This has been an issue for me for a few months, but it seems my laptop's supported IDT driver is not compatible with the latest Windows 10 Creators Update. The latest driver that Dell lists is version 220.127.116.1165, A03 (92HD87B1) which was last updated 04 Sep 2015. The laptop model is N5110. Some quick googling reveals that other manufacturers encountered this same problem: To 'fix' this, Windows installs a generic audio driver, but this removes Dell specific features like the IDT control panel, SRS enhancement, Andrea processing, etc. SRS enhancement is especially necessary as it optimises the loudness and clarity for Dell's laptop speakers.
Dell Latitude E5510 Laptop IDT 92HDxxx HD Audio Driver A16, Dell Precision M4500 Notebook IDT 92HDxxx HD Audio Driver A15.
A previous thread about this is here: Are there any plans for Dell to update older IDT drivers to work with Windows 10 Creators Update and restore these missing features? The last supported operating system for your computer was Windows 8. As such, installing Windows 10 was at your own risk. In order to get the audio to work you will have to use the basic drivers. This was a problem with older laptops and desktops as the OEMs for chipsets like IDT, Intel, Realtek, etc., could not or would not update their older product to work with Windows 10 when it came out so Microsoft had to fill in the gap as best they could.
The SRS and other features probably were not included in the generic driver due to licensing issues or because they are proprietary to IDT or other companies. You 'might' be able to resolve this by installing one of the IDT drivers using compatibility mode. For example: 1.
Download and save this (for Win7) to your desktop or any convenient location on the hard drive. Double click on the new folder to extract (unzip) the driver files. The extractor wizard will create a new folder for the driver files.
It will be at 'c: dell drivers xxxxxx'. Write down the exact location that the wizard creates. If the driver begins to install automatically, halt (cancel) the installation. Browse to the driver files on the hard drive (the location you wrote down). Find the 'setup.exe' file. Right click on setup.exe to open the context menu. Select the Properties.
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Select the Compatibility tab. Hp download drivers for mac. Check the box 'run this program in compatibility mode for '. Or try the Win8 IDT driver for the N5110 and use compatibility for Win8.
I've had my laptop for 2 or 3 years and the sound has always been fine. Yesterday morning my computer suddenly came up with the sound icon with a red X. It wasn't muted and yet no sound was coming out.
The sound options show that no audio or recording devices are installed (for disconnected AND disabled devices). There is no 'Sound or video game devices' in Device Manager. System information shows no information (blank) under Sound Device. However in Device Manager, under System Devices, 'High Definition Audio Controller' has a yellow warning icon and cannot start.
• Reinstalling and re-enabling 'High Definition Audio Controller'. I restarted. • Going to the Dell website, downloading the audio drivers for my service tag and installing them. One unzips into the drivers folder and nothing happens. One will unzip, try to take me through another installation for IDT sound and then say 'The hardware detected is not supported by this IDT' and aborts. • Installing the drivers in safe mode. I restarted. • In Administrative Tools>Services, I found 'Windows Audio'.