Windows 10 and sound problems - anyone?

Discussion in 'Windows 10' started by Full inu, Nov 14, 2016.

  1. Full inu

    Full inu MDL Addicted

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    Does someone have troubles with sound playback in Windows 10 AU?

    Sound crippling and popping sometimes, and if i change settings for sound device (for example, disable enhancements) - it doesn't change anything. I think Microsoft made unadequate changes in driver itself?
     
  2. gnugeek

    gnugeek MDL Member

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    I am having the problems with latest Nvidia Drivers. I went back to old one Nvidia 372.90 WHQL.
     
  3. Katzenfreund

    Katzenfreund MDL Expert

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    #3 Katzenfreund, Nov 14, 2016
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    Have you always had the problem or has it suddenly appeared, e.g. after an update or program installation?
    Have you updated the driver? Have you tried going back to the previous version?

    Try changing the sound device, eg Realtek, Realtek High Definition, Microsoft Sound Mapping.

    Try troubleshooting:
    Right-click speaker icon in Systray > Troubleshoot sound problems
     
  4. pf100

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  5. Full inu

    Full inu MDL Addicted

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    Checked.
    Not on my device, which is VIA HD Audio with drivers for all version of Windows, starting from XP.

    Whenever i do.
    1) I try to use audio with MS drivers and with manufacturer's, also waiting for updates to fix this. Useless.
    Yes, i'm on W7 right now.
    I doesn't have a wide choises, y'now.
    You forgot about MS Answers forums, dude. Anyway i see your objective to help...
     
  6. pf100

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  7. genenioo

    genenioo MDL Addicted

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    Are you using Avast anti-virus? I've heard of sound problems with that but it was when 10 first came out.
     
  8. lievre

    lievre MDL Senior Member

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    Sound problem have nothing to do with windows!
    You have to check you computer hardware and find the right driver.

    Lievre
     
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  9. Full inu

    Full inu MDL Addicted

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    Your argument is invalid, it's Windows fault.