Updating sound card driver
You can narrow this down to how often it installs them and at what time.
If you want this to be automatic, select Change settings and you will be able to specify that you want Windows to check for and install updates automatically.If it’s from the sound card manufacturer, you can pop the disc in your drive, run the necessary software, and then it should install the drivers from there.Although this is an acceptable solution, it’s not really the best one.Also, the drivers on the sound card website will frequently be available as a self-installing executable so all you have to do is run the installation program.If a native driver is not available for your operating system, search the operating system's website for a driver compatible with your sound card.Here you will be able to find the manufacturer’s name and the details of what you need to update.
Key that into a search engine, head to the manufacturer’s site (or an alternative provider like Download.com) and download the latest driver for your card.
Another option available is to update the driver manually.
Don’t worry, although this requires a few extra steps than those before, this is a really easy process.
An old sound driver can cause applications (especially newer games) to freeze, crash or simply not play sound. The native driver is usually your best choice if one is available for your operating system.
These issues are notoriously difficult to resolve as there can be many other causes; but troubleshooting should certainly include updating the sound driver. The sound card maker will usually know how to make the sound card work for the operating system rather than the other way around.
It involves going to the manufacturer’s website, inputting the model name or number of your sound card and then downloading the relevant driver.