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Sony VPCSA4A4E - VPCSA4A4E Mode d'emploi Anglais

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Troubleshooting > Audio/Video n200 N Audio/Video How do I turn off the Windows startup sound? To turn off the Windows startup sound, follow these steps: 1 Click Start and Control Panel. 2 Click Hardware and Sound. 3 Click Manage audio devices under Sound. 4 On the Sounds tab, click to cancel the Play Windows Startup sound check box. 5 Click OK. How do I change the sound output device? If you do not hear sound from the device connected to a port, such as the USB port, HDMI output port, optical output port, or headphones jack, you need to change the device for sound output. 1 Close all open programs. 2 Click Start and Control Panel. 3 Click Hardware and Sound. 4 Click Manage audio devices under Sound. 5 On the Playback tab, select your desired device for sound output and click Set Default.

Troubleshooting > Audio/Video n201 N What should I do if I do not hear the sound from the sound output device connected to the HDMI output port, optical output port, or headphones jack? ❑ ❑ You need to change the sound output device if you want to hear sound from the device connected to a port, such as the HDMI output port, optical output port, or headphones jack. For the detailed procedure, see How do I change the sound output device? (page 200). If you still hear no sound from the sound output device, follow these steps: 1 Follow steps 1 to 4 in How do I change the sound output device? (page 200). 2 On the Playback tab, select the HDMI or S/PDIF icon and click Properties. 3 Click the Advanced tab. 4 Select the sample rate and bit depth (for example, 48000 Hz, 16 bit) which the device supports. 5 Click OK. Why do sound interruptions and/or dropped frames occur when I play high-definition videos, such as those recorded with the AVCHD digital video camcorder? Playing high-definition videos requires substantial hardware resources, such as CPU, GPU, or system memory performance on your computer. During the video playback, some operations and/or functions may become unavailable, and sound interruptions, dropped frames, and playback failure may occur depending on the configuration of your computer.

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