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Windows 10 October update happened and now there is no detectable audio. I also replaced a motherboard in my computer. I've tried to install drivers but they all error out via time or just say something went wrong. I've tried to reinstall Realtek but no luck, just errors out. Tried to go into "device manager" to update things, but no luck. I downloaded the driver files and tried to select them for "Other Devices"(under other devices i have a Audio Device on HD audio bus) in device manager to update it but yet again, no luck.

 

photos attached are the audio outputs i think, only ones i can trouble shoot are through steam, and there is a photo of the 3 updates that timed out

 

Now what

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Just now, narrdarr said:

what mobo do you have?

gigabyte B85M-D3H rev. 2.1

 

Its on the f15 bois update

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Just now, Froggo56 said:

gigabyte B85M-D3H rev. 2.1

 

Its on the f15 bois update

I believe there was an issue with new Windows update and Intel hardware that caused audio to stop working.

 

But anyways, they show up as audio devices, have you tried selecting the correct one from the volume menu?(The arrow above the slider with the speaker/audio device name)

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1 minute ago, timl132 said:

I believe there was an issue with new Windows update and Intel hardware that caused audio to stop working.

 

But anyways, they show up as audio devices, have you tried selecting the correct one from the volume menu?(The arrow above the slider with the speaker/audio device name)

huh? scrennshot plz

 

if you mean the sound video and game controllers for the audio inputs, they are there but they wont output sound nor do they show up for trouble shooting

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1 minute ago, Froggo56 said:

huh? scrennshot plz

 

if you mean the sound video and game controllers for the audio inputs, they are there but they wont output sound nor do they show up for trouble shooting

fix-Sound-Volume-Too-Low-in-Windows-10-8

You see the "Speakers(Realtek ..... Audio)  ^" in the image? Click that(on your own pc), and try every option there is in that list.

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There is no slider, when i click on it a trouble shoot pops up for "steam Streaming" but under the device manager i have 5 outputs that dont show up. I think the first 2 Audio Devices are what my headset should show up as (A40's plugged in by the lime green and pink plugs from the back of the motherboard)

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2 minutes ago, Froggo56 said:

There is no slider, when i click on it a trouble shoot pops up for "steam Streaming" but under the device manager i have 5 outputs that dont show up. I think the first 2 Audio Devices are what my headset should show up as (A40's plugged in by the lime green and pink plugs from the back of the motherboard)

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That's really weird. Can you test if it works with headphones?(Front and/or back of PC)

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2 minutes ago, timl132 said:

That's really weird. Can you test if it works with headphones?(Front and/or back of PC)

ive tried the front and back ports for headphones yes, both show have no sound and wont let me trouble shoot why. Drivers are as updated as they can get. it just wont give me sound. Ive done restarts, ive made sure the motherboard ports are enabled but nothing

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1 minute ago, Froggo56 said:

ive tried the front and back ports for headphones yes, both show have no sound and wont let me trouble shoot why. Drivers are as updated as they can get. it just wont give me sound. Ive done restarts, ive made sure the motherboard ports are enabled but nothing

Then I really have no idea, sorry.

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Just now, timl132 said:

Then I really have no idea, sorry.

@NarrDarr, wbu got any ideas

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40 minutes ago, Froggo56 said:

I also replaced a motherboard in my computer.

So you did a fresh install of Windows also?

 

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Btw i have other harddrives with windows from early 2018 and that showed the same thing. Could this be bad ports on a motherboard?

 

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Just now, wONKEyeYEs said:

So you did a fresh install of Windows also?

 

naw ive had this windows since the windows 7 to windows 10 free update

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2 minutes ago, Froggo56 said:

naw ive had this windows since the windows 7 to windows 10 free update

If I were to change my MB and leave the original OS on  the drive I would be surprised if I didn't have probs.

Fresh OS install.

Go to MB manufacturer for drivers.

 

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1 minute ago, wONKEyeYEs said:

If I were to change my MB and leave the original OS on  the drive I would be surprised if I didn't have probs.

Fresh OS install.

Go to MB manufacturer for drivers.

 

Why would there be problems? It would just reconfigure the system for the hardware, I've done it multiple times.

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Just now, wONKEyeYEs said:

If I were to change my MB and leave the original OS on  the drive I would be surprised if I didn't have probs.

Fresh OS install.

Go to MB manufacturer for drivers.

 

Don't have a disk and ive tried to use the in setting version to clean up windows but it just gets stuck... Microsoft have a downloader on the website?

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well im going to try a fresh windows install. ill keep you guys posted! Thanks for trying to help though ❤️ means a lot

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So it was windows, after an update its all working again

 

but there was an odd thing that happend, i plugged in my tv and there was HDMI audio, just no 3.5mm

 

 

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