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    Hello, I have my PC connected via HDMI to my receiver and from there via HDMI to my TV. Pass through or as it is called is enabled. When I start the PC, and later turn on the receiver to the PC's Control Panel - sound from stereo. It can also not select 5.1. Turning the receiver does not matter. Turn it only to the receiver and then the PC is automatically detected and displayed 5.1 and also maintained if I turn off the receiver and then turn on again. As I often later the receiver after an hour or need, it is a bit annoying turn on the receiver to reboot the PC to the receiver then back off. Is there a solution to my problem?

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    Sorry I can not help you have, 616 but the hi-fi forum has its own collection thread for 414/515/616 because you can certainly more faster better be helped.

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    I think it is more of a PC problem and then my chances are best here. If you can not help me here is however a good tip. I wait it out a bit do you have this problem or not because the PC is not connected to the receiver with you?

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    I have a similar problem with a Pioneer AV receiver. Where it happens that when I use the PC well before I turn the receiver on Windows have no sound? Pioneer According to derive all these sound problems in Windows. Pioneer have no solution I think you will find if you remember Onyko turnest a similar answer get I have personally been looking for, is a solution to this no. For me Pioneer had but at least right they say in standalone players or players Popcorn Hour experience these problems not. Therefore the probability is very close to that it really is purely a Windows problem.

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    Then you should dispose of your AVR if I had here make sound with HDMI +, AMD was always somehow involved. HDTV 2x, 3x beamer, AVR 2x, 3x TFT mix NVidia + yamaha AVR = perfectly windows can only offer the support and what it detects via HDMI connected devices Report windows, what they can tv eg stereo, 7.1, etc. eg AVR. Pass through to the terminal-bestowed sometimes stereo only if the HDTV or video projector is about EDID not report otherwise.

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    Yeah, exactly this is not because I have guessed just once I dispose my Pioneer VSX-LX55 - I knew it are no good can come from Japan or China.

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    I was hoping that you could somehow be persuaded with macro or blow to the Tower PC to refresh the sound hardware. Because if I am doing later in the receiver is effectively multi channel exists. Windows ignores however, and is being stubborn in stereo but thanks for the many posts.

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    Yeah, hence a problem with Windows. Onkyo you can for as little. It is not getting the information from the computer. You can do it, how Tobi has been suggested above, yes, try even once with an NVidia. For me it brought nothing back then, but okay that was an older.

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