You can install audio driver for your computer from the link: And I recommend everyone else here do the same. Has anyone got a Latitued E? And, tell everyone you come across not to purchase high-end Dell systems. All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. In the list of devices, click “High Definition Audio” the native driver.

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I will advise our IT department. All new Dell laptops have low speakers. They won’t be supported long-term. Dell walking away from its base. Just curious if you may be able to pass this up the line. Important Note, this is only to improve the sound quality coming from the headphone jack, not to do dell e6400 sound to help the dell e6400 sound built-in speakers.

If the issue still persists, you can try installing the driver: Click on “Browse my computer for driver software”.

Latitude E with Windows 10 updated to sound now is crackling every 5 sec – Dell Community

Inspiron crackling sound. Now audio clips every 5 seconds with no way to revert dell e6400 sound to earlier driver. Agree with other users on this problem.

Please share the findings. Put a check in the box “Show compatible hardware” if not already checked.

Come on Aound sort it out. Did this solve your problem? When I look under my playback devices, sound only wants to play through the Independent R.

Same problem here, returned to build Is the sound quality any good, or has Dell put the sub standard speakers in all new models? As you dell e6400 sound a laptop, best to post this in the Laptop Forum here: All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. I tried switching from IDT drivers to Skund Definition drivers as suggested so many times in the past but this time the result remains the same: If you have the IDT audio driver installed for your model, you can test by switching between it and the Windows native audio driver.

And I recommend everyone else here do the same. Dell e6400 sound only issue I have is finding s6400 compiling the driver package.

If my answer was helpful, please click: All forum topics Previous Topic Next Topic. Now audio is hosed.

Any chance, anyone in the Dell Community may be able to help with this? On the Update Driver Warning box, click “Yes” install the driver.

SoundMAX v6.10.5491 32bit INF – cc: “ADI 198x” etc.

I’ve got everything running smoothly. The laptop I’m using is a Dell Latitude E, and up until a little while ago the audio was playing out properly. This fix works for Windows XP as well. I am trying to install the latest drivers for Dell Dell e6400 sound E Audio driver but I am getting the below problem: Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches dell e6400 sound you type.

Sorry this didn’t help. Unfortunately, Dell does not support Windows 10 on the Latitude E I contacted Dell directly and they said rell will only support the E aound to Windows 7.