Usually I just have to hunt down current drivers and run their installer. That said we did disable a few onboard systems in the last desktops at the office because it was faster and cheaper to pop in a sub 10 buck audio card. There are some that won't say die and they are losing time for the 10 buck card.
I don't see the make and model so I can't go looking for you. Try posting a web report on your machine. Here's how.
Having trouble after updating to windows 10 a while back. Tried using my mic on vent and had direct sound error, blah blah. Updated my via audio drivers and still wasnt detecting mic in audio/sound. Mic is fully functional. Went to uninstall Via and got an error at end of install. Wish I SS'd but i didnt, it might have been something with registry. So being impatient started deleting the VIA folders from programsx86. it got rid of hd audio deck but of course nothing else, cant further do a full uninstall with bitdefender file shredder or default windows uninstaller. I tried to re download the drivers from website but I got this error when installing, keep in mind this is the same error i recieved after manually deleting folders and then trying to run windows uninstall on VIA platform device manager.