people, for god sake stop harping on file types and audio track type, dvd or bluray or 5.1 or just freaking 1 speaker. All that doesn't make a damn difference when the Audio Device itself is in conflict.

Please try to help only if you understand the problem and not take pot shots at solving the problem.

@OP
IRQ & PCI Bus are different.... Check again, I'm asking for the common IRQ which is being used by two or three devices on the rig and shared by that PCI bus device.



Sorry for late response again.

Maybe i'm seeing wrong, but I see no other devices use the same IRQ as the videocard.
It's using "4294967294", none other are using the same
A very weird IRQ.
That's in system information, in Device manager, it's "-2".
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a c 82 V Motherboard
March 7, 2012 2:26:30 AM

And the HD Audio Device? IRQ?
Check in conflicts/sharing it'll show you which two things are actually in conflict.
What are they?
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March 7, 2012 3:51:41 AM

You can see that one of the High Defenition Audio controllers is using same irq as other components, but I think it's the integrated audio.


But that's the only HD audio i see under there.
Integrated audio:

GFXcard audio:
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a c 82 V Motherboard
March 7, 2012 4:12:11 AM

You need to disable the integrated audio like I said in the very first post right at the BIOS level.
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March 7, 2012 4:35:39 AM

I followed your every step few days ago, nothing changed.
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a c 82 V Motherboard
March 7, 2012 4:39:07 AM

If you have disabled the integrated audio or onboard audio, how can it show up in the devices?
It will not be existent there.
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