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  1.    07 Aug 2015 #21
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    Quote Originally Posted by Superluigi6 View Post
    I didn't try it yet, and I'm going to ask a tech guy I know first before doing your method. Don't worry, I don't not trust you or anything like that :P

    But were you running into my issue as well and your fix you posted solved it?
    Yes I faced your issue/s (some of which you may not have faced yet) and resolved them, you may have noticed that I also have an HP notebook with similar hardware to yours; I actually have a very long experience in IT.

    Both Microsoft and its partners were/are aware of the outstanding issues for the various hardware and they are working to resolve them, but Microsoft needed to meet Windows 10 target release date. Hence, solutions will probably start showing as work arounds soon, due to public pressure and proper resolutions will probably start showing in the 4th quarter of 2015.

    Simple.
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  2.    07 Aug 2015 #22
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simple View Post
    Yes I faced your issue/s and resolved them, you may have noticed that I also have an HP notebook with similar hardware to yours.
    Both Microsoft and its partners were/are aware of the outstanding issues for the various hardware and they are working to resolve them, but Microsoft needed to meet the target date. Hence, solutions will probably start showing as work arounds soon, due to public pressure and proper resolutions will probably start showing in the 4th quarter of 2015.

    Simple.
    I had an HP desktop a while ago and they(HP) are terrible at updating drivers and at times they just abandon hardware. I hopw they can get the drivers set for win10 for all of their hardware that's eligible.
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  3.    07 Aug 2015 #23
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    Unfortunately, it will not happen this way. You see, While HP may design the hardware layout, they do not design the discrete components themselves. They buy the CPU from a vendor, the Memory from a different vendor the Display, Sound and Network chips etc.. even the battery and the power supply are made for them by other vendors.

    I have a Synaptics touchpad on my HP notebook, I flashed it with an HP Firmware that was not meant for it, so It stopped working. The notebook was under warranty, I contacted Synaptics (they did not want to know) and HP, who wanted me to send it to change the touchpad. but I could not afford at least 2 weeks with HP. I obtained a different file suitable for the chip on the touchpad and extracted the code that represent the firmware and successfully flashed.
    I wanted to use two finger scrolling with inertia (momentum) on my computer, I either edit the registry or use a driver from another vendor like Asus or Lenovo etc...

    So, you will need to find out the Hardware Id (as described in earlier posts in this thread) and find out who still produces drivers that would work for you.

    Simple.
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  4.    07 Aug 2015 #24
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simple View Post
    @Superluigi6,
    First let me start by saying to get rid of the Static Sound you mentioned in your first post change the sampling rate avoiding 48000. You need to stop and restart YouTube to hear the difference.
    Second, HP Quick Launch does not work with Beats Audio (FN+B), so to operate Beats Audio Settings you need to click on the notification icons (the "^" near the power and network icons on the bottom right hand of the screen).

    Now back to your current issue. You should not need to perform the installation manually.
    1- From the control Panel un-install your current IDT software.
    2- Download and install SP65012.exe by double clicking on it, if it says this is not suitable for your hardware, then try SP65631.exe, if it objects to both, then post the "Hardware Id" otherwise all is well and continue.
    3- Reboot and perform sampling rate adjustment.
    4- Click on the Beats Audio Settings Controls to adjust the sound quality to you liking.

    Simple.
    I uninstalled an IDT Audio program from the Windows Program section of the Control Panel. Is that what you meant by "un-install your current IDT software"? Now the audio things say "High Definition Audio Device" and it sounds weird (kinda like inside a cup).

    I'm installing the driver from the SP65012 link. I'll let you know how it goes.
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  5.    07 Aug 2015 #25
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    I installed the driver and I still heard the static noise a number of times while watching the same YouTube video. I changed the bit rate like Simple instructed, and I get this for the driver version 6.10.6498.0 .
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  6.    07 Aug 2015 #26
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    I upgraded a Dell 1545 with this same audio chipset. I got rid of the static noises by turning off audio enhancements in the playback properties menu.
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  7.    08 Aug 2015 #27
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    @Superluigi6,
    Correct, uninstalling through Control Panel.

    @ShowsOn,
    In my case, all I needed to do is change the sampling rate.

    By the way, the audio distortion "static noises" seem to occur with MS Edge and Internet Explorer but not Firefox or Nightly!! Does this give you a hint where the problem may be?? Also there has been a rather substantial KB3081424 and KB3081427 releases and more to come..

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  8.    08 Aug 2015 #28
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    Quote Originally Posted by ShowsOn View Post
    I upgraded a Dell 1545 with this same audio chipset. I got rid of the static noises by turning off audio enhancements in the playback properties menu.
    Just tried it, I only saw the option for Communications Headphones instead of Speakers. But it still didn't work :c
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  9.    08 Aug 2015 #29
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    I am not sure I understand your last message. Something may have been deleted from Device Manager. Let the computer re-scan your hardware and see if you have any device with an exclamation mark! Of course it would be a problem if someone already assigned the wrong driver to a device.. e.g. if a network device thinks it is a usb stick etc...

    May I suggest that you turn the computer off, remove the battery and press the ON button for 15 seconds, then put back the battery and power and restart the computer. You could also ensure that you have reloaded BIOS Defaults.

    Assuming that the computer has a problem in recognizing the hardware, ensure that you are Administrator on your computer as you perform these configurations.If you suspect a device is wrongly assigned, right click on it from the Device Manager, then uninstall (click on the check box to delete the driver). When the computer rescans, it will use a (possibly generic) driver provided by windows. then you can perform the process of installing the correct drivers.

    Can you explain the full status now (what is working with the sound and what is not, and has the driver installed correctly)? also what is your Hardware Id:

    Good luck.
    Last edited by Simple; 08 Aug 2015 at 11:03.
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  10.    08 Aug 2015 #30
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    Quote Originally Posted by Simple View Post
    I am not sure I understand your last message. Something may have been deleted from Device Manager. Let the computer re-scan your hardware and see if you have any device with an exclamation mark! Of course it would be a problem if someone already assigned the wrong driver to a device.. e.g. if a network device thinks it is a usb stick etc...

    May I suggest that you turn the computer off, remove the battery and press the ON button for 15 seconds, then put back the battery and power and restart the computer. You could also ensure that you have reloaded BIOS Defaults.

    Assuming that the computer has a problem in recognizing the hardware, ensure that you are Administrator on your computer as you perform these configurations.If you suspect a device is wrongly assigned, right click on it from the Device Manager, then uninstall (click on the check box to delete the driver). When the computer rescans, it will use a (possibly generic) driver provided by windows. then you can perform the process of installing the correct drivers.

    Can you explain the full status now (what is working with the sound and what is not, and has the driver installed correctly)? also what is your Hardware Id:

    Good luck.
    I don't see anything with an exclamation point in Device Manager.

    What will that method do (turning off computer, taking out battery, turning it on, etc)?

    I don't think anything is misplaced.

    Everything looks like it was installed correctly. The only thing really different, though, is that in "Audio inputs/outputs" there's no Speakers and Headphones, but instead "Speakers / HP".

    Right now I've noticed it a little more with SoundCloud, but the static issue still exists.

    Under IDT High Definition Audio CODEC, I see 2 Hardware IDs. The first is HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_111D&DEV_7605&SUBSYS_103C165B&REV_1001 and the second is HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_111D&DEV_7605&SUBSYS_103C165B.

    edit: If you think it would help, perhaps you should control my computer using a program like LogMeIn so you can help more (because I'm not that tech savvy, haha).
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