Try to set a system restore point before installing a device driver. Make sure that you have the onboard sound enabled in the BIOS. I have basically the same thing installed in my Gigabyte system. If you don’t have an Intel NIC the drivers will not work or install. If you look at what has been posted here the many posts on this subject you will see there can be many potential causes. The front panel has also been disabled, with no avail.

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Since some days ago, it’s also making these noises when I do nothing with it, akdio it’s far from being maxed out. Hi, The Gigabyte Facilities i have installed are: I have also checked if it is my graphics card by disabling it and the problem is still at large.

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Try to set a system restore point before installing a device driver. External to the PC, wireless devices can cause interference. The sound is on a shared IRQ Interrupt with a higher priority device. Make sure that you have the onboard sound selected as default output in Windows. Another thing to add is, that yesterday for a while the sound crackling was not present, but my headphones kept on getting disconnected and reconnected by windows itself, which shut off all the sound, microphone and made them have to be reconfigured again.


I have basically the same thing installed in my Gigabyte system. Hi everyone, I installed my new PC Specs stated this time last week.

Decided that current working setup had loads of old PC based drivers – so decided to do a clean instal. Earlier on this week, i disabled my ethernet adapter while the crackling was at large, and the crackling immediately stopped.

Could you link me where audoo download the intel ethernet controller? Make sure your not mute, Sound is turned down, your speakers have power- maybe try headphones but be aware of possible loudness If You Use Win7: Dark Mantis 10typesofpeopleoneswhoknow binaryandoneswhodont. Usually, Windows operating systems apply a generic audio driver that computers to recognize the sound card component and make use of its basic functions.

DO NOT check the box to also uninstall the drivers. Please try and help me out ahdio you can. You have done all the usual things that help or minimize the problem. Therefore, if you wish to install this audio version, click the download button and apply the ga-a77-ds3h. Similar help and support threads.

Now, I have connected my speaker set to my mp3-player and everything works just fine. Intel Core i7 3.


Glad to hear that it’s all working again now. Try this and see what happens.

I have one more g-az77-ds3h to add. Disconnecting the adapter does not solve this problem at all this ga-z777-ds3h. Rerouting the cables fixed the Dell problem. I would gx-z77-ds3h appreciate some help with this problem, it’s driving my absolutely crazy. You noted you do not have EasyTune6 installed, how about other utilities that Gigabyte supplied that you aren’t directly using?

I didn’t install the USB port charging option but I don’t think that would cause any problems. Even though other OSes might be compatible as well, we do not recommend applying this release on platforms other than the ones specified. The EasyTune is one and it got me on my new Gigabyte motherboard install as I had high latency spikes until I uninstalled it.

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Find More Posts by fireberd. Wireless adapters is another. Running the DPC Latency Checker will show if there is a problem it showed mine and as soon as I uninstalled EastTune my latency dropped down to consistently under uSec.