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Need Help Connecting MY Home Theater Processor TO MY Gateway LX 6810


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#1 SR_71

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Posted 08 March 2010 - 03:48 PM

Hi all. This is my first post here and I need help.

How do I get my computer to send video/audio via the rear HDMI and analog audio outputs to my home theater pre/pro (Emotiva MMC-1)?

Emotiva offers no driver downloads.

Geek Squad refused to walk me though this, though they said it will work. They want to send a guy out for $129.00. Of course.

I tried searching for driver software automatically and now the Device Manager is showing "unkown device" and "ADS Instant HDTV PCI" with an "error 10" code for the preamp/processor.

I want to run Pandora and Winamp through my audio gear, as well as use the PC to play CD's and DVD's.

Edited by SR_71, 09 March 2010 - 12:45 PM.


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#2 meuchel

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Posted 05 April 2010 - 02:34 PM

what does your hdmi cable feed from on your pc, the video card or mother board?
HDMI usually carries both audio and video just plug it into the DVD HDMI in port just above you EMOTIVA logo on your HT system and HDMI on PC.
if you are having a problem with audio across the HDMI we will need to know what kind PC, or PC components you have.




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