Hi, I'm having a problem with my audio. I just installed Windows 7 64 bit. Before I was using 32 bit, so it transferred all my old windows files to a folder called "Windows old". I deleted most of it and transferred the personal files I wanted to keep. Ever since the upgrade my left speaker would make a "pop" sound after I'd wake the computer from sleep mode and it would stop working. So what I've been doing to get the left channel to work is disabling then re-enabling the "Via High Definition Audio" driver. It also works if I reboot the PC. What is causing the left channel to go out after sleep mode? When it's out, it would "pop" once in a while, almost like it's trying to work.
Here are my specs: Windows 7 64 bit with latest updates ASUS M4A785TD-V EVO Motherboard AMD Athlon II x4 620 @ 2.6 (3.1 OC) 4 GB RAM of DDR3 (Upgrading to 8gb tomorrow) XFX Ati Radeon 5770 (Xfire tomorrow)
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Thanks it worked ! But the thing is it's only a codec, not a driver, so it wouldn't install unless I had my VIA driver installed. The left speaker still makes a "pop" noise when wakening from sleep mode. It works now though.