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Originally Posted by Mr. Mojo View Post
You are using on board sound, it still counts. The problem is that ATI has HDCP built into their cards. This allows high def content to be passed through the HDMI cable, but it requires a driver. Vista has a bad habit of giving this "fake" sound card priority over your real audio device. I've seen it happen many times, and I'm willing to bet that this is your problem.
I tried. It is not even an option to select. It just says.

High definition Audio Service
Quickcam Communicate Deluxe Mic
Realtek High definition Audio

All is working good. but i hear no sound. GO D DAMN IT!! WHY the hell does this stupid crap happen to me???

UGHH!!
    
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