1.Update BIOS and check in BIOS(advanced tab) that onboard audio is enabled(see picture below)
2.Make sure that your motherboard sound device is present in device manager>Sound,Gaming and Video devices
3.Update sound driver
4.Go to Control Panel>Peripherals and Sound>Sound and check that your speakers selected as default audio device
Could be that the AMD drivers just makes the AMD HDMI-driver the default one. It's always the reason, why i hear no sound after installing an crimson update. I wonder why does AMD has to change the order of audio devices at all? AMD driver installer should not change the active audio device!
Yes it can be, and i described it in step 4 of my instruction.
In Device Manager i have 2 drivers High Definition Audio Device and Realtek High Definition Audio, When i uninstall Realtek nothing happend and if i uninstall HDAD the sound stop.And nothing happends.I try all above steps, try to boot Windows from USB (the buzzing stays) i don know what to do.Speakers are set as default device.. i dont know what to do
This is too weird.I saw such issue before and it was not solved.That guy just bought an external sound card.
I can suppose that AMD installer installs its sound driver to Realtek audio device instead of its own audio device.
Crazy situation demands a crazy solution.
1.Try to restore your system to restore point to a point without presence of AMD hardware
2.Uninstall Realtek audio driver and disable onboard audio in BIOS
3.Go to safe mode and clean your system from Realtek drivers by Driver Fusion tool
4.Delete C:\AMD folder
6.Check that you have AMD High Definition Audio Device in device manager and enable onboard audio in BIOS
7.Set it as default audio device and see what will happen.
I know you said your speakers are set as default, so I just wanted to confirm that your Playback settings look like the following:
Additionally, when I install my AMD GPU drivers, I get the three BenQ XL2730Z High Def Audio Device outputs added, and, they do get set as default. Which is annoying, as it means every time I install a new driver, I need to disable them. But just making sure this isn't your issue. You don't need to uninstall those devices, you can simple disable them as in my screenshot above.
Can you confirm you have installed the onboard audio driver for your OS as per: Support For B150M PRO-DH | MSI Global | Motherboard - The world leader in motherboard design ?