NVIDIA AUDIO DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||14.0 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows 2008, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7/8/10|
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NVIDIA AUDIO DRIVER
Nvidia audio to fix sound issues caused by faulty GPU drivers Not having sound on your PC can be a big problem, and many users reported that their sound is missing after updating Nvidia drivers. Speaking of Nvidia drivers and issues, users also reported the following problems: No sound after Geforce update — Many users reported that their sound was gone after updating their Geforce drivers or after installing a Geforce graphics card. However, you should be able to fix that by using one of our solutions.
How to Update NVIDIA High Definition Audio Drivers for Windows 10
No sound after installing graphics card Windows 10 — According Nvidia audio users, this error can sometimes appear after installing new graphics card. This is most likely caused by incompatible drivers. This can be caused by your drivers or by BIOS settings.
Nvidia video card no sound — Users reported that their sound is completely missing while using Nvidia audio graphics. To fix the issue, you might have to reinstall both your Nvidia and audio drivers. Sound not working Nvidia — This is a relatively common problem with Nvidia graphics, but you should be able to fix it by using one of our solutions. Right-click Sound icon in the Notification area and open Playback devices. Highlight preferred device and Set as Default.
Click OK and check for changes. Once you set your speakers as the default playback device, the issue should be completely resolved.
Solution 2 — Roll back Nvidia audio drivers Additionally, GPU drivers may override audio drivers so you should try and roll them back Nvidia audio a previous version. This is the procedure for drivers rollback: Navigate to Sound, video and game controllers. In the Driver tab, click Roll Back Driver button.
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Nvidia audio However, if the problem is persistent, move down to the next solution. Solution 3 — Update or reinstall audio drivers If your sound is still out or there are no previous versions you can roll back to, your best bet is to reinstall the driver. After doing that, you need to uninstall your current driver by doing the following: Go back to the Device Manager and double click your audio driver to open its properties. Under Nvidia audio Driver tab, click the Uninstall.
When the confirmation window appears, click on Uninstall. Now you can install the downloaded driver. After Nvidia audio is complete, restart your PC. Few users reported that they fixed the problem entirely simply by uninstalling both Nvidia audio and their main audio drivers from their PC. After doing that, Windows will install the default audio driver and the problem should be resolved. Instead you just have to remove Nvidia audio driver and the issue should be resolved completely.
Downloading drivers manually is a process that carries the risk of getting the wrong driver installed, which may lead to serious malfunctions. The safer and easier way to update drivers on a Windows computer is by using an automatic tool such as TweakBit Driver Updater. Driver Updater automatically identifies each device on your computer and matches it with the latest driver versions from an Nvidia audio online database. Drivers can then be updated in batches or one at a time, without requiring the user to make any complex decisions in the process.
No sound after installing NVIDIA Graphics Drivers [Fix]
Here is how it works: Download and install TweakBit Nvidia audio Updater Once installed, the program will start scanning your Nvidia audio for outdated drivers automatically. High definition audio brings consumer electronics quality sound to the PC delivering high quality sound from multiple channels. Using HDA, systems can deliver. Version: WHQL. Release Date: Operating System: Windows Vista, Windows XP bit, Windows 7 bit, Windows 7 bit, Windows XP.