Audio driver for Lenovo Y510P  


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    Audio driver for Lenovo Y510P


    Hello.

    I have Lenovo Y510P and upgraded to W10 64bit.
    It has no sounds and has an red X where the icon is.
    I hear that my laptop isnt W10 compatible but there must be someone out there using it on W10.
    What driver can I use?? I have tried the driver for 8 and 8.1 but it changes nothing.

    Please help!
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    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 21H1 (May 2021 build 19043.1083)
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    Click on search and type Control. Click on Control Panel (desktop) to see the classic control panel. Click on View by Large icons to see all controls. Click on Programs and features. Uninstall any audio driver. Restart your computer and try installing the Windows 8.1 driver again. To make sure the setup completes without issues, right-click the setup and select Run as administrator.
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    spapakons said:
    Click on search and type Control. Click on Control Panel (desktop) to see the classic control panel. Click on View by Large icons to see all controls. Click on Programs and features. Uninstall any audio driver. Restart your computer and try installing the Windows 8.1 driver again. To make sure the setup completes without issues, right-click the setup and select Run as administrator.
    Didn't work Tried drivers for 8, 8.1 and a driver directly from Realtek
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    Windows 10 Pro 64-bit 21H1 (May 2021 build 19043.1083)
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    Did you uninstall any previous auto driver? After that restart your computer before trying to install a new driver. Go directly to Realtek and download latest HD Audio driver. This should work. Also check that the audio is not accidentally muted. In some rare cases, you may also need to update your chipset drivers before installing any other driver, so the hardware components are configure properly in Windows. If for some reason the relevant system devices are not installed or configured properly, it could cause other devices, such as the audio card, not working properly. So try updating the chipset drivers as well.
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