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Another thing, on the asus page I linked to after chosing the uar
model, there is a bios update and utilities to do this, this is
recent and will effect all hardware, it may or may not fix issues
with the chips, there are chipset software updates to.
On 7/08/2020 10:43 am, Sharni-Lee Ward
System Model: VivoBook 15_ASUS Laptop X507UAR
I scrolled through the pages but couldn't find my sound driver
listed, and it said there were no problems found.
On 7/08/2020 7:49 am, Brian Vogel
On Thu, Aug 6,
2020 at 05:38 PM, Sharni-Lee Ward wrote:
The make is Asus and I don't know off the top of my
head what the model is.
Unfortunately, then, I'm stuck. There are, literally, thousands
of Asus computer models, and without the specific model it's
impossible to determine what the most recent drivers Asus has
for a given computer are.
The only way I know of that you might be able to get the model
number, as what's provided varies by maker, is using the DXDIAG
command. Hit Winkey+R, enter DXDIAG in the open edit box, then
hit Enter. You'll get a message about needing to connect to the
internet to check certain things which it's fine to OK, then
after about 15-30 seconds a window will pop up with the title
DirectX Diagnostic Tool and it is open to its System tab. In
that tab, what's shown to the right of the label System
model is the model. There is also an Sound tab where the
driver information for your sound device (usually output device,
e.g., speakers/headphones) is shown. What's important is the
Date shown for the sound driver since you'd be checking on your
computer's Drivers & Software page to see if the driver they
offer is newer than what you have (also make a note of the
version number, too, as there are times when an updated package
is released, but the driver in it is the same version as an
Brian - Windows
10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 1909, Build 18363
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