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Please try installing the latest graphics driver available, you can download it here:
The Intel(R) Graphics Driver includes audio as well.
I have seen in a forum about Music Bee that a customer was able to fix it; he said he was using the ASIO sound driver with another application at the time which didn't let him use the primary sound driver with another.
You can see it at:
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Thanks for the reply.
The link you have provided for the graphics driver is for an older version (4300). The latest is 4331, which I have installed a week or so ago. And running the ASIO driver is better for Music Bee but is unable to be used when watching YouTube or any browser based audio/video source.
The problem does continue however. Audio dropout at any time. Needs restart to reinitialize the driver.
So my question, is this a driver specific issue or can this be blamed partly on the changing landscape of Windows 10 as well? The problem seems to be interrelated with both driver and Windows 10.
Any feedback greatly appreciated.
Honestly we have not seen this problem with this driver; I was able to watch YouTube with no problem, I also downloaded the Music Bee and I did not see any errors, well I downloaded the one at the following link:
I’m not sure if it is the one you have but it is the one I found.
So, if you use the Windows driver you get the same problem?
Try to upgrade you web browser, reinstalled latest Flash Player and clean all cookies; I used Chrome to see YouTube videos and it is fine.