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    Anonymous commented  · 

    There's a beautiful workaround for this that I came across on reedit.
    https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-teams/ms-teams-crashes-sometimes-during-video-calls-meetings/m-p/775964/page/3

    Go into DEVICE MANAGER

    Scroll down to Sound, Video and Game Controllers (expand)

    Double Click "Realtek Audio"

    Click Driver Tab

    Click Update Driver

    Click Browse My Computer for Driver Software (Locate and install driver software manually)

    Click "Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer"

    Select "High Definition Audio Device"

    Click Next

    A pop-up will state "Installing this device driver is not recommended because Windows cannot verify that it is compatible with your hardware..."

    Click Yes to the pop-up

    You will receive a screen that states "Windows has successfully updated your drivers"

    Click Close

    Click Close again

    Answer yes to RESTART YOUR COMPUTER NOW

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