Hi all! This might be a thoroughly simple question, but as I am unable to formulate it in a simple sentence, Google cannot really help me. Since I will soon be buying a place of my own, I have certain desires which are of a geekier nature. A friend will be renting a room from me, and we both like music a lot. I will be installing a simple computer which will be connected to the TV and audio-equipment. But for basic control of the music or video (play/pause, next, back, mute/unmute, volume) I would like to be able to …

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I just built an HTPC using the Asus AT3IONT-I motherboard which has onboard CPU and GPU. The board is supposed to be HDMI ready, but I am getting no sound through HDMI to my TV. I know the HDMI cable and my TV settings are fine, because I can get sound using my laptop perfectly fine. All drivers are up to date, and I even flashed the BIOS. I have been into the audio settings in control panel and HDMI is set to default. When I run 'test' in audio device applet, the green bar moves up and down, which …

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[ATTACH=LEFT]15910[/ATTACH]Seagate announced their new NAS system, GoFlex Home, today, and it unites the worlds of portable and network storage. Home enables access to the hard drive dock from a wide array of mobile devices, HTPC setups, and networked computers (Windows or OSX). Seagate notes that their propriety software will make setup and use a breeze in each of the aforementioned scenarios. The GoFlex Home system comes in two capacities, 1TB or 2TB, plenty of space to store a wealth of media and provide ample space for backing up your computer. If you have to horde a hefty stash, the system …

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