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YWei
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How to set Intel Display Audio default volume to 0% for all HDMI device

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Hello,

I have an issue about bay-tril Intel graphic driver with Intel Display Audio on Windows 10 system.

I want to set the default volume to 0% for all HDMI device, but the default volume with Intel Display Audio is 100%.

When I plug-in a HDMI monitor on my device, the default audio volume is 100%.

Then I set the volume to 0%.

If I plug-in another HDMI monitor, the audio volume still become to 100%.

I had tried to find registry key, Intel HD Graphic settings and settings of DisplayAudio inf file, but I did not find any way to set the default volume for Intel Display Audio.

Does there any method can set Intel Display Audio default volume to 0%?

Below is my Intel Graphics Driver Information

Driver Version: 15.33.45.64.4653

Intel(R) Graphics Driver: 10.18.10.4653

Intel(R) Display Audio Driver: 6.16.0.3154

Regards

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idata
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Hello ywei17,

 

 

I understand that you would like to keep the audio by default at 0% among the different HDMI devices.

 

 

Regarding this, I have done some research but to no avail as I have not been able to find an option like this from our side, nevertheless, I would recommend you to contact microsoft as well and see if they have an option within the operating system to keep the default volume setting at 0%.

 

 

 

Regards,

 

David V

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idata
Community Manager
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Hello ywei17,

 

 

I understand that you would like to keep the audio by default at 0% among the different HDMI devices.

 

 

Regarding this, I have done some research but to no avail as I have not been able to find an option like this from our side, nevertheless, I would recommend you to contact microsoft as well and see if they have an option within the operating system to keep the default volume setting at 0%.

 

 

 

Regards,

 

David V

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YWei
Beginner
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Hi David V,

Thanks for your help.

I will try to ask microsoft for help.

Regards.

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