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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  9.0.40.1 dated 27/5/17) Hope this helps

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Hi Jesper

Can you please explain how did you manage to prevent flow and mictray from starting up when you boot the notebook,

I'm having great deal of problems with Conexant audio

 

Many thanks

 

Estuardo

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Windows key / type: msconfig / services tab - can be a solution to stop some services being automatically started when windows starts.

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Thank You!!!!

 

 

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Conexant Flow is preinstalled on the HP EliteDesk computers we bought.  It causes CPU and Memory to go to about 99% utilization.  HP should recognize that this is a problem, pre-installed on their computers. 

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Hi

 

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

 

Thanks

 

Estuardo

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Hello, this is not a serious answer from HP. Please, you are HP.

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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! 

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