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Windows - HOW TO - Fix Loss of HDMI Audio After Resume from Sleep Using an EDID Override
#16
EDID override doesn't work for me. I have BeeBoox directly connected to LG TV via HDMI, and sometime when I switch on BeeBox and forgot the TV (or simply the Logitech harmony fails to switch on the TV) I got the HDMI audio issue. I finally solved using HDMI PIN 19 TRICK (thank you for reporting that)... Wink

EDIT: I hope I solved also the issue when, sometimes, resuming from sleep I got resolution change from 1920x1080p to 1024x768 also on Kodi.
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#17
Has anyone confirmed if this also resolves any resolution resizing issue. My KODI resizes to a quarter of my 4K projector screen after I turn off my AVR and PJ and restart. I am confident that this is an HDMI handshake/EDID issue and hoping that this will fix it. I should be able to try this out in a couple of hours. *fingers crossed* Am almost about to dump KODI, as this issue is just too annoying.
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#18
(2017-01-09, 07:24)Spoontah Wrote: Has anyone confirmed if this also resolves any resolution resizing issue. My KODI resizes to a quarter of my 4K projector screen after I turn off my AVR and PJ and restart. I am confident that this is an HDMI handshake/EDID issue and hoping that this will fix it. I should be able to try this out in a couple of hours. *fingers crossed* Am almost about to dump KODI, as this issue is just too annoying.

Pretty sure this fixed my resolution issue - big props to the originator
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#19
@Warner306:

Thanks allot for this awesome guide. I performed this and i think it did help my system a bit. I still loose audio and sometimes i also tend to get get stuck at 1080p when i switch from another input/content (ex Nintendo Swithc or sometimes my PS4 Pro) to my media center PC (which is a skull canyon NUC).
I have also just yesterday got a tips to install a beta GPU driver from Intel which might have solved my problems. I think both this inf + new driver in combination did it for me. Still to early to say its fixed 100% but i'm very hopefull, i tested for a day and no issue. Usually it happens within a day or two.

ps. I still have the pin trick if everything fails Smile
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#20
(2017-03-21, 08:59)vampyren Wrote: @Warner306:

Thanks allot for this awesome guide. I performed this and i think it did help my system a bit. I still loose audio and sometimes i also tend to get get stuck at 1080p when i switch from another input/content (ex Nintendo Swithc or sometimes my PS4 Pro) to my media center PC (which is a skull canyon NUC).
I have also just yesterday got a tips to install a beta GPU driver from Intel which might have solved my problems. I think both this inf + new driver in combination did it for me. Still to early to say its fixed 100% but i'm very hopefull, i tested for a day and no issue. Usually it happens within a day or two.

ps. I still have the pin trick if everything fails Smile

Could you please share the link for beta Intel GPU driver?
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#21
Sure:
https://downloadcenter.intel.com/downloa...15-45-?v=t

I actually shared this link in my post at Intel :-) , this being a great source of info for others facing similar issues.
https://communities.intel.com/thread/112388
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#22
Thank you, I'll try to solve the annoying issue on my Asrock BeeBox for HDMI audio loss and resolution changes.
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#23
(2017-03-21, 10:25)Lucas Rey Wrote: Thank you, I'll try to solve the annoying issue on my Asrock BeeBox for HDMI audio loss and resolution changes.

After six days I can say that (cross fingers) seems the audio/resolution issue is finally resolved after install the beta GPU driver provided by vampyren (thank you!!)
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#24
Most welcome, glad i could help. The driver is actually out of beta and there is even a newer version which works as well.
Sadly the resolution issue is still happening for me but the Audio is stable at least. One step forward one step backward sadly.
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#25
Thanks for this great guide, helped solve my issues as when I had a secondary screen on display port now and again it would create a secondary device or just reset the settings of the HDMI connected one altogether.
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#26
hello everyone. firstly sorry about my english. i had 2 connections with my graphic card. hdmi with tv and dvi-hdmi adapter with my monitor. i used it about 6 months. then i installed latest amd driver and my resolution was stucked at 640×768. monitor was named generic non pnp monitor. i solved my resolution and name problem. but still with hdmi connection no sound from monitor. but when i connect with hdmi to lcd tv i can hear sound.i tried this solution but i didnt manage to get sound. how can i solve this problem?
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