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Fix IDT High Definition Audio CODEC Driver Tutorial
A new tutorial has been released to fix the IDT High Definition Audio CODEC Driver error on Windows. The way to solve this error is to make sure you are using the correct drivers for your computer. This newly released tutorial shows how.
By: FL Utils
The cause of the error is that Windows 10 is unable to select a compatible version of the IDT High Definition Audio driver for your system. This was an especially big problem back when Windows 10 was in beta & development-
A tutorial has been released to showcase how to resolve this error. It explains that you need to firstly find the device that's causing problems in the Device Manager of your system, right-click and then select "Update Driver".
This will show you two options, you need to select the bottom one - "Browse my computer for Driver software". Doing this will present two further options, from which you should select the bottom one again "Let me pick driver software to use". From here, another window will appear with a list of compatible drivers for the affected hardware - select " High Definition Audio Device" and click OK. This should resolve the issue.
The tutorial explains that if this method doesn't work, it suggests you don't have the correct device driver software for your audio hardware. To fix this, you either need to download a new version of the audio driver (from the manufacturer's website) or use an automated tool to help fix any of the potential issues your system may have. The tutorial specifically recommends DriverEasy, which in our experience is a credible system.
Ultimately, the IDT High Definition Audio driver error is a problem with Windows 10 compatibility. Your hardware should be okay - it's just a matter of ensuring you're using the correct driver software.
You can see how to fix the IDT High Definition Audio CODEC error here: