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IDT High Definition Audio CODEC

By rajeshp216
Aug 12, 2013
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  1. This is the Error code showing in the system information -> problem devices-
    IDT High Definition Audio CODEC HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_111D&DEV_76D1&SUBSYS_10280508&REV_1002\4&56676E8&0&0001 This device cannot start.

    please help me . im wasting lot of time for getting IDT high definition audio codec,

    im using Dell Vostro 1550/XP/32bit

    I'm facing an error message as
    The device cannot start (code 10)
    please help somebody
    thanks
     
  2. LookinAround

    LookinAround TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 8,373   +167

  3. rajeshp216

    rajeshp216 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Hi dear,

    I tried both. still same issue.
    Even I tried with KB888111.exe hot fix also. no improvement.

    Could you please tell me if the solution is there or not for this.
     
  4. rajeshp216

    rajeshp216 TS Rookie Topic Starter


    Hi dear,

    I tried both. still same issue.
    Even I tried with KB888111.exe hot fix also. no improvement.

    Could you please tell me if the solution is there or not for this.
     
  5. LookinAround

    LookinAround TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 8,373   +167

    I don't know if there's a solution. The best I can do is suggest things to check that might cause that driver not to start.

    Look in Device Manager under System Devices. Do you see an entry for MS UAA Bus Driver for High Def Audio? Plus you should not see any yellow icons displayed on that entry.

    Only other thing I can think to check next, are checking filter drivers. But first tell me what you see for MS UAA entry in DevMgr.

    /* Edit */
    No need to quote me in replying to my posts
     
  6. rajeshp216

    rajeshp216 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    This is the device manager in my laptop. I tried around 50 drivers. I think this is the problem with the os. But I dont hav option to go windows 7 as my requirement. But I need sound drivers.
     
  7. mailpup

    mailpup TS Special Forces Posts: 8,456   +228

    Rajeshp216, as LookinAround has already stated, when replying to the post just above yours there is no need to quote it.
     
  8. rajeshp216

    rajeshp216 TS Rookie Topic Starter

  9. rajeshp216

    rajeshp216 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Im sorry for quoted.. please never mind.
     
  10. rajeshp216

    rajeshp216 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    [​IMG] dm1.JPG

    I think , I need to show you this.
     
  11. LookinAround

    LookinAround TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 8,373   +167

    OK. That looks good. Next thing to check

    Click Start->All Programs->Administrative Tools->Services. Then scroll down to the Windows Audio service. Verify it shows Status=Started and Startup Type=Automatic

    /* EDIT */
    p.s. I recall you said you tried both drivers. But I want to make sure THIS is the driver you currently have installed while we're testing (as it's the only one Dell said is for XP). If you're going to reinstall it, be sure to first uninstall anything related in Add/Remove Programs.
     
     
  12. rajeshp216

    rajeshp216 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    I tried as you said , I removed all the audio drivers which were previously installed only that driver u mentioned (R302718.exe) .
    It was installed and while I'm trying to start the audio service , it is saying as below

    and finally..
    dm3.JPG dm2.JPG

    please swap the images , I have already faced these before only.
     
  13. LookinAround

    LookinAround TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 8,373   +167

    Hmmm.. that's a driver service that won't start.

    Let me see all your services. Follow these instructions to Report the services that run on your computer

    Then open Device Manager, right click the IDT Audio Device->Properties->Drivers tab
    > Use the pull down menu to select and view the Class UpperFilters and Class Lower Filters. Does it show anything or are they blank?
    > Right click the Drivers tab. Click the Driver Details button. Can you take a snapshot of the list of files displayed
     
  14. rajeshp216

    rajeshp216 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    [​IMG] one.JPG

    These are the files when I selected the driver file properties
    And for classic upper filters and lower filters are blank only .
     

    Attached Files:

  15. rajeshp216

    rajeshp216 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    Please can somebody conclude this. So that I can go for alternative.
    thanks.
     
  16. LookinAround

    LookinAround TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 8,373   +167

    I can't see any clear solution for your problem, but here's a few last things I can suggest to try
    1. Make sure you have the latest Intel chipset drivers installed, Intel Driver Update Utility
    2. Are you running XP SP3? Do you have all the windows updates installed (including critical, optional and hardware updates?) You should run Windows Update and click Custom. You can ignore optional updates for things list Bing Desktop and Windows Live but otherwise install all the optional updates. Keep re-running Windows Update Custom until it says no more updates
    3. Look at Services for the entry that fails to start. Look at its dependencies. Are all of its dependencies started? (If not, that would also be a reason the service won't start)
     
  17. rajeshp216

    rajeshp216 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    1. Updated with Intel Driver Update Utility.
    2. I'm using XP SP3 only, yes..! I have Updated windows and its keep running only
    3. There are no dependencies for the Audio service.
     
  18. LookinAround

    LookinAround TechSpot Chancellor Posts: 8,373   +167

    I wish I could provide more help, but at this point I'm out of ideas. Sorry. :oops:

    If you find a solution to your problem, please post back and let us know what you did. G'luck
     
  19. Dell_BabitaG

    Dell_BabitaG Official Dell Support Posts: 74

    Hi Rajeshp216,

    Error Code 10 may be generated due to incompatible, outdated, or corrupt device drivers. Another possibility is that the device was not designed to work with the particular version of Windows that you are using.

    On the Dell Support Website, you would see that there are no Windows XP drivers available for the Dell Vostro 1550 and only drivers for Windows 7 and Windows 8 are available for this computer. This can be checked by clicking on this link: http://dell.to/16bjTnd

    If you still want to install audio drivers for Windows XP, you may click on the link below to download and install audio drivers relevant to Windows XP for IDT 92HD87B1. We recommend you backup important data on an external storage device prior to updating the driver.

    http://dell.to/1d4JVkA

    However, your Dell Vostro 1550 may not be compatible with Windows XP and Dell recommends you revert to the original Windows Operating System your system was shipped with, to avoid further compatibility issues.

    Please keep us posted on the results.

    Thanks and regards,
    Babita G
    #iworkforDell


    For easy access to drivers, manuals and product updates, please visit ourSupport Site .
     


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