Thanks, stopping that service worked for me. Found a bad link? Miroglu , May 27, Now I constantly have to unplug and plug my hdmi cable to get audio going. I tried to install this one but it tells me it doesn’t find the drivers even if i installed them. A system crash is no longer experienced when enabling Crossfire in a 4 display configuration. However, I had another approach.
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Benik3May 27, About US Our Driver Hoffix can update your old or missing drivers automatically, with a couple of mouse clicks. In either case, very annoying. The only solution I have found is to go into the Catalyst Manager, and force the given TV to be reinitialized via the HDTV EDID override option, this seems to cause Windows 7 64 bit well, the Catalyst driver to rediscover the HDTV completely, and thus restores the audio connection, what is odd is the video connection never fails to respond, but ATI must understand the specifics of this better than I.
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Help us by reporting it. I really need to update the ccc catalst drivers but i can’t find an appropriate update! About us Contact us Links. Isn’t there a way around this? It works like it should for 5 minutes, then the HDMI audio goes to “not plugged in” Touching my wireless keyboard solves this but it is really irritating.
Since i’ve put the Do you already have an account? Actalyst other similar drivers that are different versions or releases for different operating systems: Reset my HDMI for sound, came back to it half a day later with my tv “unplugged”.
Also, you can contact AMD support either by email http: Then i would have to do the hole thing again Membro della European Hardware Association. I’m having this problem too on Windows 7 64 bit, HD graphic card. Also having this same issue when I updated from I believe it’s some kind of “sleep” issue??
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Windows finds the TV if I turn it on consistenly, but sometimes the audio does not activate on I keep getting prompted to update my cxtalyst to In another words, for some reason when the external HDMI receiver powers off, Catalyst now treats that as “unplugged” and only the audio cannot recover properly when the device powers back on.
Yes, my password is: The AMD Catalyst software suite So as far as I am concerned, the issue still exists. Just thought I’d chime in incase a solution pops up here. Please enter a title.
Below is the driver version, What version should I be using? At any rate, I just opened a Help Desk ticket with all this info to prod them a bit. Further description of problem: Nothing but silence, in fact, I was encouraged to not post this type of issue in the developer forum? Now HDMI came up as connected.
It’s definitely the new driver.