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Darkal
#1 Jan 16 2020 05:55am
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Hello,

since I have bought this new laptop I have issues with the integrated speakers.
Most of the times the audio is low quality and crackling.
Time by time, when I get really pissed and spend some time adjusting random stuff here and there it gets back to normality but
as soon as windows updates or a new driver is installed the issues comes back again.

It's not a big deal because most of the times I use headphones but I just can't figure out why these speakers won't work properly.

I believe there is a conflict within Realtek drivers and Sound Blaster hardware.
Adjusting the card properties by using Sound Blaster Connect software or changing temporarily fixes the issue.

I've tried to uninstall the drivers several times but they regularly reinstall themselves.

Even nVidia drivers try to install their audio drivers every time I update my GPU.

Laptop model is a Clevo P775TM1

https://i.ibb.co/rF54WVr/bbb.jpg


Thanks in advance for any tip/suggestion!
King Atrhur
#2 Jan 16 2020 08:04am
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Right click the Start button and select Control Panel.
Make your way to System and Security.
Click System.
Click Advanced system settings from the left sidebar.
Select the Hardware tab.
Press the Device Installation Settings button.
Choose No, and then press the Save Changes button.
Darkal
#3 Jan 18 2020 03:53am
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Quote (King Atrhur @ 16 Jan 2020 15:04)
Right click the Start button and select Control Panel.
Make your way to System and Security.
Click System.
Click Advanced system settings from the left sidebar.
Select the Hardware tab.
Press the Device Installation Settings button.
Choose No, and then press the Save Changes button.


Done that. Will I have to manually install drivers from now on? Just to know.
Thanks for the tip, let's see if I can menage to make it work properly...
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