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High Definition Audio Device - Device Cannot Start (Code 10)

Q: High Definition Audio Device - Device Cannot Start (Code 10)

I am having a problem isolating an indication in the Device Manager with the High Definition Audio Device. I have Intel Graphics with this machine. The OS is W10 Pro. I loaded the audio driver for Windows 7 64 bit, but that did not make any difference. The Device Manager indicates that "This device cannot start (Code 10)" Driver Date 7/9/2015 / Version - 10.0.10240.16384 / Microsoft Driver Details Tab - Value = High Definition Audio Device From the Events Tab - (Information)Device HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_8086&DEV_2804&SUBSYS_80860101&REV_1000\4&36c4990c&0&0301 requires further installation. Any guidance is greatly appreciated.













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A: High Definition Audio Device - Device Cannot Start (Code 10)

Hi @JS2045 The problem HD audio device you are seeing is the Intel HDMI audio device that needs a driver. I looked around for a W10 driver for the hardware ID you posted, and can't find one. You don't need that device unless you want/need audio through the display port. The only suggestion I can offer would be to try the W7 Intel graphics driver from your notebook's support and driver page, but install it this way...so that you just target the problem audio device... Download, but don't run this graphics driver... http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/swd/public/detail?sp4ts.oid=4095873&swItemId=ob_127914_1&swEnvOid=4059 Download and install this free file utility. 64 bit is the second file listed. http://www.7-zip.org/ After you install 7-zip, right click on the graphics driver file you downloaded, and select 7-zip from the list of items. Have 7-Zip Extract to: and let it extract the driver to the folder name (sp64360). Go to the device manager and click on the problem Intel HD audio device needing the driver. Click on the driver tab. Click on Update Driver. Select the Browse my computer for driver software option, and browse to the driver folder 7-Zip created. Make sure the Include Subfolders box is checked, and see if the driver installs that way. Then reboot. If you explore the driver folder 7-zip created, and open the DisplayAudio folder, you will find the setup information file that has the hardware ID you posted as supported by the driver. Whether or not this audio driver will work on W10, that I do not know. But if you want to give that a try, that would be a way to do it without messing with the actual graphics driver.

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My IDT audio works fine and my laptop's sound works fine, but when I hoop up my laptop to my TV through a HDMI cord I get my laptop's video output displayed on my TV but no sound from my laptop is output to my TV. I think the problem is because there is something wrong with my High Definition Audio Device. It has a yellow triangle next to it with a ! in the middle of the yellow triangle in device manager under Sound, video, and game controllers. And when I click properties on the High Definition Audio Device, it says, " This device cannot start. (Code 10) {Operation Failed} The requested operation was unsuccessful". Any help would be great. Windows 10 is CLEAN installed on a NEW HARD DRIVE. I DID NOT upgrade, windows 10 was clean installed from a disk.

A:High Definition Audio Device, Code 10 device cannot start, y...

Hi: Yes, that is the Intel HDMI audio device that is having a problem. See if this works...right click on it, and select uninstall. Check the Uninstall Driver box and restart the PC. Hopefully the HDMI audio driver will reinstall itself properly. If not, I have one other trick up my sleeve.

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After restoring my laptop I now get the following error for "High definition audio device" in device manager: This device cannot start. (Code 10){Operation Failed}The requested operation was unsuccessful.  First thing I tried was updating all drivers which did not change anything. I then tried reinstalling the driver provided on the hp support site as well as uninstalling through device manager and installing again from the hp support site. I have also tried fully restoring my laptop and reinstalling Windows but this has not solved it. I am not sure if this is an issue from the driver provided online or if it is my laptop. I have tried running the "find and fix audio playback problems" tool which just suggests updating/reinstalling the driver... Windows audio is already started in Services. I have checked for the upper/lower filter entry in regedit, which weren't there. Can anyone help advising what else I can troubleshoot or if there is another site I can use to try download this driver? Thanks in advance.

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Hey! First things first, I'm running an Aspire V3-772g laptop. After the recent Windows 10 update, I was having issues getting past the lock screen (took AGES to get to the point where I could input my password) and it had been a while, so I reformatted ('reset my PC' deleting all files) - this actually didn't solve my problem, so I used Rufus with a Windows 10 iso from Microsoft to delete all partitions and REALLY start fresh. Ever since, the laptop is running like a dream--in all but one respect. It seems like no matter WHAT I do, I CANNOT get my HDMI audio / TV to appear as an option in Playback Devices (yes, disabled devices is ticked). Looking in Device Manager, the High Definition Audio Device has an exclamation mark is throwing a code 10 - device unable to start. I've tried uninstalling it, tried installing all drivers from Intel's V3-772g page including chipset, updated my graphics driver / Realtek / Intel HD audio drivers... and yet, nothing. Ran /sfc, ran /chkdsk, nothing. I read something that led me to believe .NET framework might be part of the issue--and I did actually have quite a bit of difficulty getting 3.5 installed / functional, but I finally did...... and still, nothing!! I'm seriously losing my mind. I'm having to run my surround sound through an auxiliary cable into the laptop, which is just sacrilege and a fraction of the quality. If there is ANYTHING, ANYONE can suggest beyond the above, please do!!

