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Hello,

 

I just installed Windows 11 on my ZBOOK Studio x360, and so far the experience has been almost flawless.

 

The one flaw being, a rather annoying one that is, my speaker audio is now messed up. My laptop has B&O-Tuned speakers which sounded amazing in Windows 10. After switching to Windows 11, all the audio played through the speakers sounds terrible, as if the speakers had blown. This happens at any volume.

 

I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling the Conexant HD Audio driver several times, but the issue still persists. Currently I am running driver version 9.0.278.130, downloaded from the HP website.

 

Any idea when a possible fix for this (alleged) driver issue will come out? Or any idea what should I do to fix it as soon as possible?

 

Thank you very much.

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UPDATE:

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The issue seems to have resolved itself out of the blue, perhaps through Windows Update.

 

Currently running Conexant HD Audio driver 9.0.278.130 dated 6/29/2021, on Windows 11 Pro 21H2 Build 22000.282.

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UPDATE:

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The issue seems to have resolved itself out of the blue, perhaps through Windows Update.

 

Currently running Conexant HD Audio driver 9.0.278.130 dated 6/29/2021, on Windows 11 Pro 21H2 Build 22000.282.

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