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Audio Device on "High Definition Audio Bus"


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#16
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So how do i solve this on-board sound chip problem ?
I have the audio driver but whenever i tried to reinstall it will fail halfway
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    Kraków my love :)

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You might need real sound card. They start at $15.
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resolved,

I just need to go to Device Manager - Disable / uninstall microsoft UAA bus driver, reinstall realtek driver and it will work. :)

thanks a lot for the help though
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    Kraków my love :)

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Nice job. Thanks for posting back :)
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resolved,

I just need to go to Device Manager - Disable / uninstall microsoft UAA bus driver, reinstall realtek driver and it will work. :)

thanks a lot for the help though


:) I know this is an old thread but I just had to register to thank you for this fix....

I have been trying to solve this exact problem on a Laptop for 3 days solid.
Following your tip, the problem was fixed in 5 minutes, including reboot. :)

Thanks very much for posting your solution..

~Mike~
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I tried to update/reinstall but the mouse click does not able to bring up anything. :)
Tried to uninstall but it said " Failed to uninstall the device. The device may require to boot up the computer "
Press button OK but nothing happen, tried to restart but still ain't no result.. :) :)


I had the same issue, so, I finally found solution:
http://www.computer-...p-the-computer/

You go to device manager (via control panel -> administrative tools)

You look at the properties of the uninstallable device, in particular, the details tab… write down the weird string that looks something like: HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0888&SUBSYS_8086D608&REV_1000\4&3ACC46D&080201

You then start regedit, and go to: HKLM\system\CurrentControlSet\Enum

under enum, you need to find a folder that matches part of the string you wrote down.

In this case, I found FUNC…

I then deleted the folder below FUNC…, but only the one that matched the rest of the string. Sometimes there is only 1 subfolder… but if there isn’t, then you must make sure you delete the correct one!

Once deleted, I restarted the PC, cancelled all the found new hardware prompts, and ran the installer from the motherboard drivers CD…


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hi guys. New to the forum.

I recently changed out my old mother board and installed the new ASUSM3N78-VM mother board with NvidiaGeoforce 8200 (MCP78S) chipset.
I got an error message saying " Audio device on Hidef Audio bus".
I tried to automatically update the driver but of no use.
I installed the service pack 2 for Windows XP without benefit.

What should I do.
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hi guys. New to the forum.

I recently changed out my old mother board and installed the new ASUSM3N78-VM mother board with NvidiaGeoforce 8200 (MCP78S) chipset.
I got an error message saying " Audio device on Hidef Audio bus".
I tried to automatically update the driver but of no use.
I installed the service pack 2 for Windows XP without benefit.

What should I do.


Have You tried to install Audio driver from www.asus.com web page?
Download driver from http://uk.asus.com/p...ontent=download

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Need help guyzzzzz.........i m using windows xp sp2 ...the Audio Device on "High Definition Audio Bus" is showing the question mark ????????....how to remove it plzz help
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What is the make & model of your system ?
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Sir me too I have encounter that kind of problem. . anyone can help me?

thanks
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I use a HP Compaq Presario V6000T CTO Notebook PC
I was using an unactivated but original Windows 7 Ultimate
I formatted my Laptop bt removing the hard drive and plugging it into my home pc
After that i plugged it back into the laptop USING THE USB THIS TIME.
I installed the XP Proffesional and i got a blue screen
So i put the hard drive back into the laptop and i installed XP again
When i did there was no sound
It told me that the drivers where not installed for High definition Audio on Audio Bus
On other devices it said Code 10
Please Assist
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I have no sound on my computer
Motherboard is Asus P5KPL-CM
When try to install the driver for sound the OS - WINDOWS XP 98 says it is not able to locate it and use the CD. I dont have a cd Can I down load a driver for free that would work ?
I am not technically savvy and any
help would be appreciated.
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