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  1. I am running a Dell Inspiron 1525 SE laptop, Intel Core 2 Duo, Windows 7 Home, Dell MB 0U990C, Chipset Mobile PM965/GM965/GL960, Onboard Sound enabled: Sigmatel 9205. When I connect the HDMI cable to an HDTV I get video but no audio via the HDMI; I do get audio through the laptop speakers and headphone jacks. Device manager shows two sound drivers enabled and "working properly": Intel High Defintion Audio HDMI ver. dated 6/6/2007 and SigmaTel High Definition Audio CODEC ver. dated 2/15/2008. Both PCMatic and Device Driver report that I have the latest versions
  2. Okay, so I have a very annoying problem, should be an easy fix, but I'm not sure what to do. I've literally tried researching and fixing this for about 12 hours over a three-day span. I have an Afterglow Universal Wireless Gaming Headset. I had Windows 7 on my PC for about two days now. The problem started in Windows 7, I've been thinking about upgrading to Windows 8 for about a week now, so long story short. I installed Windows 8 just to see if I liked it, and in hopes that it would fix the problem with my headset. It didn't. I still have Windows 8 and wiped Windows 7 off my HDD.
  3. You can make the Operating System to "greet" you with a voice message. Here's how: Open Notepad and copy-paste this Dim speaks, speech speaks="your user name here or anything, Welcome to your Computer" Set speech=CreateObject("sapi.spvoice") speech.Speak speaks and the save it as .vbs extension move it to the folder C:Usersyour user name hereAppDataRoamingMicrosoftWindowsStart MenuProgramsStartup source: Akhilesh Sharma, Tweakandtrick.com **example: Charlie, Welcome to your computer
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