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Howdy folks, I recon most of you probably seen this problem before. I browsed around the forums and the internet a bit to see if somebody was successful in solving it. No luck so far.

All people who had this problem I seen online had Realtek Audio Drivers, I have VIA HD Audio Deck. When I go in control panel>device manager I see a faulty Audio Device with Code 10, the device is manufactured by Microsoft, not VIA. I tried uninstalling it but it reinstalls right away and still shows up as faulty with code error 10. I also tried uninstalling all VIA HD Audi drivers but that didn't help either.

Motherboard: Gigabyte Z77MX-D3H
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bit
GPU :EVGA GeForce GTX 670 2GB
CPU: Intel core i5 3550 3.3GHZ
Sound cards: (1) NVIDIA High Definition Audio (2) High Definition Audio Device (3) High Definition Audio Device

I don't get the last two. Only one of them seems to be working and it's also manufactured by Microsoft.

All drivers are up to date.

Thanks in advance for your help.

A:High Definition Audio Device(Code error 10)

Juub

Try this driver

Name Download VIA Audio Driver

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Hi All,

I am using a OEM Motherboard Intel Atom D410. I had since reinstalled XP and all drivers for my other component are properly installed. The problem lies in the sound card. I have this sound card: HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_111D&DEV_76D5&SUBSYS_12972005&REV_1004\4&4421873&0&0001

The vendor is IDT. I found a driver and upon completion of installation it says "Device Cannot Start Code 10".

My netbook now is w/o sound. Because it is a OEM motherboard there is no manufacturer website to DL.

I am on Windows XP SP3. Intel Chipset N10.

The error message when I install the driver: IDT High Definition Audio CODEC. This device cannot start. (Code 10)

I have been spending several hours on this. Please help me!
 

A:IDT High Definition Codec - Device Cannot Start Code 10

What's the brand name and model name and model number of that netbook?

The processor and chipset description doesn't help us in determining which one you have.

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Hi all,

I have been trying to solve this problem for a while now. I have a custom built PC (specs below) and when I try to install the high definition audio device all I get is "This device cannot start (Code 10)" I have uninstalled and reinstalled the driver a number of times without any success I really don't know what else to do. Any ideas??

Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version 1.0.0.2
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Professional, Service Pack 1, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-3570K CPU @ 3.40GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 58 Stepping 9
Processor Count: 4
RAM: 8154 Mb
Graphics Card: AMD Radeon HD 6800 Series, 1024 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 476837 MB, Free - 264589 MB; S: Total - 5504 MB, Free - 2140 MB;
Motherboard: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd., Z77-D3H
Antivirus: AVG AntiVirus Free Edition 2013, Updated and Enabled
 

A:High Definition Audio Device cannot start

Here is the support and driver downloads site for the Gigabyte GA-Z77-D3H motherboard:

http://www.gigabyte.us/products/product-page.aspx?pid=4140#sp

Select the Support & Downloads tab.

Select Driver - Windows 7 64bit

The VIA audio driver is what you need to download and save and then install.

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Hi All, I've been struggling for about a month.  Since I reinstalled Windows 10 Home (1067) (on a new SSD) the 100-15IBY Camera and High Definition Audio Driver has failed with Code 52 unable to verify digital signature. Windows cannot verify the digital signature for the drivers required for this device. A recent hardware or software change might have installed a file that is signed incorrectly or damaged, or that might be malicious software from an unknown source. (Code 52) I've tried everything... permissions on files, bcedit command lines, downloading newer drivers from Realtek, reinstalling windows again with Legacy and then UEFI modes... disabling Secure Boot, reinstalling again with Secure Boot in "Setup - Disabled" mode... The only way to get the audio and camera to operate is to reboot in safe mode and disable the Driver Signature Enforcement - that only works for a single boot.  So I know the drivers are correct and the devices work... it's a trust issue with the drivers. The High Definition Audio one is specifically a Microsoft Driver... why wouldn't that be trusted!? Please anyone?  It must be a common problem - has anyone solved it? Tony 


























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The AUDIO FADE PROBLEM is an issue with this laptop and I am wondering if it is related to the above.
I have upgraded to the latest BIOS and drivers using the Dell Product Support pages.
Every other day I have to reinstall the Realtek Audio Device to get audio from streaming media.
The current Driver Version is 6.0.1.7908 from Realtek Semiconductor Corp. Date 12/08/2016 which is what it defaults to upon reinstall.
I suspect that for whatever reason Dell has not yet come up with a fix. Has it something to do with the fact that although I bought the laptop new, it had been upgraded from Windows 8 to 10? (A fact that I only discovered later)
 

A:Inspiron 13 5368 2-in-1 High Definition Audio Device in Device Manager - no available driver

There are a couple of suggestions about the fading issue in the Recent Issues FAQ, under Inspiron 5368.

