Hi Ubuntu forums, this is actually my first post.
So I'm typically a Windows user and have been for some time now, but I am looking for something a little different. Everything is going fine with this new installation and I've updated everything to the most current without a problem, except for one thing- my Nvidia drivers.
Installing the Nvidia drivers had no problem at all and everything is working the way it should, but there is no way to disable HDMI audio.
Basically what happens when HDMI audio is enabled and turned on, my screen becomes VERY distorted and the text is almost undreadable, however this only happens when i'm on certain resolutions such as 1650x1080. When I use 1980x1020 (or whatever it is), the screen is fuzzy but it's not nearly as awful as it is when i turn it to a resolution the TV isn't used to??
I fixed this problem completely in windows 7 by disabling the HDMI audio in the control panel and everything turned back to perfect crystal clear on 1680x1050, but it seems that there is no option to do that in this xserver nvidia control panel provided with ubuntu. Help! This is annoying!