09-02-2017 12:08 PM
I had the same issues with corrupt Connexant ISST audio drivers and flow.exe on a 6 month old machine. The Sound would stop intermitently and when it did work had latency issues. Only a disable/enable ISST Audio sound from device manager would temperarly fix the no sound (not the latency delays) so I got HP to send me a recovery USB flash drive and the problem was finally resolved following a factory reset using the HP Product Revocery USB Drive they sent me.
(HP ENVY X360 15-aq104na running Microsoft Windows 10 x64 and Connexant ISST Audio driver version 22.214.171.124 dated 27/5/17) Hope this helps
10-25-2017 11:52 AM
HP ended up asking to return the notebook and they send me another model free of charge, i guess they know
there is a problem with conexant and windows 10,
the new model they send me should arrive today, but i can confirm is does not use conexant but realtek
i think will be fine
will update as soon i test the new notebook
06-22-2019 12:56 AM
For me uninstalling and reinstalling the Conexant audio driver did not help either.
However, I managed to resolve the issue on my own as follows:
Flow.exe usually is installed in the C:\Program Files\Conexant\Flow directory. The respective uninstall command line that I found in the Windows Registry of my HP computer is "C:\Program Files\Conexant\Flow\Setup64.exe -U -IFlowSetup".
By executing this uninstall command in a command line box, i was able to remove the persistent and nasty Flow.exe related error messages while maintaining the Conexant ISST audio driver functionality.
Hope this helps!