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Laptop connected to TV through HDMI Sound turns off every now and then

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  1. LukeEdwards

    LukeEdwards Thread Starter

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    I have connected my HP Laptop with Windows 8 to my TV through an HDMI port. I watch netflix and youtube. A couple times a day the sound will just quit working. I check the audio and it says it is still hooked up to the TV. The only way I can figure out how to get it working again is to restart the computer. This has never happened while audio was playing, just when it is not in use for a little while.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks!

    Luke
     
  2. Triple6

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    HP has tens of thousands of different laptops. Which exact one do you have? The full model number will be on a sticker on the bottom and will be similar to DV9240ca or DV6-2130us.
     
  3. LukeEdwards

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    Thanks for the quick response. It is an Envy Sleekbook 4t-1000.
    Any ideas?

    Thanks,
    Luke
     
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