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Hi everyone, I would be very grateful for some help please!

My laptop recently installed a BIOS update - I don't know what this was but since it happened I have been having sound problems with my laptop. After the update I had no sound. I read around and found how to get the sound back on - I did this by uninstalling AMD high definition audio device and high definition audio device. I would then restart the laptop and the sound would be working again. But when the laptop would be turned off, on turning back on it would re-install the above 2 things again automatically and the sound would no longer work.

I noticed that when the sound was working realtek high definition audio was listed under sound, video and game controllers in the device manager and when it wasn't working this wasn't there. Every time I uninstalled the AMD high definition audio device and high definition audio device the realtek one would be automatically installed when the laptop was restarted but then taken off on the next restart. I tried disabling the first 2 to see if that made any difference but it didn't. I noticed the drivers could be removed for the AMD high definition audio device so I tried that - that is now fully removed but I still have the problem with sound.

My laptop keeps automatically installing high definition audio device. When this is listed the sound doesn't work and the realtek high definition audio isn't listed. When I uninstall that - on the first restart the realte... Read more

A:realtek high definition audio and high definition audio device problem

First, the AMD High Definition Audio Device is ONLY for HDMI audio. It has nothing to do with the PC audio (speakers and/or headset).

Are you sure it was a BIOS update? Those are normally not automatic. The BIOS is the heart of the PC and controls the hardware configurations.

The basic Windows installed High Definition Audio Coded/Device is a generic audio driver. It can be installed for the PC audio and/or the HDMI audio. As this is a generic, basic function driver, the correct hardware driver needs to be installed.

Without the actual HP model number, I can't research what actually belongs on your PC. Apparently it is RealTek, but as it isn't functioning properly, or conflicting I still need to research the PC's specs.

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Hi I keep getting AMD High Definition Audio Device has a driver problem when running troubleshooting.  When I click the sound symbol it says No Audio Output Device is installed. I have installed RealTek High Definition Audio from this website for my Notebook PC. In the Device Manager Audio Input and Output has disappeared. Pleas help. Thanks.  SOLVED  I have managed to solve it somehow. 

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Where can I find the latest update for my High Definition Audio Device (Microsoft manufacturer)? I tried searching both on Microsoft and Google and couldn't find anything legit. Why is it so hard to find this? The latest version I have is 19/11/2010.
 

A:High Definition Audio Device

Why do you need to update?

Microsoft doesn't make hardware.
 

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Weird issue with AMD High Definition Audio Device and possibly AMD in general.

It's not very important if it's only for the HDMI device since I don't even use it lately but I'd like to see if there is a solution. Basically the latest driver (from catalyst package 13.1) is 8.0.0.8809 but it won't update from 8.0.0.8808 without crashing the system while trying to do it with the main installer. I wonder if there is a fix. I know it's probably possible to force it otherwise, e.g. do it with the GPU disabled or something but I mainly wonder if there is something more basic making it quirky (since I'm not that interested in actually using it but in fixing it properly).

It's probably very related to a more severe issue: Closing the lid often BSODs the system. It's also possible to BSOD the system if the GPU is attempted to be disabled on non-safe mode. This is a more easily googled issue. [Logs for that mainly point to Monitor.sys which is in turn connected to the GPU. Monitor.sys is the generic driver so it can't be just that easily.] [If I'm not mistaken the HDMI crash may also start from Monitor.sys]

The GPU is a PCI\VEN_1002&DEV_68C0&CC_0300
The HDMI HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_1002&DEV_AA01&SUBSYS_00AA0100

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Hi, My laptop in question is a HP Elitebook 8440p Just upgraded to Windows 10 Pro x64, and I've managed to find drivers for all but one device.  Under >> Sound, video and game controllers  - "High Definition Audio Device" It has a Hardware ID of:HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_8086&DEV_2804&SUBSYS_80860101&REV_1000 I've already tried installing:- IDT Audio Drivers- LSI High-Definition Audio (HDA) Modem- Intel Chipset Installation Utility None of the above has gotten rid of the yellow exclamation mark off the device under the device manager view. I had a few other devices where Win 10 didn't install by default, and for those Win 7 drivers seems to work fine, so I'm assuming the same will be true with the one above - I just need to know what to install... Any help would be appreciated.  Thanks.  











