Dell :: SRS Premium Sound On IDT IDT 92HD73C1 Audio Driver V. 18.104.22.16862 Disapears!!
I have an Dell Studio 1535, and I have installed the IDT 92HD73C1 Audio Driver, versión 22.214.171.12462. When I first updated my old IDT driver, the SRS Premium Sound appear in the IDT audio Settings, however it doesn´t work,
when I enable the SRS processing I can´t hear any difference in the sound quality, just the same!!
So I unnistalled the driver (though it was going to solve the problem), did a registry cleanning, restarted and installed the driver back. Now there is no SRS Premium Sound option in the IDT Audio Control Pannel!!, the SRS Sound option disappear
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Dell :: SRS Premium Sound OnIDT 92HD73C1 Audio Driver V. 126.96.36.19962 Disapears
I have an Dell Studio 1535, and I have installed the IDT 92HD73C1 Audio Driver, versión 188.8.131.5262.
When I first updated my old IDT driver, the SRS Premium Sound appear in the IDT audio Settings, however it doesn´t work, when I enable the SRS processing I can´t hear any difference in the sound quality,
just the same!! So I unnistalled the driver (though it was going to solve the problem), did a registry cleanning, restarted and installed the driver back. Now there is no SRS Premium Sound option in the IDT Audio Control Pannel!!, the SRS Sound option disappear!!!
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HP/Compaq :: Removing IDT Audio Improves Sound
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When the computer restarted I had sound again. Looking at the audio mixer it says I have a "High Definition Audio Device". Most importantly, I don't have the annoying static that was driving me crazy.
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Dell's "Fixes and Enhancements" cite that it improves audio output stability, and in my personal testing I have found that it resolves issues related to jack switching with applications such as Skype and the well-known issue where plugging in or unplugging an external audio device to either of the output jacks could potentially cause any audio-related applications to crash ......
HP/Compaq :: IDT High-Definition Audio CODEC Driver
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I currently use driver version 6.10.6087.0 A which is what HP claims on their site is the latest version for my dv7t-1000.
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HP/Compaq :: IDT HD Audio Update
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Dell :: Studio XPS 16 IDT HD Audio
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Was recommended by a friend to post here... Rather new to this =P. So, if you need information or more specs for my computer or whatever, just stay so.
My issue... I posted on the Microsoft Answers forum. If it's ok (and if it's not, please say so, but I don't think I read anywhere that it's not allowed), i'm just going to post a link my post there:
Hopefully that works lol. I'll summarize in case it doesn't... or in case you don't want to read the whole thing. It's basically the typical, not-so-helpful, Microsoft Employee response... Nothing more needs to be said =P.
Basically... I upgraded to Windows 7 (64 bit, upgraded from Vista) on Tuesday. Started actually using my computer on Wednesday, and immediately noticed a lot of issues.
Biggest one was that Skype would freeze after using it for about 30 sec - 1 min. I would shut it down, restart the program, and it wouldn't start up (usually; if it would start up, it would freeze almost immediately after).
I eventually just ignored the issue, and continued using my computer. One time after this problem with Skype occurred, I tried to open Steam to try to play Battlefield: Bad Company 2, and steam wouldn't open .....
Dell :: Req- A Step By Step Guide To Remove IDT High Definition Audio In Windows 7
I am writing this new post after getting really frustrated from Googling all through the internet and not finding 1 decent solution.
I have a Dell Studio 1555 laptop and after bearing the pathetic sound quality both from the speakers and external speakers/headphones for months I finally decided to do something about it.
Apparently its not a hardware fault as everything seems to work technically fine but the sound output is really pathetic/high on treble and noise. Theres a word all around the internet that IDT High Definition Audio Codec sound drivers are bad idea and the default ones provided by Windows are much better.
Well i tried to remove, IDT Audio from my laptop permanently but to no avail. There is no option to remove at Add/Remove programs, so i went to Device manager and uninstalled the sound drivers. Upon restarting the PC the IDT audio popped backed in. So, I uninstalled once again and deleted the IDT folder but upon restarting it was back on again. Only that it took 5-6 minutes to install.
Can anyone suggest a way to remove IDT drivers permantly in Windows 7?
Thanks a lot.
Your friendly neighbourhood geek
Dell :: IDT Control Panel
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Dell :: IDT/Sigmatel Drivers..which One To Use?
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Dell :: Skype, XPS 1340, IDT
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Dell :: New IDT Drivers Solved My Rattling Noise, Might Solve Yours!
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here's the problems:
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2. My laptop wobbles on the top right and bottom left corners. it only wobbles if I use my 6cell batt, and it doesn't wobble w/ the 9 Cell. So does that mean the 6cell's rubber feet thing on the top right corner isn't high enough? Can dell fix that?
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