Support for Dolby Home Theater v4 or Dolby Advanced Audio v2 Audio Drivers Are you searching for audio drivers for Dolby Home Theater® v4, Dolby Advanced Audio™ v2, Windows® 8, or Windows 10 on your PC or tablet? You can find audio drivers by visiting the support section of your PC or tablet manufacturer's website. Every manufacturer's computer or tablet model is custom-tuned to deliver an optimized audio experience for the device. Please contact your device manufacturer to download the audio driver for the specific model. Following is a list of a few top PC and tablet brands with links to their website: • Acer: • Lenovo: • Surface: • Razer: • Samsung: • Toshiba: Product Support Having problems with your consumer equipment (PC, remote control, speaker, receiver, TV, gaming device, or mobile device)? Dolby creates and licenses audio technologies that original equipment manufacturers build into devices. For assistance with your device, please contact the retailer from whom you purchased the product, or contact the device manufacturer.
Ahci Intel Driver Windows 10. You can find contact information for the manufacturer in your owner's manual or on the company's website. Codecs If you're looking to download a Dolby® codec, such as AC-3, please note that manufacturers preinstall codecs in their products. Check out the following products that include Dolby technologies: • •.
Dolby Home Theater User Interface If you have recently upgraded from Windows 8.1 to Windows 10, there is a high chance that the Dolby Home Theater is missing and you won’t even see the Dolby icon on Taskbar. This happened to my Lenovo IdeaPad U530 laptop, and the following steps solved the problem. IMPORTANT: • Note that this fix is only to be applied on Lenovo computers which was once running Dolby Home Theater on Windows 8.1 and the program went missing or isn’t doing anything after Windows 10 upgrade. • In the process we are going to uninstall audio drivers and install it, so it is a good idea to create a System Restore point before proceeding with the following steps. Incase if something goes wrong you can revert to your earlier system state. First thing to do is to check if your computer has some hints of corrupted Dolby Home Theater program leftover or not. So click on Action Center and then click All Settings.