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A:Missing "High Definition Audio Device" - Win 10 (or 7/8/8.1?...

Hi: You need to manually install the Intel HDMI audio driver from the W7 Intel HD graphics driver from your notebook's support page. Here's how to do that without messing up your graphics driver... First download and install this free file utility...1st file on the list is for 64 bit. http://www.7-zip.org/ Next, download and save the Intel graphics driver from your notebook's support page.  Do not run it. http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/swd/public/detail?sp4ts.oid=4095873&swItemId=ob_127914_1&swEnvOid=4059#tab1 After you download the above driver file, right click on it and select 7-zip from the list. Have 7-zip Extract to: and let it extract the file into its folder name (sp64360). Once that is done, go to the device manager and click on the HD audio device needing the driver. Click on the driver tab.  Click on Update Driver. Select the Browse my computer for driver software option and browse to the driver folder 7-zip created. Make sure the Include Subfolders box is checked and the driver should install. Then reboot.

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hi everyone,

i cant use skype cause my contacts does not hear me.ive got high definition audio device,high definition audio device 2, line in and cd audio.i selected high definition audio device by default and its not working.i even tried the others to no avail.ive also deactivated bass booster and other audio improvements but still it does not work.plzzzzzz help me :-(

A:high definition audio device not working

chris050189, welcome to the Seven Forums.

"High definition audio device" means that it is running on the generic Windows audio driver, and you need to install the proper driver for your audio device. We can't tell you which you will need as you haven't listed anything to do with your system specs.

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Device won't start Yellow problem indicator on 1 of 2 High definition Audio Devices under Device Manager. Hardware ID = HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_8086&DEV_2804&SUBSYS_80860101&REV_1000 Listed as High Definition Audio Device. THe computer was incorrectly trying to load a microsoft High definition audio driver. The correct driver for this device id is a High Definition Audio Device Bus from Intel which is found in the Displayaudio folder after expanding the archive found at hp web site = http://h20564.www2.hp.com/hpsc/swd/public/detail?sp4ts.oid=4095873&swItemId=ob_127914_1&swEnvOid=405...

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I'm trying to solve a BSOD issue that I'm having. I don't think that this problem is causing the BSOD, but I want to eliminate it anyway and be sure...

I have a stereo system plugged into the rear headphone output, and there is a headphone/mic port on the front panel of the machine, connected to the mobo using High Definition Audio (currently has nothing connected to it). I also have a Logitech G110 keyboard with it's own headphone/mic ports on it (which is in use).

In Device Manager under "Sound, video and game controllers", this is what shows:


AMD High Definition Audio Device - Graphics card HDMI sound output
High Definition Audio Device - ???
USB PnP Sound Device - Keyboard headphone/mic ports
VIA High Definition Audio - Rear output + front panel (VIA driver software has them linked as the same device)

When I check the High Definition Audio Device status, this is what I get:


I've tested every possible audio output I can think of, and I still can't figure out what/where this device is. I've unplugged the front panel HD Audio connection. I tested every port on my graphics card. I removed the graphics card to make sure it wasn't detecting this device on it. I tested the onboard HDMI, as well as the onboard DVI using a DVI -> HDMI cable. I've gotten audio out of every port on this machine that will supply it, still can't figure out where this is.

I can uninstall the device, but every time I scan for new hardware, it is detected (even with ... Read more

A:Phantom High Definition Audio Device

That is probably for the HDMI audio from the i5 processor. The i5 and 17's have built in video and HDMI. I don't know of any way to eliminate that. You can disable it in the Device Manager.

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Hey i have a hp pavilion dv6748us and its xp. i need modem device on high defininton audio bus can any1 help?

Thanks
 

A:Modem device on high definition audio bus

That device is generally just for faxing (if that makes a difference).
It is normally installed as part of the audio driver. (is your sound working?)

Go to the hp website, click support, look up your model number and they'll give you all the driver downloads. Reinstall the audio
 

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Issue: I have no audio when Im online. When watching video/music stored on my external no problems. Ive tried audio driver updates from dell/SigmaTel and ran a driver finder but that made no difference.

Been less than 24 hours since this started and Im clueless. I have a Dell 5100C desktop running XP Pro. Have searched for solutions but nothing has come up that resolves issue.

Thoughts?!

A:Modem device on high definition audio bus

Hello ohcheap1,

You can download the Conexant driver for your modem at the Dell link below under the Communication section for your Dell 5100C.

Drivers & Downloads

Hope this helps,
Shawn

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Hi everyone i have big problem..... so i have an high definition audio bus and i want to uninstall it but i cant when i uninstalled then rebooted my computer windows automaticly installs them again so i cant install other sound drivers bicause that "high definition audio bus" keeps installing it.

I was in the start > change device installation settings > and it dont give any help it still installing that driver again and again my computer is Windows 7 Ultimate 64bit please if somebody can help!

