Your audio driver is probably missing or out of date (and therefore incompatible with Windows 10). Most of the time, you just need to update your audio driver. STEP 1 – Confirm it’s a driver problem STEP 2 – Update your audio drivers To confirm if your PC sound problem is caused by driver issue, you need to check for the driver status in Device Manager: 3.
Since Windows updating does not always detect Realtek drivers, you should learn how to do this manually.I have a Jabra bluetooth speaker (the Solemate Mini).On Windows 8.1 I plug it in to my laptop using the 3.5mm to 3.5mm cable and then, when I watch a movie, it correctly outputs to the speaker and does not use my laptop speakers....I thought my system was becoming more stable after the updates with 10074, but after installing the Realtek update, I started getting Blue Screens again.I do not know for sure it was related to that update and the Blue Screen still seemed to be related to video drivers. WHQL for Windows from Vista to Windows 10 Extract all the files from CAB file and use Device Manager & choose the correct INF file to install the new Realtek audio driver Hello Everyone.