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Asio4All audio crackling because of Realtek(R) Audio

2021-07-21, 16:04 PM

I just get an IdeaPad gaming 3, but for every note I play on my DAW (cubase) the sound is crackling. When I uninstall Realtek(R) Audio, the problem is solved, but when I restart my computer the problem reappear...please help me to find a solution.

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Re:Asio4All audio crackling because of Realtek(R) Audio

2021-07-21, 17:39 PM

Thank you Dex for your quick reply. 

 

I think I just found the solution.

 

I had to go into device manager -- select upgrade Realtek(R) Audio -- Browse my computer for driver software -- select "let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer" -- select High definition audio device. 

 

Hope it will help other people with the same issue. 

 

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Re:Asio4All audio crackling because of Realtek(R) Audio

2021-07-21, 16:20 PM

Welcome to the Community Forums @Rayan_buu 

 

Thanks for the query. Perhaps you may need to isolate the issue first.

 

Would the crackling sound only be triggered when you are accessing the DAW (cubase) app? Are there any other instances that this crackling sound came up on different situations - do you have any other audio related apps that does not cause the crackling?

 

You can try to uninstall the audio driver and then install the audio drivers recommended from the support site. On the support page, enter your machine serial number to load the drivers. Go to Drivers and Software tab, click on Manual Update tab then complete the installation on the audio drivers.

 

Then try to disable Automatic Hardware drivers update  

- Go to Control Panel.
- Head to  System and Security then click System.
- Click Advanced System settings from the left sidebar and then select the Hardware tab.
- Press the Device Installation Settings button.
- Choose No, and then press the Save Changes button.

 

Also, kindly share your machine type model / MTM (ex. 81C70000RK) indicated on the sticker underneath the device, this will help identifying your machine variant. A machine type model / MTM consists of more than four characters.


Let us know.

 

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Dex



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Re:Asio4All audio crackling because of Realtek(R) Audio

2021-07-21, 17:39 PM

Thank you Dex for your quick reply. 

 

I think I just found the solution.

 

I had to go into device manager -- select upgrade Realtek(R) Audio -- Browse my computer for driver software -- select "let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer" -- select High definition audio device. 

 

Hope it will help other people with the same issue. 

 

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Re:Asio4All audio crackling because of Realtek(R) Audio

2021-07-22, 12:09 PM

Hi @Rayan_buu 

 

Thanks for updating the thread. Glad to know it is resolved now. It would be good to try highlight this as a resolution so people who might be going through a similar case may find this as a useful reference some time.

 

Feel free to visit the Community anytime or start a new query post again if you might need help.

 

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