A:Win 7 high definition audio device problem

I had the same problem with my Epson printer. Even changing auto driver settings didn`t help.

Solution: Uninstalled the drivers, then re installed the drivers and software I wanted, then rebooted windows and it didn`t need to install anything else.
Don`t reboot just uninstall, install, THEN reboot, see what happens.

You do have the drivers you want to install ready to go, correct ?

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I have a PNY 570 gtx videocard hooked up with a HDMI to monitor. No matter if I connect it to a audio receiver or to the monitor I only get a maximum of 2 channels and Bit Depths 16-bit.
Sample rates are only shown as 44.1kHz and 48.0kHz and the HDMI jack only shows L and R. It wont let me test a surround sound speaker system. The stats to this video cards sound will allow much higher samples and bits.
All this information was gathered in the Windows 7 sound properties.

I click on advanced in the sound properties and still cannot change to a higher quality that 48000 Hz.

What is wrong and how to I fix it?

A:Low bit rate only available for a high definition audio device.

First, 48Khz isn't going to give you any more. 16 bit/44.1Khz is "CD Quality". 48 Khz is usually only used by recording studios that are developing audio for Video use so it will sync properly. I have a recording studio and only use 24 bit 44.1Khz for the majority of my recording (and mix down to 16 bit 44.1Khz for the final product).

The PNY site doesn't list what the HDMI audio specs are for this card.

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HI there,

I looked at my device manager, I've noticed that under network adapters, other device there is a little yellow ?(question mark) below Modem device on high definition Audio bus ? (question mark)
I search through Toshiba download, I couldn't find anything to download or upgrade?

what to download and from where ?

any help is appreciated

Thanks
 

A:Modem device on high definition audio bus

ToshibaA100 said:





HI there,

I looked at my device manager, I've noticed that under network adapters, other device there is a little yellow ?(question mark) below Modem device on high definition Audio bus ? (question mark)
I search through Toshiba download, I couldn't find anything to download or upgrade?

what to download and from where ?

any help is appreciated

ThanksClick to expand...

You said it's under "Network Adapters"????

I'm guessing you're seeing it listed under "Other"? In any case, the name sounds like it is a High Definition Modem on your Toshiba. Look under the Audio Drivers on the Toshiba website for a modem device and download its driver

If you still need help, give the exact model of your Toshiba computer and tell us what version of Windows you are running
 

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hi guys my audio seams to be having problems
randomly my speakers are saying they not working, im getting sound through my screen but i cant get my surround sound to work.
i have tried a few things but really have no idea what im doing any help would be great
thanks
ive added some photo to help

A:high definition audio device not plugged in

You ask about your speaker system but you don't tell us any information about your speaker system.

What speaker system do you have plugged in?
What ports do you have them plugged into.

We need you to fill out your system specs completely like mine.

This tutorial by Brink should help.

System Info - See Your System Specs

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So my laptop is a little structurally broken and I do not know how to fix it.

Right now I'm experiencing an audio issue where most of the sounds go through the speakers instead of the headset that use and find that there's an internal hardware issue.



I need to know how take care of this problem and I want it now!!!

Headset: Turtle Beach Ear Force X12
Laptop: HP Envy Dv7-7223cl w/ Windows 7

A:AMD High Definition Audio Device not plugged in

The AMD High Definition is for HDMI audio ONLY, has nothing to do with regular PC audio or headset.

What is shown for the Sound in the Device Manager? Barring a Windows corruption the headphone jack may have developed a problem.

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Since I installed Windows 7 , have no sound !
I have the same problem with xp , but I fixed it simply. In device manager I disabled ati audio or something like that and everything was ok .
But now, with windows 7 I can't do that , there is no ati audio ...
I suppose that is something about my graphic ...?
help me

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A:High definition audio device PROBLEM

Well, it says there's no speaker output available... do you have speakers plugged into the light green jack on the back of the PC?

Also, what is the USB Audio device? (or are these your speakers?)

Did you install Win 7 over the top of XP or is it a fresh install of Win7.

With your speakers plugged in you can try deleting -both- HD Audio devices in Device manager and reboot.


Ap

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Hi
I have just booted up my Acer Aspire One 725 laptop to find that the sound icon has a red cross next to it and it claims that 'No speakers or headphones are plugged in'. In the Control Panel it states that the AMD High Definition Audio Device is Not Plugged In.


As far as I know, I've done nothing to cause this.
I have already tried:
Download Realtek High Definition Audio device to the latest version (6.0.7.7841, according to Driver Easy that said Realtek High Defition Audio is unplugged and my current version is not the latest one)

After downloading it I installed it but always fail.

Now that I think about it, are Realtek and AMD different?

