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Audio over high definition audio bus

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Hello people;

This is a first time post, but I am confused as [bleep] and need some guidance;

I built a HTPC today (Zotac GeForce 9300 mini ITX, E5300, XP). I've booted it up all good and proper, however I can't seem to get audio over HDMI.

I've installed realtek fine (as i can hear with headphones/speakers), but the problem appears to lie with the Nvidia drivers. I've repeatedly tried installing and uninstalling these drivers, but have had no luck.

A quick look round in other forums suggested that it was an issue with the nvidia drivers release, so i unstalled it; but the generic Audio On High Definition Audio Bus from MS doesn't really do anything.

Has anyone come across the problem or know of a fix? Alternatively, are there any standard 'audio on high definition audio bus' drivers out there that i could use to get sound out of my tv?

Help would be appreciated!
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Audio on High Definition Audio Bus is typically connected to two things:

1) The soundcard.
2) Any sound device that is added by graphics, such as graphics cards with HDMI output.

You should have everything you need on the driver installation CD that came with the board. It's most likely you've missed a driver somewhere.
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