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Please try the following driver to see if it helps you anything.
Let me know if this one helps you any better.
Do you have another HDMI cable to try by any chance?
I tried with a different HDMI cable. That didn't help. However, the older driver that you provided was better but it did not solve the problem completely. Using text-to-speech with the latest driver, 90% of the text was not spoken. With this older driver, about 20% of the text was not spoken. This didn't happen prior to the Windows 10 1511 release.
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Try uninstalling the driver and restart your system, then install the driver again and run Windows update to see if your system detects more updates that can help you.
I've got this text-to-speech Windows Forms app written in VB.NET, using .NET Framework 4.6. The voice seems to fail when accessing the RunningState as shown in the code snippet above. If I do not check the running state, everything works well. When I check the running state, there is no voice. This code works well with Intel HD Audio prior to Windows 10 1511 release. Currently it still works well with the Realtek Audio drivers using output from the 3.5mm audio jack from the motherboard. The problem only exists when output via HDMI to a TV through the Intel HD Audio drivers.
Hope this helps.