Windows 10: Windows 10 Freeze with buzzing sound: AMD Driver

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  1.    22 Feb 2016 #21

    I saw this tab, playback tab, everything is ok, i don't know, maybe i let this, maybe is some problem from MS, i waiting for updates.
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       23 Feb 2016 #22

    Have you tried changing the speaker settings or going through the configuration wizard at all? I notice sometimes I've have had to go through that all over with the main 10 install here on a few occasions especially following the clean install of the 10565 build after the clean installs of the 10240 at first on the two desktops and a laptop to get the sound configured properly despite the fact I was still hearing the sound ok.

    Sometimes when you have a bug you can't solve right away and things have been redone all over again from scratch tweaking the settings can help. Another thing might be the need to see a separate card added in and forget about the onboard entirely due to which version of audio chip is on the board you have! Over the years and if you review a number of threads over at the other SevenForums site you will find that Realtek was where the problem as far as sound was concerned on 7 back then and likely some more on the EightForums as well.
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  3.    23 Feb 2016 #23

    I need to buy a sound card ? Maybe my onboard is damaged ? No, i don't change something like speaker or start this configuration wizard
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       23 Feb 2016 #24

    I wouldn't say the onboard is damaged at all. Otherwise you wouldn't be hearing any sounds! But the version of the chip itself may be where you are having the problem.

    Before rushing into any new card however you will want to look at what updates are found at the manufacturer's support site so not only 10 is supported but what will come afterwards since you usually are able to go a couple of versions newer and still either see that newer version's drivers or are able the one just prior to it just like Vista drivers would go right on 7 and work out since those two were close knit. 7 drivers were used on 8 at first here as well.

    As for trying things out like the configuration button that takes you through a few screen with the test speakers option seen where if you click on the left speaker icon a wav file sounds off. The same goes for the icon representing the right speaker when set for headphones or two or 2 1/2 speakers in the settings. That depend on just what you see for audio jacks on the board itself for headphones, two speakers, 2 1/2, four speakers, perhaps 4 1/2, 5.1, and 7.1 surround sound depending on just what the onboard is geared for. The 1/2 would be for a separate woofer type speaker used for the bass.

    The tweaking of settings as well as disabling it for a restart to boot into Windows with no sound and then enable it again to follow that with another restart could kick start things for you. But that also could end up only being a temp fix and not a lasting solution after a few more restarts. The idea is to try things out in case you are able to pin point what the actual problem is. The drivers seem to be on from what you saw happen in the DM as far as the Realtek finally showing up.
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