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I have my HTPC up and running and using WMC with a HDhomerun to watch TV and record. Im having a issue that when watching recordings and if you fast forward thru the commercials, then hit play again after the commercials, it does not have any audio on resume. Thus far the only way I have found to fix it is to completely close out of WMC and reopen, then resume the show. Can anyone point me in the direction of resolving this?

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Need more info. How (exactly) is everything connected together? Are you using the integrated Intel graphics/audio via hdmi?
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Yes, integrated audio and video connected via hdmi to avr.

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Take a look at this recent posrting. Messages 15 & 17.
How do you properly configure 5.1 / 7.1 audio in Windows?

Perhaps your lack of audio is related to the delay of audio.
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I had seen that thread but it don't not fix my issue, in fact I lost all audio when I unchecked the 2 boxes.

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So even stopping the playback and restarting playback doesn't fix it?
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So even stopping the playback and restarting playback doesn't fix it?
Correct, the only way to get audio back is to restart WMC.

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If you haven't already tried you can try switching to a different HDMI input and back. Or powering off/on the receiver. Those "corrected" audio dropping on various Windows 7 PCs coming out of certain hibernation states. Others nothing helped short of a reboot. I stopped using Windows 7 because of flaky HDMI handshaking issues. Windows 8 has proven to be much better even using the same hardware and drivers (those supporting both versions).
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If you are doing plain vanilla, un-modified WTV, I'd say somewhere along the way you downloaded a funky codec.
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