If you have any idea how to fix it please tell me (in simple way if you don't mind)
Every method I've tried didn't give a better changes.
I beg on your help.
Thank you.

A:AMD High Definition Audio Device not plugged in

hi could you post a screen shot of device manager with the sound section expanded. have you went to acer support site and download and install the audio driver from their?

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Hi
I have just booted up my Acer Aspire One 725 laptop to find that the sound icon has a red cross next to it and it claims that 'No speakers or headphones are plugged in'. In the Control Panel it states that the AMD High Definition Audio Device is Not Plugged In.


As far as I know, I've done nothing to cause this.
I have already tried:
Download Realtek High Definition Audio device to the latest version (6.0.7.7841, according to Driver Easy that said Realtek High Defition Audio is unplugged and my current version is not the latest one)

After downloading it I installed it but always fail.

Now that I think about it, are Realtek and AMD different?

If you have any idea how to fix it please tell me (in simple way if you don't mind)
Every method I've tried didn't give a better changes.
I beg on your help.
Thank you.

A:AMD High Definition Audio Device not plugged in

hi could you post a screen shot of device manager with the sound section expanded. have you went to acer support site and download and install the audio driver from their?

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How can I get AMD HD audio device (see the Subject) plugged in; do I need to buy a HDMI digital jack?   When I opened the icon of "Sound" on the desktop, I, under the playback tab, saw the said device not plugged in.  Please help!

A:AMD High Definition Audio Device not plugged in

Hi: If your PC had an HDMI out port, that device would be connected via an HDMI cable. However, looking at the specs for your PC, I only see a DVI out port. I do not believe you will get sound from the DVI port by using a DVI to HDMI adapter cable. You'll only get video. I assume your PC speakers are working via the Realtek HD audio, correct?

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Hi everyone.

I bought my mom a refurbished PC and no sound comes out of the speakers. I have made multiple attempts to update the sound driver with no luck. The salesperson over the phone told me I needed to download a new sound driver, but offered no help in identifying which one. I have filled out the system info specs and would appreciate the help in identifying which driver to download.

Please and thank you!

A:High Definition Audio Device - No Sound

If you have the "HD Audio Codec" listed as the sound device/driver that is the generic Windows driver and many systems need vendor specific sound drivers.

Without the actual Lenovo PC model number there is no way we (or you) can try to find the correct driver.

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Sound works on Win XP (multibooted) but not on Win 7 RC1.
I do not know which sound card my computer is using.
I have a Samsung Sens Q35 laptop.
When I click on the sound icon on the tray on the bottom right, the only device that is listed is Digital Audio (S/PDIF)
When I go to the device manager, it says High Definition Audio Device.
It's version 6.1.7100.0

A:No sound (High definition audio device)

I am having the exact same problem.

Works fine in XP, boot into 7 and it detects a high definition audio device and automatically installs. But the only audio device selectable is a Digital audio S/PDIF and I'm sure i don't have the connections/speakers for that.

The mixer is showing sounds coming through but I don't have a digital decoder (not sure if my terminology is correct)

Any solutions/ similar problems ? I've been searching for about a week with no luck.


So far i've tried installing the drivers that came with the mobo, the latest drivers for vista/windows x64 and disabling enabling uninstalling. Even going to the bios and searching for audio options in there (only able to set HD Audio to Auto or Disable)

please help

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I have a yellow question mark in my Device Manager for this Audio Bus.Should i just reinstall my sound card drivers?
 

A:Modem Device on High Definition Audio Bus

Welcome to TSG....

What version of Windows do you have and services pack(s)?

Also Have you jsut either re-installed windows or done a repair-installation?
 

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I just bought a notebook Lenovo G450 and I had drivers not found problem. My OS is Windows XP SP2. In Device Manager, there are four "Audio Device on High Definition Audio Bus" device with exclamation mark. Below is the link to the screenshot of my device manager (pardon me, you have copy-paste the link manually since my post count is still below 5 so I cannot post link/image here):

There is no sound problem since I had successfully installed the sound driver from lenovo (The name is "Conexant High Definition SmartAudio 221" as you can see on the screenshot above) and the sound is working without problem. I also had installed Microsoft UAA Bus Driver before installing the sound driver.

I had tried installing realtek and nvidia high definition audio driver and all required drivers from lenovo (http://consumersupport.lenovo.com/en/DriversDownloads/drivers_list.aspx?CategoryID=370748), but still no avail. The four yellow exclamation marks is still exist.

So I need help to identify what actually are the devices that shown as "Audio Device on High Definition Audio Bus"? And where can I get the driver for that devices?

