This laptop is a little over a month old, and I think the problem has existed since I had it. Basically when listening to audio, movies, youtube, etc, the volume will suddenly drop very low only to randomly spike again for a short burst before dropping back down, as if it's being equalized in the absolute worst, random possible way.
Here's what I've tried so far:
-Uninstalling Realtek driver and updating to the newest version -Uninstalling Realtek driver and updating to previous versions (04/18 and 08/18) -Sound>Communications>adjusting for sound calls to "Do Nothing" -For the hell of it, attempted to change the sample rate and bit depth -Also for the hell of it, did not allow applications to take control of this device -Again, for the hell of it, disabling the NVIDIA Virtual Audio Device (I'm not even 100 percent sure what it does, something for HDMI?)
So far, not so good. The problem does not occur when I use headphones, leading me to believe it is only a realtek problem. There are no enhancements in the playback device properties, so nothing that would be equalizing it there.
Seems hwinfo can't identify all the IDs. It happen to me in my gl703ge, I have less info than yours :confused: My desktop have completely different components, but the effect of volume fluctuation it's the same.
No, unfortunately I updated when the new version was released, but it seems both sides of the speaker don't reduce the same amount. While the left side seems to reduce about 30% - 40% (my own estimation), the right side speaker reduces maybe 80% - 90%, becoming so small it sounds like something is covering the speaker, when nothing is there.
same problem, I have already installed several drivers and nothing, I have restarted several times and nothing. The ASUS customer service grosses only give one solution that is to return the equipment. I'm sure it's a Drivers problem but I do not know how to solve