I've tried to remove and reinstall drivers. Its still not finding the Intel High Definition DSP.
I have tried to uninstall the intel update and manually install the drivers, reinstalled the intel driver updater.
I've tried to update the driver from device manager.
I have not tried to do a complete reinstall of windows 10.
Is there a way for me to get the correct *.inf file and just do a manual install from within the device manager?
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Can you please try installing this driver and let me know how it goes?
If you keep on having the same issue, please reinstall the OS and get all the drivers manually (without the Intel® Driver Update Utility).
To install the drivers you can follow the order below:
I hope to hear from you soon.
Thanks Juan V.
I've tried the link, but I'm not able to download the driver. I end up "Page not found" for https://downloadcenter.intel.com/download/26329/Realtek-High-Definition-Audio-Driver-for-Intel-NUC-Kits?product=95066
I then tried to run the intel driver update tool, not it does not find any drivers.
Maybe the driver site is being updated. I'll try again in a few days.
I can confirm that the Intel Download Center (IDC) site is not currently working.
The Intel Driver Update Utility (IDUU) is also dependent upon the IDC for its database and content and thus it cannot work correctly when the site is down. Regardless, IDUU is an awful, broken tool -- so broken that Intel has given up on repair and is developing a replacement from scratch -- I would recommend that you avoid using it until this replacement is available. In the meantime, stick with manual download and install from the IDC - when it is working...
Check back in a few hours...
Hi Juan V.,
Thanks for the help. I tried the link again today for the audio driver and now it works
I downloaded the file "Realtek High Definition Audio Driver for Intel® NUC Kits, Version: 22.214.171.12482, Date: 1/7/2017" and unzipped the file to a directory and ran the setup file.
The Realtek installer first uninstalled the existing driver and required a reboot. After reboot the installer continued and installed the driver. A new reboot was required. Once the PC had rebooted I checked the Device Manager.
I no longer have any devices that are not recognized.
I no longer see Intel High Definition DSP, instead I have RealTek High Definition Audio (SST). I'm not 100% sure but I think the RealTek Definition Audio replaced the Intel High Definition DSP entry.
I think this case is resolved now.