Windows 10: IDT Audio Drivers 6504 & 6492
Could you please specify which driver version you installed?
SP52562.exe could not be installed, hardware is not supported, even when I forced manual installation via Device Manager and .inf files
I guess you do not have the same specs as me. Regardless. The bug still persists for me. Formatting the machine only prolonged the time for the bug to appear.
Have you reported this via the MS help tool? If enough people report this then MS will contact Tempo and maybe release new drivers..
Or modded drivers....
I contributed to your thread, might try this MS help tool. I also started thread on HP support forums, none response so far:
HP 6465b: IDT High Definition Audio Drivers Causing Problems... - HP Support Forum - 5440443
I still don't know if this issue of HP drivers or Windows. HP should really publish new drivers for Windows 10, I mean same IDT drivers are used for these machines:
HP EliteBook 2560p Notebook PC
HP EliteBook 8460p Notebook PC
HP EliteBook 8460w Mobile Workstation
HP EliteBook 8560p Notebook PC
HP EliteBook 8560w Mobile Workstation
HP EliteBook 8760w Mobile Workstation
HP ProBook 4230s Notebook PC
HP ProBook 4330s Notebook PC
HP ProBook 4331s Notebook PC
HP ProBook 4430s Notebook PC
HP ProBook 4431s Notebook PC
HP ProBook 4435s Notebook PC
HP ProBook 4436s Notebook PC
HP ProBook 4530s Notebook PC
HP ProBook 4535s Notebook PC
HP ProBook 4730s Notebook PC
HP ProBook 6360b Notebook PC
HP ProBook 6460b Notebook PC
HP ProBook 6465b Notebook PC
HP ProBook 6560b Notebook PC
HP ProBook 6565b Notebook PC
HP Slate 2 Notebook PC
That's a lot of different devices.
I also noticed an interesting thing: The problems only appear when no other sound is playing. For example, if I have muted Internet radio playing in background, any new sounds I start playing starts playing flawlessly.
The only solution is to mod or to obtain a new driver. These old drivers have this bug.... as sad as it is.
Any tips where to get ones? Or how to mod a driver to eliminate this issue?
At this point you probably know as much as me.
Check the inf and ini files of your driver. It contains the install instructions based on the DeviceID (DevID) that your sound card identifies as. It then links to and installs all the appropriate settings for your card. The inf file gets used by the Setup installer or Windows DevManager. The issue with the new drivers is that they do NOT contain your DevID or they simply do not link it to any proper settings.
So your goal would be to identify the changes that you need to make to the new driver based on your old one.
You can use something like Notepad++ to "compare/diff" two different INF files. It will make it a tiny bit easier.
Once you start doing that you will understand much more about what is missing and what needs modding.
There will be other issues that will pop up when you understand what you are doing. The latest driver doesn't seem to have a beats control panel for example.
To install such a driver you will need to run in Test Mode. A lot of things will become self evident when doing this... other things will require a lot of testing. There are no shortcuts to this.
I am unsure if I managed to fix the Audio issue with a good cleaning or not. I certainly do not have the Windows Audio Graph issue anymore but I do have an FPS issue which seemed to be related to this.
It might turn out that this FPS issue is a separate matter. Am trialing games on the normal Windows Vanilla Audio drivers. Regardless I would suggest that you format and reinstall Windows 10. Especially if you did an upgrade from Windows 7.
Last edited by FunkyMike; 19 Jan 2016 at 10:21.
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