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Too many audio drivers

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Go to solution Solved by LukeSavenije,

then you could disable the amd one, but there's not a real reason for it exept it not filling your screen. I have more sound drivers on my pc rn and have never noticed any slowdowns becouse of it

I'm sure having all of these drivers isn't ideal for performance?

 

Can I remove some of them? If so, which one's and how? Thanks in advance :)audiodrivers.jpg.28a274af349862216c98aa0dbf2bf9ef.jpg

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it won't affect that much if even anything. but if you want to, you can disable the drivers. just expect to have to enable things if you need it later. you really shouldn't uninstall any

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5 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

it won't affect that much if even anything. but if you want to, you can disable the drivers. just expect to have to enable things if you need it later. you really shouldn't uninstall any

Thanks. Which one would you suggest I disable?

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are you using any kind of audio via hdmi or displayport (for example build in speakers in your monitor or tv)?

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6 minutes ago, LukeSavenije said:

are you using any kind of audio via hdmi or displayport (for example build in speakers in your monitor or tv)?

Yes, I'm using the built in speakers on my TV via hdmi.

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Just now, LukeSavenije said:

on the nvidia or the amd?

The hdmi is running from my Nvidia card, so I guess Nvidia

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then you could disable the amd one, but there's not a real reason for it exept it not filling your screen. I have more sound drivers on my pc rn and have never noticed any slowdowns becouse of it

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Just now, LukeSavenije said:

then you could disable the amd one, but there's not a real reason for it exept it not filling your screen. I have more sound drivers on my pc rn and have never noticed any slowdowns becouse of it

Okay, I'll probably leave it alone then. Thanks for your help.

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