Software drivers are basically small pieces of code that allow communication between your computer and a device (such as an audio device, USB stick, printer, etc.). If everything works well, you will not even notice your software drivers and they will simply do the work they are supposed to do. However, if the audio drivers are missing or defective, the workstation does not transmit sound when you try to talk to business customers via conferencing software, and the computer does not ring when you watch training videos or any other work-related media. Reinstalling audio drivers is a basic troubleshooting step to resolve sound issues on an Asus computer.
An Asus audio/sound driver is required for the sound card to work properly. Its latest version allows your PC to run quickly.
- Login to the ASUS official support site and enter the model name of your product.
- Select [Driver & Tools] -> Select your operating system.
- Select the appropriate driver in the options. Please download the latest driver
- Decompress the file after downloading and open the folder, double-click “ASUS Setup” or “Setup” to install.
The drivers are usually lightweight software that communicates with your PC’s operating system and other add-on software to run a hardware device.
The audio driver problem usually occurs after you reinstall the system. If you are using an Asus computer with Windows 7 and have an audio driver problem, you can try solutions here to solve the problem.
Uninstall the Problematic Sound Driver
Uninstalling the driver from its problematic may solve the problem because after uninstalling the driver, Windows will automatically provide a generic audio driver. you can uninstall it like any other program.
Follow Steps to uninstall drivers
- Click Start, type Uninstall Program and press Enter.
- In the uninstall window that appears, browse the list and find your device or drivers. Double-click on the entry to start the uninstallation process.
Sometimes devices will not have an uninstall program or it will not appear in the list. In these cases, you can use Device Manager to completely remove the driver.
- Click Start, type Device Manager, and press Enter.
- Find and double-click the device category whose driver you want to uninstall (for example, the graphics card would be listed under Graphics Cards).
- Right-click the device, and then click Uninstall.
- Windows will ask you to confirm the removal of the device. Click OK to remove the driver.
- When uninstallation is complete, restart your computer as soon as possible.
Updating the audio version can improve sound quality, resolve various compatibility issues, correct associated errors detected throughout product use, enhance support for new operating systems, and provide additional support. other modifications.
- Open Start.
- Search Device Manager,
- Expand the category which you want to update.
- Right-click the device, and select Update Driver.
- Click the option Automatically search for updated driver software.
Once the steps are complete, if a newer version of the driver is available, it will be automatically downloaded and installed.