You appear to be using Microsoft's known bad driver finder. This is a classic "we wish it worked" area of Windows but it never has been solid.
Get your drivers the old fashioned way from the motherboard maker.
lemme know what other info you need
Hey guys. I just finally finished reformatting my computer. Before the reformat I was able to switch between USB sound devices and rear input devices (instead of the USB it used the green and pink audio inputs for mics and speakers). Now all I see in my sound device listing are USB device and HDMI device ports. I don't see any rear input option. I suspected it was a problem with my drivers. So I fiddled around in my device manager for a bit and tried uninstalling and reinstalled my IDT high definition codec drivers, then restarted my computer. Nothing seems to have changed. I also tried right clicking the IDT high def codec in my device manager and selected "check for updates." When I try to select the "search online for drivers" option it tells me ERROR "a device attached to the system is not functioning." I also tried searching for driver within my computer. At first nothing came up; it didn't find any drivers in my comp, so I tried downloading some from the internet. I guess I got a lil bit further after extracting some driver files but then I got the same ERROR msg as before, "a device attached to the system is not functioning." Anyone have any idea? Please help . I will love you long time, promise!