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This often leads to problems such as not being able to select the correct input, or recordings not being made correctly.
These must be replaced with drivers made by the manufacturer of your hardware, so they are correctly matched to that hardware.
Manufacturers of motherboard sound devices such as Realtek, Sigmatel and Soundmax do not usually provide any driver support to end users.
Any drivers they offer will usually be generic drivers not matched to your particular motherboard. Note that basic plug 'n' play USB sound devices without a choice of inputs (like a USB microphone or a USB turntable or cassette deck) generally use the operating system's USB Audio Class drivers.
After the update (even if more recent drivers were not found), you should right-click over the device again, click Properties and then on the Driver tab to check the "Driver Provider".
You don't want drivers from Microsoft - in most cases these are only generic drivers, not specifically matched to your hardware.
On a 64-bit operating system, the drivers of the sound device must be 64-bit.If you have a PCI or external soundcard or interface, go to the website of the soundcard manufacturer.In all other cases where you use the motherboard's integrated sound device, it's almost always best to visit the website of the motherboard manufacturer for assistance. If you don't have details to hand, try the following free utilities to gather relevant information: Always look for a driver update which is specific to your computer model and version of Windows (for example, Windows 10).This is especially critical if you are on Windows 10 , Windows 8, Windows 7 or Windows Vista, as the way the drivers communicate with the hardware and the operating system is quite different than with earlier versions of Windows.Be sure to uninstall the old drivers of the device (right-click over the device in Device Manager If you cannot locate suitable drivers at the computer or motherboard manufacturer's site you could also try the website of the stated "Driver Provider" or "Manufacturer" of the sound device, but any drivers you find may only be generic drivers not properly matched to your motherboard.