Recently 2 weeks back I have bought HP 15-R074TU laptop free dos. I have installed windows7 64 bit. And other required softwares, I have problems with audio which is very low. Video display is not proper, movies are not comfortable to watch without any reason get stucks. I have installed HP recommended video and audio driver but still having problems.
Audio and video drivers for HP 15-R074TU model....
I just had to reformat my DV1000 due to a corrupt Windows XP installation. I downloaded the drivers from the HP website but they will not install, it just says FAILURE at the end of attempting to install them.
I have a HP pavilion 15 laptop, 64-bit, windows8.1, i7, intel hd graphics 4400, Geforce gt 740m. The problem is that while watching online video(youtube) through the web browsers, first of all the video playing smoothly, but after a few seconds, the video stops a while, and then continue play but the video is freeze while the audio works fine, then it completely stops. I have smooth Internet connectivity, i have checked all the flash player on browsers, drivers are updated, except for Intel HD Graphics, current version is 10.18.10.3304 , while the newest version is 18.104.22.168.3496 (10.18.10.3496) 140mb, after downloaded and run, it says that my OS does not match.
When HP'S AMD video drivers (tried all available versions) are installed, I get screen flickering when the laptop comes up to the Start screen. However, when I installed Microsoft's video driver, the screen is normal. Please note that a recovery back to factory settings (Windows 8) was already done to this point.
My tv tuner INTEX IT-TV 150 FM plays only audio. The screen turns totaly white with no video signal. When calling the supporting staff at INTEX, they told me to install HP Pavilion dv4 video driver. Could this be the solution? If so, where could I find the video driver?
I just recently had to do a clean install of windows 7 64 bit on a pavilion 15t-n200 notebook pc and discovered to my distress that the drivers page for this model doesn't have all the drivers such as display, ethernet, audio, and a few others that aren't installed. Support assistant doesn't recognize the missing drivers but they are shown as missing in device manager and don't come up with any Microsoft updates either.
Had to format my hard disc and reinstall Windows XP, then upgraded to Win 7. Windows has generic VGA driver that's OK, but it can't run any copmplex videos that it used to be able to run. I know it's 5 years old, but everytime I download stuff for the "specs" listed on website, I can't get anywhere. I'm sure there have been more than one video card integrated into the board, but I don't know where else to turn!
I am using HP 2000-2313TU Notebook PC laptop with windows 8 64 bit operating system. From the last few days i am facing some problems in audio..when i am opening my laptop the sound system is working well...but when i am not continuing any audio application( busy in some other work..) and after sometime say 20-30minutes when i am opening any audio or video file it is running without any sound..when i am restarting my computer again audio device works...if i am not using the audio files after opening my computer also this problem happens after sometimes when i play some audio files.
I have been experiencing two issues and wanted to see if anyone has experienced this issues also and have a solution for them.
Audio- The audio will stop working. Causes Flash to crash. Rebooting computer fixes the issue temporary . Seems to happen sometimes after resuming from standby or/and hibernation. My temporary fix is just to use the windows audio drivers versus the IDT drivers.
Trackpad- After sometimes resuming from standby or/and hibernation the trackpad will cease to work. If I put the laptop back into standby or/and hibernation then take it out again it will usually work again. Although sometimes I have to do it a few times.
Video- DirectX seems to stop working mysteriously. My screen saver won't even play! Usually fiddling with the video drivers or restarting a few times fixes it temporary.
Anyone else experiencing these issues? Any solutions/ideas? I have reinstalled the drivers many times and even the entire Operating System. I don't recall these errors in Vista.
I've been using my 1737 to playback movies and downloaded TV shows to my HDTV via the HDMI socket for ages and its worked wonderfully. Suddenly the other day it stopped working and I no longer get an image on screen or sound.
I've got the latest drivers for my (intel) graphics card and the laptop detects 'something' is plugged in as a second monitor (windows 7 even detects its a Toshiba TV, but still no output on screen) so I assume it it working to some degree.
I have a Dell XPS-M1710 and I've tried a few different third party video drivers, but when I try ot play a Blu-Ray movie it says that the drivers aren't Blu-Ray compatible. I'm back using the Dell ones, but they really suck, especially for gaming, and even more so with newer games. Does anyone know of any good video drivers that can play Blu-Ray movies?
I bought a Vostro 3445 laptop just 3 months ago. It is a quad core APU A6 processor with 4GB ram and integrated radeon graphics. The laptop worked fine for a couple of months but from the last 15 days I am experiencing an issue with Audio and Video upon continuous usage of the laptop for about 2 or 3 hours. The speakers start producing crackling sound and video starts lagging as well.
The problem goes away once I restart my computer but it resurfaces again in 3 hours.
i changed out the video card and in the process I did a drivers cleaner and deleted all the old video drivers now the problem is that when It restarted it did so without any drivers the card and the screen works (did a diagnostics test) but how do I go about reinstalling the drivers so I can get the display to come up after the Windows XP logo.
I can hear the wndows screen coming up but the screen is blank. The 7900GTX card went out so I went to to the 7800GS and I have the drivers just need to get them installed.
So is there something I can do to to bring everything normal?
is anyone else having gpu driver problems, if you are please email sony so they can update it. the drivers are still the original yet nvidia and intel have updated. and dont work with the switchable graphics on the z.
Update: talked to sony and they have no update in the works. talk to head of North american texh support and he said if enough people complained they would update the drivers.
it would be nice to have the nvidia cuda drivers. from what i understood sony edited the code to permit for the switch without reboot. that is why there has been no update.