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I had this same issue with the HDMI Audio giving me the blah blah about my DVI-to-HDMI cable... it's NOT a DVI anything... it's HDMI to HDMI.


I'm running Win 7 Home Premium (32-bit) and found that uninstalling the RealTek driver enough times forced a MicroSoft driver to be loaded and that using the ATi CCC Suite 10.6 or above (I'm using 10.10 today) and doing a "custom" installation allows me to assure to CHECK the ATi HDMI Audio driver (and which version) so it gets installed. After that reboot and go in and configure the HDMI Audio Driver to pass DD, DTS and WMA, reboot and you should be going! Whether it's using the ATi HDMI Audio without any RealTek driver, or the later version of CCC (like I said, they fixed some EDID issue along the way) I can't say but it's solid with my Onkyo 803. I do have the SPDIF output (and its M$ driver) configured to pass SPDIF or I can't play Media Player when I don't have the HDMI connection active (e.g. using my VGA monitor) because it bauks about not having an audio device present.
 
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