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    No sound transferring to T.V via HDMI on GL503VM

    As the titles states...I have so far uninstalled and reinstalled my sound drivers as well as manually downloading the update through Asus' website. I've checked device manager and the t.v is acknowledged however the sound isn't. I've tried different HDMI cables and updating my sound drivers and still nothing. Does anyone have any solutions?

    My laptop is the ASUS ROG Strix GL503VM-FY022T

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    Did you set HDMI as default sound?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peneoark View Post
    Did you set HDMI as default sound?
    That's the thing it's not showing up in the playback option in Sound options. I also enabled it to show disabled playback devices as well and the t.v speakers didn't show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tashfinz View Post
    That's the thing it's not showing up in the playback option in Sound options. I also enabled it to show disabled playback devices as well and the t.v speakers didn't show.
    Are you seeing Digital Output as an available sound device? If so, try selecting that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peneoark View Post
    Are you seeing Digital Output as an available sound device? If so, try selecting that.
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    Nope

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    Can you test it on another TV, or possibly test with another HDMI cable? Also, can you check your TV settings and make sure that the audio is set to HDMI? You can also try defaulting the TV settings.

    This is really strange.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peneoark View Post
    Can you test it on another TV, or possibly test with another HDMI cable? Also, can you check your TV settings and make sure that the audio is set to HDMI? You can also try defaulting the TV settings.

    This is really strange.
    Still no change, tried another tv and tried another HDMI

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peneoark View Post
    Can you test it on another TV, or possibly test with another HDMI cable? Also, can you check your TV settings and make sure that the audio is set to HDMI? You can also try defaulting the TV settings.

    This is really strange.
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    I'm at a loss here and nothing more I can test without getting my hands on it. Hopefully you will find a solution. Good luck.

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