Aug. 28, 2018 / Updated by Bessie Shaw to Windows 10
Hear no sound from your Conexant audio device on after Windows 10 update? Or receive the error message that says “A conexant audio device could not be found. The application will now exit” or “Failed to create Conexant Audio Factory, The SmartAudio will now exit”? No worries. You could just follow the solutions below to fix your Conexant audio device issue after Windows 10 Update, applied to HP, Dell, Lenovo, Asus, Acer, Samsung, Toshiba, etc.
To fix the Conexant audio device problem after Windows 10 update, you could run the System Configuration tool MSConfig. Take these steps:
Step 1. Press Windows key + R to bring up the Run dialog.
Step 2. Type “msconfig” in the text box and hit Enter.
Step 3. Go to the Boot tab.
Step 4. Click Advanced options.
Step 5. Check the box next to Maximum memory, and set the value to 3072.
Note: If 3072 is not available on your system, you could set the value to 4096.
According to some Windows 10 users, the Conexant audio device issue could be resolved by deactivating the Windows Update. Do the following steps:
Step 1. Click the Start button and select Settings.
Step 2. Click Update & Security.
Step 3. In the left pane, select Windows Update.
Step 4. On the left side, click Update history.
Step 5. Click Uninstall updates to uninstall all updates.
Step 6. Press Windows + R to launch the Run command, type “services.msc” and click OK.
Step 7. Open Windows Update in the services.
Step 8. Click the down arrow on the right of Startup type, tap the down arrow, select Disabled and click OK.
In some cases, the Conexant audio device issue after Windows 10 update could also be associated with the incorrect Conexant audio driver. It’s highly recommended to use a reliable driver utility like Driver Talent to detect your Conexant audio driver issue and then update or repair it.
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Here is a step-by-step guide to download and update Conexant audio drivers for Windows 10, both 64 bit and 32 bit.
Launch Driver Talent. Click the “Scan” button to identify your Conexant audio driver problem.
Click “Update” to download and install the latest Conexant audio drivers for your PC. Click “Repair” to fix the outdated or missing Conexant audio drivers. Driver Talent will download and install the right Conexant HD audio driver automatically in the background.
Reboot your PC to make the Conexant driver update take effect.
In addition to the Conexant audio driver update, Driver Talent packs other features, such as drivers backup, drivers restore, drivers uninstall, system restore, drivers pre-download for another PC, PC Repair, DLL files repair, hardware detection, VR support check and PC speed up, etc.
Hope the above-mentioned solutions could work for your Conexant audio device issue after Windows 10 update. If you have any questions, please leave comments below. Any other PC issues, like PC slow, no WiFi available, no sound, USB not working, Bluetooth not available, mouse and keyboard not working, please check for solutions in the Windows 10 Fix section.
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