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Thread: ASROCK z87 EXTREM6 motherboard HDMI Audio and HD4600 problem




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    Default ASROCK z87 EXTREM6 motherboard HDMI Audio and HD4600 problem

    My problems are:

    - Audio is not working on HDMI. Tried a lot of internet solutions. not helped.
    No audio in BIOS too so i think the problem is compley

    ASROCK z87 EXTREM6 motherboard HDMI Audio and HD4600 problem-clipboard02-jpg

    - 4790k processor's intel hd 4600 give no signal when installed and enabled.
    When i disable it in device manager (blindly) the default driver is working,
    but i need that card, bikas i not have PCI exp card yet.


    What i tied first:
    First tried win7 and install disc.
    Second:
    Windows 8.1, latest drivers and BIOS installed from manufacturer's site.

    Please help me!

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    Default Re: ASROCK z87 EXTREM6 motherboard HDMI Audio and HD4600 problem

    Quote Originally Posted by mogergog View Post
    - 4790k processor's intel hd 4600 give no signal when installed and enabled.
    When i disable it in device manager (blindly) the default driver is working,
    but i need that card, bikas i not have PCI exp card yet.
    I have to ask, as to not cover the obvious would be a mistake.

    I underlined and hilited in red the issue you have that concerns me.

    Is the HDMI cable maybe plugged into the "HDMI-In Port" instead of the "HDMI-Out Port" on the back of the MB?

    Honestly, I can't say either way whether Realtek uses auto-sensing when using the HDMI ports.
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    Default Re: ASROCK z87 EXTREM6 motherboard HDMI Audio and HD4600 problem

    Quote Originally Posted by - wardog - View Post
    I have to ask, as to not cover the obvious would be a mistake.

    I underlined and hilited in red the issue you have that concerns me.

    Is the HDMI cable maybe plugged into the "HDMI-In Port" instead of the "HDMI-Out Port" on the back of the MB?

    Honestly, I can't say either way whether Realtek uses auto-sensing when using the HDMI ports.
    First, thanks for answering.

    Yes, its connected to HDMI - out on the MB.

    After i install HD4600 in windows its gove no signal. When i disable it the Default is working but its not enough. :(

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    Default Re: ASROCK z87 EXTREM6 motherboard HDMI Audio and HD4600 problem

    Finally solved the problem! :)

    First:
    I have installed newest intel Graphics hd4600 driver:
    win64_153626.4294

    Second:
    I have a Samsung 4k tv with 4 HDMI ports.
    Changed the port and everithing is working fine.


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