i dont know what are the bad drivers and where they are.....
That is why we remove everything in device manager, once everything is removed, we reboot.
Windows should pick it up as new hardware and reinstall the drivers.
I have been using that trick since Win 98. And XP had the nasty habit of double installing drivers once in a while, which can only be seen in safe mode.
Yes thats what i thought.
Though also about deactivated hardware-accelerator. had to do when windows-mediaplayer screenshots were not possible anymore. later found out i could activate again.
maybe best removing all entries not only in audio but also USB. better removing stick beforehand and setting it back after standard-driver DL?
Its on power-driven PORTS USB 3.0 Highspeed-Hub on usb 2.0 only pc.
That looks like the correct procedure.
Have found driver cmedia 6501 and found out that its USB-audiogerät
When using setup for driver-installation its telling remove device and install driver but refused installation again.
So i deinstalled the device in system and tried to find the inf. none of the 4 options i have are working.
i remember that the same installation worked in perfect HDD but not here. I still hear a crackling in speakers. All i did in the meantime when working again on that bad drive was exchanging speakers. when moving mouse i can hear that in the crackling.
Nvidia driver could lead a role. maybe removing the audio-part?
Situation changed- USB-sound-stick dead
I am on the working PC, where soundstick worked. But its dead now. no light anymore.
so i switched to MOBO-sound by reactivating in Cmos. could then also install CM 6501-driver.
Set the right Nvidia Audio-device but still no audio-files-sound from WMP.
only hear systemsound when entering account.
yes also reinstalled Nvidia driver. audio integrated there.
what can i do more? How about a cmos-reset or reflashing?
new soundsticks coming
some songs hadnt sound at start....
Last edited by europanorama; 03-08-2017 at 04:58 PM.
Reason: SOUND AGAIN!
Background of using Sound-stick was defective MOBO-connector on a second MOBO.
Was unplugin Speaker then to use headphone. later found out that speaker has a headphone-plug....
but that cable was wobbly and new speaker hast no plug for that....
but stick has both.