Driver speaker updating
If anyone has any idea why this could be happening please help.Thank you, Kory The fine way to get ur drivers : go to (If u don't know ur Service tag click How do I find my srvice tag ? what operating system are you running from also if you highlight my computer go on to properites then hardware then device manager then look if somthing is alerted which usually has a yellow warning sign next to it I have had the same problem as many posting here (no audio ever since reinstalling my OS) so I gave the Driver Detective (link provided in previous post) a try.Klipsch is committed to providing excellent support for our products, and that includes providing firmware updates and drivers when necessary.If a product has a firmware update, it will be listed here.While the application is handy, frankly I found it a waste of money.I guess it's nice that it tells you which devices have no drivers or those that are out of date, but the downloads they provided for me were not even compatible with my computer or OS, so they were useless.After you go to the website, Click High Definition Audio Codecs (Software).Follow the on-screen instructions and download the correct driver corresponding with the version of Windows.
You don’t need to know what operating system your computer is running.Windows uses software called a driver to communicate with the hardware or devices that your system uses.Simply put, the driver translates the message so that the operating system will understand how to handle what it’s receiving.As such, if Microsoft have managed that, then you should be able to get your audio drivers through Windows Update, though bear in mind that won’t always be the case.
To check whether they’re available, do a system search for windows update, and select Check for updates.
You can update the Realtek audio driver automatically with the Free or the Pro version of Driver Easy. Driver Easy will detect all problem drivers instantly and provide you with new drivers.3.