Terrible Intel audio driver spoil sound in Windows 10 - here is the solution to fix this issue

Terrible Intel audio driver spoil sound in Windows 10 - here is the solution to fix  this issue
Terrible Intel audio driver spoil sound in Windows 10 - here is the solution to fix  this issue 


microsoft has had an intense time of it recently. The Windows 10 October 2018 Update erased documents for a few clients, presented show audio issues, and broke Edge and Windows Store applications. It was awful to the point, that Microsoft was compelled to stop the update and send it back for testing.

As though everything that wasn't sufficiently awful, an Intel audio driver was mistakenly pushed to devices by means of Windows Update before the end of last week, which tragically spoil the audio for the individuals who got it.

if you've been influenced, there are two alternatives for recovering your sound. Right off the bat, you have to uninstall the issue driver, which you can do by adhering to Microsoft's guidelines:

⮚ Just Type Device Manager in the search box

⮚ Find and expand Sound, video, and game controllers

⮚ Search for a Realtek device, or a device that has a yellow triangle with an outcry point

⮚ Tap on the device to choose it

⮚ From the View menu, pick Devices by connection.

⮚ Look at the parent device - this will be called something like "Intel SST Audio Controller" (Intel Smart Sound Technology driver version 09.21.00.3755)

⮚Right-tap the controller device

⮚Select Properties

⮚Tap on the Driver tab.

⮚ If the current driver version is 9.21.0.3755, you have the driver that was sent to you incorrectly.

⮚Snap Uninstall Device. You will get a popup inquiring as to whether you need to expel the driver as well, has appeared.

⮚Check the checkbox so the driver will be expelled (uninstall).

⮚Snap Uninstall.

⮚At the point when the driver is uninstalled, reboot your framework.

⮚Your audio (speakers and earphones) should now work.

⮚The second choice is to introduce Windows Update KB4468550 which Microsoft took off at the end of the week. This expels the driver consequently from frameworks that got it erroneously.
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