I am sorry to hear you are having issues with this configuration.
Let's gather more information regarding your system in order to get the further installation steps mentioned on Device manager, please provide the model of your computer.
I had an issue with sound in some apps since windows 10 creators update earlier this month
was willing to re-install the audio driver so removed device and driver from devices manager
downloaded the SOC archive from there Téléchargements pour Intel® Compute Stick STCK1A32WFC
and tried to reinstall
but system would not detecte plug&play and my device manager tells me 3 devices unkown
I tried forced install of the sst drivers on the device 808622A8. did not know what to do with realtek one ?
tried reboot but windows would not start again. so had to go recovery mode and remove device again.
I an mstuck now and would also appreaciate some help please.
alexcaid, for us to further assist you and to help you with the specific problem, please create a new thread, make sure to add all the details in regard to your system. This way the next agent will have a better look at your specific scenario, you can add this thread as a reference but I recommend creating a new thread in order to isolate your case.
Per request, System Information: azulletech.com Byte Plus, Windows 10 Home, Intel CherryTrail T3 Z8300 Quad-Core, 1.44 GHz, 2GB memory
Problem: Audio randomly changes volume when watching videos. Computer is newly purchased this month and I went through all Windows 10 Home updates, which I believe included the creators update. Investigating issue, I found the following:
Device Manager shows: Intel SST audio device ACPI\808622A8\1 requires further installation, fould like this;
Windows 10 Home device manager
-sound and video games
shows- Intel SST audio device
-says Device ACPI\808622A8\1 requires further installation.
What are steps for further installation?
kircos, thank you for this information.
In this case the right steps for the installation of this component should be provided by your computer manufacturer. I searched for your computer model and these are the results for this PC: https://azulletech.com/support/byte-plus/. You can also try their forum support, find it here: https://azulletech.com/forums/
The manufacturer says that the component and its chip set are Intel and that Intel would be the maker of any Windows 10 driver and its associated issues including/especially: Device ACPI\808622A8\1 requires further installation. So, the finger is being pointed back and forth, with the burden on the ultimate consumer!
Not sure this can help. It could as well be totally stupid. But I noticed the same message on my system until I realised it was actually only showing one of the events of the device. The first one actually.
Going down in the events (clicking in the list of events in the events tab), I realised the first one stating "Device ACPI\808622A8\1 requires further installation" was the initial detection of the device.
Then were coming the events, already managed by the system, of actually installing the device, and enabling it.
kircos, my apologies for the inconvenience.
The SST Audio Device Driver is provided by the computer manufacturer, the driver you can find from our end for your processor model is the Intel® HD Graphics driver which is a generic and can be found in the following link Download Intel® Graphics Driver for Windows* [15.40]. Just for you to know for the type of processor you have the support is provided by computer manufacturer, this is why the SST driver cannot be found from our end.