Windows 10: Sound not coming from computer speakers when hooked up to TV?
Sound not coming from computer speakers when hooked up to TV?
So after my problems with my Altec Lansing speakers (detailed on another thread) I decided to bite the bullet and just buy new speakers. Except that now there is a problem with that too.
I have a HDMI cable attached to my laptop so that I can use my TV as a second monitor. That's fine and dandy, except that the sound only comes out from my TV, not from my laptop speakers or my new speakers. I've tried to use Windows settings to adjust things but there doesn't seem to be any such option.
On my last computer all I had to do was plug and play, so I'm not sure why this is happening. It's quite a hassle because when the HDMI cable is attached, all my sound comes from the TV.
Which settings did you try ? Control Panel > Sound > Playback tab > Speakers should be set as default.
Ok I'm either doing something completely stupid or my speakers just do not work.
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