Re: Speech crackling/breaking up in latest NVDA
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Well you could always check and open live update and make sure
nothing is in the cue.
On 7/08/2020 11:12 am, Sharni-Lee Ward
I already have Asus Live Update installed. It runs in the
background, right? It should have been doing its thing during
the whole year I've had this computer, right?
On 7/08/2020 9:05 am, Brian Vogel
On Thu, Aug 6,
2020 at 06:43 PM, Sharni-Lee Ward wrote:
Support Page: https://www.asus.com/Laptops/ASUS-Laptop-X507UA/HelpDesk_download/
When I select the what's noted above in the CPU/BIOS dropdown,
along with Windows 10 for the OS, there are a number of very
recent updates, particularly recent is the BIOS/UEFI update from
June of this year. The most recent Audio driver is noted as
being from August 2019.
There is also a download
link for a utility called ICESound (that comes in a ZIP
file) from February 2020 that is described: It is
intelligent audio enhancement software that improves the audio
quality in sound experiences on laptops.
Most importantly, Asus has a system updater utility, Asus
Live Update, that checks for all the device driver and
other updates that are applicable to your computer, and when
these are provided by the computer's manufacturer I strongly
recommend that they be used. They make keeping all the
essentials for your computer current much more easily than
anything else will. I'd download and install that and let it do
its thing as soon as is reasonably possible. I suspect you'll
have a bunch of things identified as needing updates.
Brian - Windows
10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363
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