Ati High Definition Audio Device Drivers Download Install Update
I am using a Radeon HD series card with Windows 7 64bit on an asus motherboard with Pentium core i7 processor. I have ensured that my TV is set to primary display as well as sound profile. I have updated my sound drivers, that didnt work, I removed my sound drivers, didnt work, I have set the preferences to disallow one program to take primary control, nothing.
I've been at this for about hours and I cant find a fix that works. Can anyone out there save me from this silent hell?! Click on preferences and then in Generel "information about controller" you click on preferences aswell my version is on Danish, so I'm not sure this is exactly what they are called in the English version. Here you click on the "Change settings" button, then the same window opens, but in administrator mode. Then you click on the fan "Driver" and then click on "Cancel opdate".
This will go back to the previous sound driver that worked. This worked for me, hope it does for you aswell. BTW it fix my problem. Right click your sound icon next to the clock and click "sound devices". In the middle of the page that comes up click "properties" again. I've just registered to say thanks because rollback also worked for me. Not all heros wear capes.
Thanks Vengse, That was good solutions for my problems too. My problem started when i add a secondary video card Sapphire Raedon HD Vapor edition to connect in crossfire mode with the other older Sapphire Raedon HD Flex edition and i have to update the driver to After the Catalist updaing to The cancel the newest driver is worked fine.
This worked for me. I am also running Windows 7 x64bit and the catalyst driver version is Thank you so much!!! I currently have the very same issue and same errors.
Attempting to force it to test for sound brings me the same message "Being used by another application". This happen shortly after updating but I did not noticed it immediately because I was busy on another job. You can roll back the audio driver alone without rolling back the rest of AMD software drivers. Which is what vengse suggested, it worked for me. If you need help rolling back your audio driver let us know.
I reinstalled the latest driver multiple times and the issue is always replicated. If you have already installed the latest driver you can uninstall the entire suite through add and remove option in control panel or you can go to Device Manager and roll back the AMD High Definition Audio Device under "Sound, video and game controllers".
I have gone to the properties and driver control panel but the Roll Back feature is grayed out. I'm in the same boat. My roll back driver button is greyed out. I tried un-installing the suite. Then I just had no driver for High definition sound.
I have re-installed the entire package so I have a driver, but Im back in the same situation I started with after this install. Another thing you can try is using older drivers that where meant for windows 8. This is just a big wild guess since I do not know what else you could possibly try. You can also remove AMD drivers complete and try using older ones, use the drop-down on this list to 'show all versions'.
If you do uninstall it you may need to download the AMD driver again but this time do a custom install instead of an express installation. Sorry to hear you can't just roll back.
Setting HDMI audio as the default has no effect. Trying to test it results in a " being used by another application" error, when it isn't as far as I can tell. It seems the driver simply can't load properly. Finding and downloading older releases of Catalyst was a bit of a pain, however, which is especially a problem when the latest release simply doesn't work, so unless AMD is going to greatly improve their QA process then they should probably think about providing links to at least one older version alongside the new one, each time they do a release, so people don't have to go to dodgy warez sites looking for drivers when the latest one is broken.
I went in the "Manage" by right clicking"Computer" to get to "sound, Video, and game controllers". The driver rollback worked but its just a bandage. Its a pain when you do an update and then have to search google to figure out why it broke you computer. Using Win7X64 and HD Exact same problem with Uninstalled all AMD stuff. This seems to work fine and I have sound again. Same issue here with win7 and HD Uninstalled audio driver from No need to uninstall everything, just audio driver on custom and install audio driver from Hope this helps and good luck.
I had already checked this carefully. I try to select a 5. Testing the sound output of any configuration generates a failure message.
At the end of the configuration script any configuration , I get a message saying that the configuration is not supported. On the device tab, Windows does say that the device is working properly. Although Windows claims that the device is working properly, If I try to play any sound at all, I get a message indicating that the device is busy or incorrectly installed.
So i ended up rolling back the driver and everything works, dont install the new driver till its fixed. Same problem here like many people. The moment I made a mistake of "upgrading" up to The so called "correct answer" which tacitly admits that At least for me, using the rollback driver option was greyed. Except that I can't hear any sound. Well I found a solution that worked for me. Surprisingly the correct answer was posted back in March of by someone on Eight Forum btw I'm on Windows 7 so it applies to 7 too which indicates that this issue is recurring and AMD should really get their act together.
However, when my computer hibernates, I can no longer connect to the default audio device. In fact, it does not show up in the Windows 8.
I then have to reboot to get I am on Windows 8. What I did was to uninstall That reinstalled the There are no problems that I know of when using I will wait to update until AMD fixes this problem. Unless you have specifically deleted the drivers from this directory or told the installer to place the files in another directory, that is the default location where the driver installer unpacks and saves all the driver files. I had the same problem with my older ATI Radeon I rolled back the drivers and uninstalled the ATI control panel leaving the driver alone in the uninstall menu.
I figure I am good with the older driver and am steering clear of any further updates as they seem to just add troubleshooting time to my day, with added bloat wear. I know this an older post, but I had run into the same exact issue with I followed the various instructions here without success as I had no option to rollback a driver and Microsoft's generic drivers kept installing.
I finally gave in and decided to try the AMD resolved the issue. However, I have to check if some games are working correct because since Before doing the following steps, turn off the automatic Windows updates and disconnect your HDMI cable from your computer. Install your new and fresh drivers. If you choose "Automatically Detect and Install Your Driver" just download the program and follow the steps. Make sure everything work. After the installation, reboot your computer and make sure everything work don't forget to plug your cable back to your computer lol If it still doesn't work and since you perform a clean install, refere to " vengse" answer because this worked for my other computer.
I confirm the same issue, I wonder why AMD still distribute this so bugged version driver with an issue older more than 4 months and that invalidate the use of the PC. There is no need to uninstall everything if Your problem was created by an update to this bugged version,. Proceed to Step 2. Do not forget to tick the "Delete all installation folders" while uninstalling your graphics cards AMD sound driver.
Proceed to step 3. Disconnect your PC from internet and run the sound troubleshooter. Just click on the sound button in bottom right corner.
AMD High Definition Audio Device Driver Download for Windows 10
I am using a Radeon HD series card with Windows 7 64bit on an asus motherboard with Pentium core i7 processor. I have ensured that my TV is set to primary display as well as sound profile. I have updated my sound drivers, that didnt work, I removed my sound drivers, didnt work, I have set the preferences to disallow one program to take primary control, nothing. I've been at this for about hours and I cant find a fix that works. Can anyone out there save me from this silent hell?! Click on preferences and then in Generel "information about controller" you click on preferences aswell my version is on Danish, so I'm not sure this is exactly what they are called in the English version. Here you click on the "Change settings" button, then the same window opens, but in administrator mode.
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