These are the device IDs:

Code:
HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10DE&DEV_000B&SUBSYS_10DE0101&REV_1001\5&15CAAF27&0&0001
HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10DE&DEV_000B&SUBSYS_10DE0101&REV_1001\5&15CAAF27&0&0101
HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10DE&DEV_000B&SUBSYS_10DE0101&REV_1001\5&15CA... Read more

A:Audio Device on High Definition Audio Bus driver not found on Lenovo G450

I'd advise you should first upgrade to SP3. Then report back if you still have the problem and can proceed from there
 

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Hi, please help.
I accidentally uninstalled audio device on high definition audio bus...now it has a yello exclamation mark and won't update. Under audio it says I have no audio device. I have windows XP, service 3 pack... and I hope this is the number you would need 55274-640-8725436-23218? thanks

A:No sound, accidentally uninstalled audio device on high definition audio bus

What is the make and model# of your computer? Or if a custom build, the make and model# of your motherboard? Go to the Manufacturers Support/Download Drivers site, type in your make and model # and download the Audio Driver for your computer.

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Just reinstalled windows xp. Reinstalled all my drivers, but I'm not sure what this "audio device on high definition audio bus" driver is; that device driver has put that yellow question mark next to. I've looked and looked on Google, it seems some people have fixed with video card drivers, others, motherboard drivers. I'm using a fatality pro soundblaster card.

I've tried to download the audio drivers for the maximus formula, but I believe this goes to the sound card that comes with the mobo, which I am not using. When I try to install, it says that it doesn't match my hardware, and aborts.

I have also disabled on-board sound or the equivalent thereof for this board, in BIOS.

My chipset is X38, and my SB is 82801IR (ICH9R).

Also, if it helps, the device instance id is:
Quote:




HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_1002&DEV_AA01&SUBSYS_00AA0100&REV_1000\7&522A099&0&0001




Oh, and thanks!!!

A:audio device on high definition audio bus -- ASUS Maximus Formula

Are you getting sound through the sound card? Did you install the drivers to the sound card? Try to enable on-board and see if you get sound from the card? After you enable on-board, install drivers for it, then go back and disable it so it might shut up.

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recently uninstalled "Expatshield" ever since my wireless card will not connect to my home network. whenever I boot windows "found new hardware" wizard pops up asking for drivers for "modem device on high definition audio bus" but I have been unable to find these drivers can anyone help please, life has ended without my internet.
I am running "windows xp pro sp3" on an HP pavilion dv9500 (used to be a Vista os but changed it to XP) my IP is Sat2Way modem my home network is a Netgear router.
As a point of interest if I boot into Linux wireless card works fine with no problems
Thanks for any help
Clive

A:[SOLVED] modem device on high definition audio bus

Go to Start/Run and type devmgmt.msc and press enter. In the Device Manager any devices with yellow marks need to have drivers installed. On an internet computer go to the HP Drivers Site download the drivers for your wireless adapter and any other devices with yellow marks. Save them to a USB Flash drive and transfer them over to this computer.

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Hey am Angel and am using an HP note book running with windows 10 but I have the same problem as yours so am asking that if I reset my PC will that make the AMD work again

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Hi

So i have tried to uninstall this damn High definition Audio device. I have 8 of them (because i have SLI i guess). So i have tried follow this guide for example:
PROCEEDURE to PERMANENTLY DISABLE THE NVIDIA HD sound device(BLACK SCREEN & LOGIN FIX)

Didn't work. It started to install again when i go to windows.

A:Can't uninstall High Definition Audio Device (Keeps installing)

Hi.

This may help Turn off Windows 7 Automatic Driver Installation

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I was playing Minecraft when I got off of the computer. The next morning when I get on my Audio Service is broken and won't turn on, AMD stuff is saying its all unplugged, and I am running Windows 8.1 on a HP Pavilion. If you need/have any info please tell me. I would like to avoid paying any money or doing an entire reset if possible.

Thanks,
- Hudson

A:AMD High Definition Audio Device causing issues

Were you using Headphones or speakers directly connected to the computer? What is the model of the computer?

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I have just booted up my HP Pavilion dv6-6b09sa (running on Windows 7) laptop to find that the sound icon has a red cross next to it and it claims that 'No speakers or headphones are plugged in'. In the Control Panel it states that the AMD High Definition Audio Device is Not Plugged In. As far as I know, I've done nothing to cause this.I have already tried:System restore to yesterday at 10pm;Instalation of a TDI driver from the HP website, however I do not know how to edit/disable/delete the old driver. I'm completely clueless about these things. Please help, I'm at a complete loss.











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A:AMD High Definition Audio Device Not Plugged In (HP Pavilion...

