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Windows 7: Idt high definition audio codec


01 Mar 2011   #1

windows 7 home premium 64 bit
 
 
Idt high definition audio codec

ok i want the latest version of IDT HIGH DEFINITION AUDIO CODEC there is the website hp were i get my drivers from for my sound i used to have the latest which allows me to have really high quality sound and bass now im stuck with a 2009 version and i can't seem to upgrade now that i have reformatted and installed brand new copy of windows 7 i am not to sure what to do i have looked everywere there has to be someone who can help me please

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01 Mar 2011   #2

Windows 7, 64 bit Home SP1, Win 8.1.1 Pro 64 bit
 
 

Because of custom implementation by PC Vendors, IDT does not provide drivers on their web site, they direct you to the PC or Motherboard vendor for the drivers. I have an Intel motherboard with SigmaTel integrated audio, when I was using it (I have a separate sound card now) and later an IDT driver update, from Intel, I heard NO DIFFERENCE in sound quality between the drivers. I can be picky about sound as I have a Recording Studio.

If your PC Vendor, and I gather HP from your post, does not have an updated driver usually non HP drivers will either not work or not work correctly.
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01 Mar 2011   #3

Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit SP1
 
 

Yeah, the HP support page doesn't always vend the latest versions. I had to get the updated drivers for the HD audio codec and LAN from Realtek. They both installed fine and are working perfectly on my computer.

edit: the link I used was Realtek

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by rizzir View Post
ok i want the latest version of IDT HIGH DEFINITION AUDIO CODEC there is the website hp were i get my drivers from for my sound i used to have the latest which allows me to have really high quality sound and bass now im stuck with a 2009 version and i can't seem to upgrade now that i have reformatted and installed brand new copy of windows 7 i am not to sure what to do i have looked everywere there has to be someone who can help me please
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01 Mar 2011   #4

windows 7 home premium 64 bit
 
 
hi

ok so explain how i had the 2010 version before and i had more bass control and other options?? and if so is this laptop compatible with realtek audio?? it's a hp g61 laptop get back to me asap
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01 Mar 2011   #5

 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by rizzir View Post
ok so explain how i had the 2010 version before and i had more bass control and other options?? and if so is this laptop compatible with realtek audio?? it's a hp g61 laptop get back to me asap
My mother has a laptop that is a compaq. Her sound card is a idt high definition audio codec as well. I tried to find her driver updates also and was unable to do so. But One thing I can help you with is to not expect to jump on here and always have your problem solved in a couple of hours. You must give others time to see your question and answer it. There is many other people on here who have questions also. But I can say that questions almost always get answered and most of the time solved. Just remmber to always give as much info as you can and fill out your system specs to the best of your knowledge. If you need some help with the system specs try using CPU-Z Or my favorite for the most info is PC Wizard. The wizard has a lot more to it so it can be a little morte confusing. But it will have almost everything you will need to fill out system specs. By the same company there name is cpuid by the way. I have used almost all of there programs I have liked them all so far. Here is there link - Cpuid
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01 Mar 2011   #6

windows 7 home premium 64 bit
 
 

yes i do understand that people are on here asking for help i am being patient and polite about things i know alot about computers just never had this issue and this is the first time pretty much asking for help anyway my system specs are WINDOWS 7 HOME PREMIUM EDITION amd dual core processor 2.10 ghz m320 3 gigs SDRAM i think it's L1 cache ATI 4200 MOBILITY anyway i just uninstalled both 2009 driver and 2010 driver and it automatically brings up device manager and installs it's own audio the bass and sound are better than the 2009 driver which i find amazing the 2010 driver still doesn't work i just wish windows 7 wasn't so gay and have to cause me these problems i say laptops are fail for hardware problems i think im gunna pick myself up a desktop if i cannot fix this problem cause i like good quality music not distorted and low bass options another thing as well in my device manager it shows the two 2009 and 2010 versions even after i uninstall them and delete from registry why do they keep popping up ?? thanks for your patience to read this and i appreciate your support
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