Gigabyte Amp Up Audio Driver

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System NameHome PC/Work PC/Lenovo IdeaPad S145-15API
ProcessorAMD Phenom II X4 960T (Quad-Core)/AMD Athlon II X2 220 (Dual-Core)/AMD Ryzen 5 3500U (4C/8T)
MotherboardGigabyte GA-880GM-UD2H (Rev 1.3)/HP Motherboard/Lenovo Motherboard
CoolingDeepCool Gammaxx L120T/Stock/Stock
Memory8GB/7GB/8GB
Video Card(s)GT 730 1GB/ATI Radeon HD 4200 (Onboard)/AMD Radeon RX Vega 8 (Onboard)
Audio Device(s)Realtek Audio Chips with AAF DCH Optimus Sound - Generic
Benchmark ScoresMikrotik RB760iGS with 1Gb/s Up/Down
This post will help you if you are experiencing any of the following problems:. you can’t hear any sound from your computer. sounds are interrupted or play abnormally. your computer doesn’t behave normally (crashes, restarts or stops responding) when playing sound. You get an error message when trying to play a sound (below are some examples of error messages):– WAV sound playback error detected– The CD Audio device is in use by another application– MIDI output error detected– Your audio hardware cannot play files like the current file– No wave device that can play files in the current format is installed. To fix Audio Device problems with any of the above symptoms, you should first try the in-built sound troubleshooter. If this does not resolve the issue then you will need to look at manually or automatically updating Sound Drivers. Select Start > Help and Support. Under Pick a Help Topic, select Fixing a problem. On the left navigation panel, select Games, sound, and video problems. In the right panel, select Sound Troubleshooter. Follow the on-screen instructions until your sound problem is resolved or you run out of options. If this happens then you need to look at the next option, updating your Sound Drivers. You can use the Microsoft Update Tool in to check if there are Updates for your Sound Drivers.