Additionally, you can disable Realtek and use just generic High Definition Audio Device.
This is the procedure for drivers rollback: If your sound is still out or there are no previous versions you can roll back to, your best bet is to reinstall the driver.
After doing that, Windows will install the default audio driver and the problem should be resolved.
Several users claim that you don’t have to uninstall your original audio driver.
Instead you just have to remove Nvidia audio driver and the issue should be resolved completely.
Speaking of Nvidia drivers and issues, users also reported the following problems: Additionally, GPU drivers may override audio drivers so you should try and roll them back to a previous version.
It’s all done with just a couple of mouse clicks – easy even if you’re a computer newbie. To get the latest Windows 10 NVIDIA driver, you need to go to NVIDIA website, find the drivers according to your specific Windows version and graphics card model (see How to Quickly Get Operating System Version).