Windows 10: Changing sound from digital to analog after a reset

Discus and support Changing sound from digital to analog after a reset in Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware to solve the problem; I recently had to reset Windows on my HP computer running Windows 10. Since the reset the computer has assigned sound to an HDMI port whereas I have my... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Drivers and Hardware' started by JohnDetcheverry, Feb 11, 2019.

  1. Changing sound from digital to analog after a reset


    I recently had to reset Windows on my HP computer running Windows 10. Since the reset the computer has assigned sound to an HDMI port whereas I have my speakers plugged into the standard 1/8" stereo analog outlet. The troubleshooter always comes back saying that I have no speakers plugged in. How can I change the sound output back to analog?

    :)
     
    JohnDetcheverry, Feb 11, 2019
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  2. cadaveca Win User

    Good surround sound headset

    I know you say you're not that guy, but stepping into the $250+ range really brings a change in build quality that might have you never having to buy another set. Otherwise, getting 6 speakers with decent sound in a headset is hard, and that's what you are asking for, and I have no suggestions, but just a bump up the list. *Stick Out Tongue Changing sound from digital to analog after a reset :p
     
    cadaveca, Feb 11, 2019
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  3. ReMBaM Win User
    Analog Clock in Title Bar... but I want digital

    Changing sound from digital to analog after a reset :)

    Tap and hold the analog clock ... it changes and you can select
    DiGiTAL clock.
    o/~
     
    ReMBaM, Feb 11, 2019
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  4. Changing sound from digital to analog after a reset

    Sound quality question: digital, analog, onboard, discrete cards

    That's how I've always understood it. I can definitely attest to the sound quality being better when I ran it through my 5850's hdmi cord than just through my MB. But I can't compare directly against a soundcard's analog (or digital to see if one digital is better than another). I would say that digital is digital and it shouldn't make a difference how it gets sent because it's quite simply digital.
     
    jasper1605, Feb 11, 2019
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