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Issue With Audio: IDT High Definition Audio CODEC

Discussion in 'Windows 8' started by shizmaboof, Dec 18, 2014.

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  1. shizmaboof

    shizmaboof Thread Starter

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    After restarting my pc from using CCleaner to get rid of BSOD that was being caused by what was left of the NCH software, my audio stopped working. I decided to use the backup reg that was made and BSOD came back but no audio. I have contacted my manufacturer but they wouldn't help with out a cost. I have tried uninstalling the IDT HDA driver and rebooting the system but it I still have no audio. Also none of my playback devices are showing which are onboard so I can't unplug and reconnect. Is there a way to fix this? Or will I have to pay for service?





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  2. cdm1035

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    I was able to fix a similar issue by updating drivers for IDT High Definition CODEC through the Device Manage in Windows.
     
  3. Agye

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    is your audio driver in device manager showing any sign of unavailability?
     
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