Windows 10: Dell All-in-One HDMI problem
Our main concern now is whether both sound and video sent via the USB 3 to an HDMI socket on an aged Panasonic TV would simulate HDMI-out on the computer to HDMI-in on the TV. The question, therefore, is whether a USB 3 port can actually "transmit" both video and sound from the same source.
The little gadget mentioned earlier is purported to be able to deal with that once the drivers are installed. We have been advised by the distributor that in many cases, Windows 10 recognises the gadget without the need to install the driver provided. We shall see.
I wonder whether Dell should provide both HDMI-in and HDMI-out on their computers.
Will report back on progress, possibly next week as we are visiting family.
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I see what your saying now that I gave it more thought. I have a couple of laptop docking stations that connect to the laptop via USB. They don't have HDMI but they do have sound jacks for speakers. Basically a USB sound card and a USB video card. I have to go and change the default audio device in Windows for them to work. Hopefully yours does what you want.
My desktop (HP p7-1110) computer has been used for a few years with the monitor plugged into the VGA port.
There's also a DVI-D port back there.
I've recently acquired a larger monitor and wish to send it an HDMI signal which the old monitor...
Hi to everyone!
I have this problem in last few month from a day when i install Win10 pro x64 (1511). I did not have this problem when i had Win7.
When i want to watch on TV Panasonic ST50 i have problem with audio. Somehow Win10 always mess up...
I have 2 regular monitors connected via DVI, and a TV which i connect via HDMI.
In Windows 7 when i connected the TV one monitor automatically shut off and the other one duplicated onto the TV.
Now in Windows 10 my TV wont receive any signals...