No audio with latest Crimson ReLive via DisplayPort, Using R9 380 with Dell UP3017 Monitor. Tried assignment to 'speakers' versus 'amd hdmi' but still no sound. Windows 10 believes device is valid, attempts to play sound as expected.
Show me your available sound devices in Control Panel>hardware and sound>sound
Uninstall all AMD software and clean your system in safe mode by DDU program and reinstall 16.12.2
It is an issue that all r9 380 users are having. Along with the dx errors. Amd need to fix this
Please submit a report here
Posted a report. This will be my third one posted
I can't use the 16.2.2 driver set, because it completely screws up my HD5450 card. If I use the newest drivers, the HD5450 does offline... disappears. But in spite of this, I have uninstalled (cleanly) restarted (cleanly) and reinstalled the 16.2.2. driver set, just to test.. and still no audio. My speaker setup is below. Note, the HDMI audio to Sharp and Vizio works fine. But Dell (DisplayPort or HDMI connected), no Audio at all. Dell monitor audio is never recognized at the playback device level. As you can see it shows as not even plugged in.
It doesn't work properly because your graphics card HD5450 is not supported
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You need to explain, what cards are you using and which way your displays are connected.
Uninstall all AMD software and clean your system in safe mode by DDU program
And try this driver for both of your cards
Ignoring the HD5450 for the time being... using 16.12.2 drivers... no audio via DisplayPort (or HDMI). And please, stop repeating "Uninstall all AMD software and clean your system in safe mode by DDU program" I have done that at least 5 or 6 times at this point. Also, I get significant flickering via DisplayPort (not with HDMI), and monitor randomly turns on/off only when display port used. This is also a known issue per the various forum entries I have read, and yes this is with the 16.12.2 drivers, although some state latest drivers should have fixed this issue, it is not so in my case. Does not matter what combination of drivers I use, new or old, no audio ever to Dell monitor, and flickering when using the DisplayPort.
I know the HD5450 is not supported by the 16.12.2 drivers, but the fact that I can't run and HD5450 driver on the HD5450 and 16.12.2 driver on R9 380 separately is frankly dumb, but ATI driver installed wants to own ALL ATI cards. The Dell UP3017 is rock solid on the HD5450 via HDMI as well, just can't get 2560x1600 with it. That is why I purchased the R9 380 in the first place. But here is what does seem to work. For R9 380 not using 16.12.2 drivers, can still using HD5450 card in the same system:
1) R9 380 Using DisplayPort (or HDMI) to Dell UP3017 monitor using the legacy driver 11/04/2015 - 15.201.1151.1008 No Audio
2) R9 380 Using HDMI to Sharp TV using HD5450 legacy driver 11/04/2015 - 15.201.1151.1008 Has Audio
3) HD5450 HDMI to Vizio TV using HD5450 legacy driver 11/04/2015 - 15.201.1151.1008 Has Audio
Last, why do the 16.12.2 drivers identify R9 380 card as R9 200 series, where the legacy drivers identify the card correctly?
One more idea to try, is a better qualify DisplayPort cable, which is on order, since I have also read a number of forum entries where DisplayPort cable qualify is at issue, but if the high qualify DisplayPort cable does not resolve the audio issue and the flickering power-on/off issue, I am going to RMA the card to the vendor for full refund... ATI, or should I say AMD... after using ATI cards for over a decade... your qualify and consistency is way off from the past it appears, after reason this forum.
What resolutions and refresh rates are you using for Dell UP3017+Sharp TV+R9 380?
What specific model of R9 380 do you have?
In any case your combination of Legacy and modern video card will not allow you to use drivers newer than 15.11.1
And i wouldn't expect perfect behavior of such configuration
Vizio TV is 1080p (1920x1080) HDMI @60
R9 380 PowerColor 4G RAM, HDMI or DisplayPort @60
Right, I understand as long as I use the HD5450, I can't use the newer drivers. With the latest beta legacy drivers, I still get some minor flickering. I have not turned on power saving as yet, but will if I can get the flickering eliminated. Remember, I am still pending better/high qualify DP cable. Even with only the R9 380... without the HD5450, I still have no audio (DP or HDMI) and still have the flickering. With HDMI, zero flickering, this suggests DP cable might be part of the issue for the flickering.
If I could get this scenario stable, and get audio, I would likely just run 2 R9 380s, but right now I have no confidence in the single R9 380.
You said that Sharp TV (Not Vizio TV) is connected to R9 380? R9 380 PowerColor 4G RAM-it is not specific model.I need a link or FULL name(as on box of video card)
Can you just answer my question?
For now i suggest you to lower refresh rate of Dell UP3017 to 30Hz and check sound and flickering (restart of monitor may be needed )
Current configuration, when the HD5450 is installed, it is connected to
a 32in LED Vizio TV. The 70in LED Sharp TV connected to R9 380 via HDMI.
I disabled and tested the configuration, with HD5450 enabled or disabled
same result, random flickering on R9 380. As for the R9 380, I did
provide the full name of the device, from the box, it is a PowerColor R9
380 4G device, but this link is same device/model
Testing the R9 380 at 1920x1080@30 Hz, created more flicking and a lot
of jittering of display screen. Seemed to make things worse not better.
Assuming this is a desktop computer, the standard procedure is to disable the IGP in the bios.
Yup. Desktop, IGP disable.
"Testing the R9 380 at 1920x1080@30 Hz"- and still no sound? I suggest you to wait new DP cable and then we will continue our investigation
Right, should have it in a few days, like the Jan 3rd.
Got the 1 meter cable today, been testing for the last hour or so, so
far no flickering, power down of monitor via Windows 10 monitor sleep
and wake up appears consistent. Still waiting on the 2 meter cable and
will test with it as well. So I guess the status is... so far so good,
and a quality DisplayPort cable (and not using Micro DP port?) has been
a significant improvement. The diameter of the high quality cable is
easily double of the cable that came with the monitor. Still running
the older drivers, since I have the HD5450 adapter installed as well.
And what about audio?
Oh, solved that one as well. Turns out the speakers were incompatible
with the sound output from monitor. Documentation said otherwise. Geez.
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