Hi, You're welcome  Try the following. Download the IDT Audio installer on the link below and save it to your Downloads folder. http://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp54001-54500/sp54400.exe When done, open windows Control Panel, open Device Manager and open up Sound, Video and Game Controllers.  Right click the IDT device and select Uninstall - you should also get a prompt to remove the current driver, tick the box to allow this and then proceed with the uninstall. When complete, restart the notebook and let Windows fully load.  Open your Downloads folder, right click on the IDT installer and select 'Run as Administrator' to start the installation.  When this has completed, right click the speaker icon in the Taskbar and select Playback Devices.  Left click 'Speakers and Headphones' once to highlight it and then click the Set Default button - check if you now have audio. Regards, DP-K

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Hii all there..
M hving lil bit information abt pc nd require sum help of urs in solving my problem.
Actually i formatted my pc recently. Had windows 7 before bt nw installed windows xp professional sp3. Nd da prblm is m unable to play muzic.... Da sound options are all greyed out nd moreover da realtek high definition audio is not appearing in device manager bt its installd in my pc.. Dont kno xactly wat mre infos r needed to b posted so plz say me da informations u require..Need ur help badly..
Thnx..
 

A:Solved: No High Definition Audio in Device Manager

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Hi,
I just got a new PC and I can't get the sound to work. My PC has the following specs:

Microsoft Windows 7 (6.1) Enterprise Edition 64-bit Service Pack 1 (Build 7601)

DirectX Version 11.0

CPU Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770K CPU @ 3.50GHz

Mainboard Model Z68A-G43 (G3) (MS-7750) (0x000004E0 - 0x8FF0BC90)

BIOS
vendor American Megatrends Inc.
version V5.0
date 04/19/2012

My system is not muted
I have tried to update the driver from both Realteks and MSIs web pages - no luck.
I have tried to connect my headphones in both rear and front - no luck.
When I play audio - I do see green bars in under the playback tab under sound devices.
I do have the Realtek HD Audio Manager
I have noticed that when I mark "Disable front panel jack detection" in the Realtek HD audio manager, the headphones appears to be connected in the playback tab, when I uncheck it, the headphones seems to be disconnected in the playback tab.

Can anyone help me please
Kind regards
Sonderkar

A:realtek high definition audio device - no sound

Is the "Speakers" set as the default audio playback device? That setting is in the Control Panel/Hardware and Sound/Sound Panel.

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I have been trying to get audio through my HDMI and I haven't had any success. I've uninstalled and re-installed my audio drivers several times and made sure windows was up to date as well. Windows still tells me that an hdmi device is not plugged in.here are my specshttp://speccy.piriform.com/results/reQh7L377wsmZjbgvphtcJ4

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I have no sound at all.  I have a Toshiba Satellite P105-S9312 which, I read, uses the Conexant CX20551-22 audio codec and supports Intel's High Definition Audio specification.  Vista has recognized my "High Definition Audio Device" (as listed in Device Manager) but says, "This device cannot start. (Code 10)."
I've tried the usual, "Check for Solutions" and "Driver Update" but no success.
How can I get my sound working?
 

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I have reinstalled the driver 3 times, the computer just simply isnt recognizing that a speaker is plugged in.

I have realtek audio, and there is no new update to fix the driver.
I even restored the computer but nothing has worked yet.

Does anyone have any suggestions?

A:Speakers High definition audio device not plugged in.

Is the device enabled in the BIOS?

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Windows 10 was automatically installed on my HP Envy Phoenix desktop computer. Prior to this installation, I had audio. Now I have received a message that says, "No Audio Device is installed.  I tried every troubleshooting strategy that has been suggested but without success. I try everything and even on You Tube Video How to fixed it. I keep getting this messages: IDT - Audio Device - IDT High Definition Audio CODEC - Error 0x8007001f, Troubleshooting was unable to automatically fix all of the issues found. Audio services not responding

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On my lenovo T61 I just installed windows xp and there are quite a few drivers missing that i am looking for. I found what I thought was the solution to the audio problem here: http://www-307.ibm.com/pc/support/si...cid=MIGR-67816
but it didn't seem to work. Since I don't have internet on the computer i just switched to xp, I downloaded what was on that website onto a usb drive and then installed it on the computer I'm trying to fix. It still says that I am missing the "audio device on high definition audio bus". Shouldn't the file at the above link take care of the problem? Anyone know where I could find the driver I need?

A:audio device on high definition audio bus missing for xp pro on lenovo t61 pc

bad thing about IBM's website is they sometimes post more than one driver. Look through the list to see if there are anymore audio drivers for Xp listed.

I could look, but IBM's site needs the unit type in order to look for drivers/manuals. 4 diget number on the white sticker on bottom of the laptop. for example

- ThinkPad R61(type):
- 7732, 7733, 7735, 7736, 7737, 7738, 7742
- 7743, 7751, 7753, 7754, 7755
- 8914, 8918, 8919, 8920, 8927, 8928, 8929
- 8942, 8943, 8944, 8945, 8947, 8948, 8949

those are laptop types that IBM uses, am sure you noticed that on the page you linked :)

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