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03-07-2017 07:50 PM
I noticed that "Flow" is running in the task manager all of the time, but I can't find any documentation about how to use it, change settings, etc. Bang & Olufsen is also running, but I can open Bang & Olufsen to change sound settings.
Does Bang & Olufsen override Flow, and if so, do I need to have Flow running? Or is there a way to open Flow and look at the settings?
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07-04-2017 10:52 AM
If you want it fixed, you're going to have to UNinstall the latest driver:
1. Go to control panel, click on Conexant ISST Audio and choose "uninstall".
2. After uninstalling--reboot. When the computer starts back up, the volume icon will have a red X since there is no driver.
3. Wait for a few minutes and then Windows 10 will install the driver for you (you may have to wait longer if you have a slow internet connection).
4. I double checked in the device manager, and Windows 10 installed a compatible driver. Sound now works.
07-04-2017 11:01 AM
Problem is that Flow.exe crashes on load and it makes no different at all if i uninstall/reinstall the Conexant ISST Audio drivers.
But as I wrote, preventing Flow and MicTray from executing when Windows boots solves the problem for me.
By doing this I have audio and no warnings about crashing applications every time i powerup the laptop.
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 18.104.22.168 dated 27/5/17) Hope this helps