On a 64-bit operating system, the drivers of the sound device must be 64-bit.
Prior to a new title launching, our driver team is working up until the last minute to ensure every performance tweak and bug fix is included for the best gameplay on day-1.
Problems such as recordings freezing up, difficulty in selecting the correct, working input source or having the full range of input sources available, usually mean your sound device has faulty, outdated or inappropriate drivers.
If this occurs it is important that the drivers are updated.
The only client requirements relate to the actual BIOS update file. If you are ready to get your BIOS updates under control, keep reading! In the past, we’ve covered creating a central Group Policy store and a central hardware/drive store. Before getting started, you will need a list of every model that you support.
If you don’t have a list, you can use Active Directory to inventory this type of information.