The cabinets contain a different INF
Electronic can make buzzing noise, my alarm clock most annoying one of them
Modems and routers are known for it too, when data is flowing
I wouldn't worry unless it gets louder or the GPU stops :)
I take it you never noticed till the HDD was removed which would have had a slight whirring noise
i just replaced my old hdd with new samsung ssd...
i didnt use my hdd any more...
after that i hear a little noise that i attach .... its noise is very low..i must put my ear on keyboard to hear that...
i thought the noise is cause of cpu fan...after disassembling my laptop..i found out the noise is from graphic chipset ...
i use many softwares for testing it and all was normal...
does it have any problem?
am i be worry ?
my graphic is dying ?
I have an dell m6700 Laptop. I have start to analyse my driver problems in Windows 10 with my IDT 92HD93 sound driver.
I found an working driver but the configuration for the attached components to the machine, ie Speakers, Speaker/HP combined, lineout, linein, SPDIF, HDMI, MICs etc etc is not correct.
I dont know how i can Change this. Please can anybody help me?
My device ID: HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_111D&DEV_76DF&SUBSYS_1028053F
Here is my original Driver download link: https://downloads.dell.com/FOLDER01806589M/1/3330_Audio_Driver_C6HVR_WN_1.0.6491.0_A08.EXE
Here this Driver that i will modding download link: http://drivers.softpedia.com/get/SOUND-CARD/IDT/IDT-High-Definition-Audio-Driver-61065040-for-Windows-10-64-bit.shtml
I hav atteched the orginal ini V7P417_M6700.INI
and this file: (I will mod this ini) C-C3_MOD.INI
Can anyone add my hardware ID to a modded Driver please
MY Hardware ID: HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_111D&DEV_76DF&SUBSYS_1028053F