I have a Clevo W86CU Windows 7 64bit. There is no sound at all coming from it, i checked the device manager and theres a problem with the high definition audio controller underneath the system devices tab. It says code 10, cannot start. Ive tried to delete
the high definition audio controller, ive tried to reinstall it but the reinstallation always fails for some unknown reason because it says installion unsuccessful, i have no idea why. Ive tried updating my sound driver (realtek hd audio), but it doesnt do
anything because its not a problem with the realtek drivers, its problem with the microsoft high definition audio controller driver.
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