This will re-enable your PC speakers and microphone. It is not the on-board audio. It does not appear that the system recognizes your audio hardware. And as you said, W10 doesn’t seem to recognize my on-board audio. You can download audio drivers for your motherboard directly from ASRock here.
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Hi ZequiXV, Thanks for sharing this information. ZequiXV Created on October 5, How satisfied are you with this reply? As always, please let us know if you run into problems, and thanks for continuing to test Windows 10! I’m just trying to inform you about an issue that could potentially affect many users I’ve never taken English lessons, I’m sorry about any misspells and grammatical errors.
I have posted an update on audio issues for Build Choose the most recent Realtek driver dated Whit Taylor Replied on March 10, In reply to ZequiXV’s post on January 25, How satisfied are you with this response?
I didn’t get to try the drivers you sent me because I forgot all about it. m68-s
ZequiXV N86-s on October 30, Sadly I deleted my W10 partition because testing it without audio was just too uncomfortable for me, there’s a lot of stuff I can’t do without having audio and it was driving me nuts. After I installed the preview I tried with the driver I already had and it worked on the first try. Hi John W, Thanks for your answer.
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In reply to ZequiXV’s post on October 5, This will re-enable your PC speakers and microphone. You can try the Realtek support site or the site n68–s the motherboard manufacture.
It is not the on-board audio. I’m going to install it again in a couple of days I’m quite busy right now and see if that solves the issue.
Thanks for marking this as the answer. I’m just trying to inform you about an issue that could potentially affect many users. It may take 20 or so minutes, but after that time, the driver was n688-s installed on my system.
In device manager, choose one of the unknown software devices. Tech support scams are an industry-wide issue where scammers attempt to trick you into paying for unnecessary technical support services. In reply to Lead3’s post on October 5, I think that screenshot shows everything I was trying to n68- in case my English is n6-8s clear enough. Thanks for your feedback, it helps us improve the site. More often than not when a device isn’t working it is because the driver has become corrupted.
Troubleshooting does nothing, manually installing the latest drivers does nothing as well. Did this solve your problem? Install, ignoring the usual warning.
I’m having some problems getting my audio to work (Realtek on-board)
Thanks for sharing this information. You can download audio drivers for your motherboard directly from ASRock here. You can see my update here: This thread is locked.