SamRueby same here, I still have the issue. There is a problem with your sound device. Select Sound Adapter , then click Next. Go to original post. Hmm, I updated to Workstation In the host drivers, I see intel display audio and realtek high definition audio.
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Navigate to the Advanced tab. However, I followed that one too and could vmware audio correct the audio.
Configure the guest operating system vmware audio use the VMware Workstation virtual sound adapter. The audio coming from the adio is often distorted. Go to original post.
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VMware Workstation 3.2
Sound support is currently limited to Vmware audio pulse code modulation output that is, any application that produces sound without using MIDI.
Is there a line I can add to the config file, so the guest will recognize vmware audio host’s “Realtek High Definition Audio”?
audoi For me, after installing vmware audio By the way, the help page needs vmware audio be updated. What I had done to recover the audio on the Windows 10 guests were to update manually the driver of the “Unknown Device” or “Multimedia Audio Controller”. Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
References for this type of error harken back to Win Aufio and Vista days; I’ve tried what I’ve seen but nothing has worked so far. If you notice that sound skips in vmware audio guest operating system, you may try adding two variables to your virtual machine’s configuration file.
Vmware audio the way, there are a lot of shady driver websites out there and they’re all dangerous so don’t download anything from them. You really need the guest OS to reboot inbetween uninstall and install to make sure that all the files vmware audio VMware Auduo are in the correct locations and of the correct version.
The Add Hardware Wizard appears. Correct Answers – 10 points. So no, this will not work as you expect.
Which, if you’ve used VMWare products for a long time, isn’t surprising. There is a problem with your sound device.