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ATI HD *AGP* card with HDMI audio problems? Read this!

Discussion in 'AMD / ATI' started by artbio, Oct 23, 2009.

  1. nick-makken New Member

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    I have: the motherboard Abit NF7 and the video card HIS HD4670 AGP with a HDMI output. OS: Win XP SP3.
    Microsoft UAA Bus Driver for High Definition Audio (VEN_1002&DEV_AA38) correctly works only at IRQ15! Otherwise gives out an error about shortage of resources:
    But on IRQ15 the second IDE controler which in case of switching on in BIOS forces out all devices from IRQ15 on other IRQ settles down.
    Really HDMI Audio Device works only at IRQ15? Whether if yes, that in that case is sense to modify BIOS? Or after modification BIOS of the motherboard HDMI Audio Device will be able to work and at other IRQ?
     
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    I know it's an old thread...
    But still, I haven't found a way to make my asus ah3450 HDMI graphic card to give me some sound (at all) on an old asus a8v-mx mobo. I recently chat live with a tech from asus who suggest me to update my bios to the most recent 0503, which I did. But still, no sound over HDMI connection. I'm not very good at bios programming at all, but I'm a fan of diy so I'd give it a shot, if someone could help me by providing the right way to edit my dsdt table.
    Thanks all, hope someone is still interested in that thread...
    Alex
     
  3. R-T-B

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    BIOSes are propietary firmware blobs. There's no real easy way to modify them. You might find some options in your bioses setup menu at PC boot up however.
     
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    OneMoar There is Always Moar

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    can we not bump threads from 2009 please
    old machine is old old machine is unsupported
     
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    dorsetknob "YOUR RMA REQUEST IS CON-REFUSED"

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    Dorset where else eh? >>> Thats ENGLAND<<<
    while i agree with you about bumping very old threads your view is condescending
    even old tech can and usualy does require support
     
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    So it would have been better to create a new thread with pretty much the same topic? I know I have an old machine, but I can't afford a new one (really), and this is why I choose an (very) affordable graphic card to display hd content. What Artbio came up with is almost my exact needs to resolve my problem, it's just a matter of bios difference that makes me ask a little more help than what has already been given (which is a lot, I acknowledge that).
    Sorry for reviving unwanted threads. I didn't want to bother.
    Thanks anyway
     
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    dorsetknob "YOUR RMA REQUEST IS CON-REFUSED"

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    Dorset where else eh? >>> Thats ENGLAND<<<
    Even if you had created a new thread some members here would still bitch about old hardware
    some members seem to feel old tech is not still worth supporting while others will help all they can
    Some people seem to not realise old tech in new ownership can be new tech to the new owner and is still worthy of advice and help

    don't be disheartened by some of the responses you get not every one is affulent to have the kiss ass new kit
     
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    hiya mate welcome to TPU
    click on your name top right of your screen, fill in your specs i like old kit, plenty of us do.

    Since when is 6 years old,... old....FFS.

    onemoar you talk some guff
     
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    its fine to bump an old thread if it has answers or was your exact issue, but in this case if the thread had no answers there may not be any newer ones.
     
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    I think if you do some digging on google you may find your answer on the hdmi issue with agp and win xp. I read something about some sort of incompatibility on it a few years ago. I can't remember exactly what the issue was but there was no solution for it as to why I never upgraded past the hd2400 pro in my socket A board. Something about Hd cards over the 2xxx series and socket a issue or something like that.
     
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    The first HDMI ports did not support sound at all
     
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    and the early nvidia ones used an SPDIF cable instead of an onboard sound card, too.
     
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