Windows 10: No bass in surround sound After Windows 10 update

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  1.    09 Sep 2015 #11

    lclutchl said: View Post
    I have an HP. My fix was to go to device manager. Go to sound video and game controller. high definition sound device. Right click properties go to driver tab then click on update driver, then the second one browse computer for driver software. Go to second option again stating let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer. Click on high definition audio device not the idt audio codec. Install and enjoy
    worked well.. thanks...
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  2.    25 Oct 2015 #12

    Alanis said: View Post
    Same here! You don't realize how much this gave me a huge sigh of relief to hear my beautiful bass again! I also literally signed up to give praise to this answer and was frantically finding a solution to it. This was one of my main drawbacks to moving to Windows 10, and I am still considering moving back to Windows 7 after seeing all that 10 has to offer so far. The only thing I'm liking as of this post is the huge difference in the footprint that it leaves compared to 7 - less strenuous overall on my system.

    Anyway, before I start to ramble on, thanks again for this wonderful solution and I hope other people will see this!
    i also signed up just to thank you and when i saw the others that did the same made me happy tbh. THANK YOU SO MUCH I LOVE YOU.
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  3. Posts : 8
    Microsoft Windows 10 (Pro x64)
       16 Nov 2015 #13

    HP IDT Audio Driver (x86 and x64 systems) | ver 6.10.6428.0 (modified)


    Here are some modified HP IDT Audio Drivers (derived from HP SoftPaq #59291).

    They got my ProBook's embedded sound chip working again on Win 10 Pro x64
    (including the SRS Premium Sound Control Panel/HP Beats Audio Functionality)


    HP IDT Audio Driver (x86 and x64 systems):
    File Version: 6.10.6428.0 (modified)




    Note: For x86 systems, the feature set is reduced.
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  4.    10 Dec 2015 #14

    thanks, it perfectly worked for me


    I had trouble getting bass sound whenever I use to hear music from my laptop after updating windows 10 & your fix worked out so well for me, I was initially updating checking & updating Realtek high definition audio which was installed in my Dell laptop & therefore cudn't see any disable all enhancement option in sound device. A soon as i installed high definition audio device manually I cud see Disable all enhancement option right after that. I checked that option & was good to go. thank you so much. finally was abled to solve this issue after soo long.

    lclutchl said: View Post
    I have an HP. My fix was to go to device manager. Go to sound video and game controller. high definition sound device. Right click properties go to driver tab then click on update driver, then the second one browse computer for driver software. Go to second option again stating let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer. Click on high definition audio device not the idt audio codec. Install and enjoy
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  5.    24 Dec 2015 #15

    thank u so much, solve my bass problem, merry xmas
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  6.    21 Jan 2016 #16

    I had* a similar problem, though different. My problem was that my Asus desktop was pushing bass AND normal sound out of the front speakers, even with swap center with sub-woofer checked in the sound manager. Using "stereo" config it worked alright, but no surround with that. This problem kept giving headaches when listening to music (literally 0_0) because the bass was pounding out of the front. Used the update drivers thing in device manager (I'm an IT guy, I have no Idea why I didn't think of this myself, lol) and updated the Realtek HD Audio driver AND disable the Intel Display Audio Driver (which was trying to steal sound from my monitor's speakers and possibly one cause of the bass malfunction). I believe that the cause of this wasn't really the driver's fault, but actually the fact that before I set up surround sound, my sub-woofer was connected to the sub-woofer port on the back of my front speakers, so the driver assumed it was still there when I removed it. But since the sub was not there, bass came out alongside the front audio (yes, my sub was moved to the sub port on my sound-card). Now that the drivers have been reinstalled/updated, the audio works fine.


    PS: Yes, my monitor has speakers, yes those speakers are routed for surround, but they are not the front speakers. They are the rear, I know my "surround" isn't "surround" but it works, and it sounds good regardless.
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  7.    05 Feb 2016 #17

    I want to use this solution, but I get a message from Windows 10 saying that if I do it it will make my system unstable. Did you get this message and just do it anyway? I'm on Dell.
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  8.    05 Mar 2016 #18

    lclutchl said: View Post
    I have an HP. My fix was to go to device manager. Go to sound video and game controller. high definition sound device. Right click properties go to driver tab then click on update driver, then the second one browse computer for driver software. Go to second option again stating let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer. Click on high definition audio device not the idt audio codec. Install and enjoy
    Just like everyone else I created an account just to thank you. Saved my life xD
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  9.    30 Mar 2016 #19

    lclutchl said: View Post
    I have an HP. My fix was to go to device manager. Go to sound video and game controller. high definition sound device. Right click properties go to driver tab then click on update driver, then the second one browse computer for driver software. Go to second option again stating let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer. Click on high definition audio device not the idt audio codec. Install and enjoy
    Thank you so much, i almost throw my laptop.
      My ComputerSystem Spec

  10.    23 Apr 2016 #20

    lclutchl said: View Post
    I have an HP. My fix was to go to device manager. Go to sound video and game controller. high definition sound device. Right click properties go to driver tab then click on update driver, then the second one browse computer for driver software. Go to second option again stating let me pick from a list of device drivers on my computer. Click on high definition audio device not the idt audio codec. Install and enjoy

    I too registered just to thank you! Thank You! My speakers work awesomely!!!
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