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B250-PLUS: High derfitinion audio driver with yellow exscamation mark

Cactus5
Level 7
Hello

I have an ASUS B250-PLUS, installed all the official drivers and everything works fine as it seems, I'm on Windows 7.
I can't resolve an issue with drivers, I receive a yellow excamation mark at the High Definition Audio driver (Code 10).

In device managed I have two devices

-Realtek High Definition Audio (normal)
-High Definition Audio device (yellow mark, code 10)

this is the hardware ID
HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_8086&DEV_280B&SUBSYS_80860101&REV_1000

I can't find a proper driver for the device.

In any case, the audio on PC works perfectly even with the code 10.
Any suggestions?

Thank you very much
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Menthol
Level 14
Windows update should find a driver for you
Since you don't list all your hardware, it could be the audio for you graphics card on die or addon card, have you installed drivers from your included motherboard CD?

Menthol wrote:
Windows update should find a driver for you
Since you don't list all your hardware, it could be the audio for you graphics card on die or addon card, have you installed drivers from your included motherboard CD?


Yes, installed all the drivers from motherboard CD.

Windows only find the generic High Definition Audio Device driver.

Right now I don't have a graphics card (I use the integrated one on the Intel i5), and I don't have any additional cards, so it's stange that there are two High definition audio devices on the Motherboard.

Menthol
Level 14
You should have a realtek on board sound and on die along with graphics sound out on HDMI or DP to monitor or TV
But strange that Windows update doesn't find a driver, you may need to update .net version, C++, or direct X for something to work correctly on Win 7 because I assume it would on Win 10.

The issue is when I try to update the driver (both manually or automatic) it always say that I have the most recent driver installed, but of course that's not tha case since it's a generic microsoft driver.

I update basically everything but the issue remain.

Searching for the hardware ID
HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_8086&DEV_280B&SUBSYS_80860101& REV_1000

I found that it could be the Intel High Definition Audio driver, but I already tried those drivers without success.

I was able to fix this, I used one of those softwares to automatically search for drivers, it was ideed the Intel hd audio.

Menthol
Level 14
Glad to hear you got it sorted out