Troubleshooting: Driver installation: Virtual Soundcard Driver (tbhsd) 2020 Alex Fuchs May 23, 2020 15:00 Updated Follow The Virtual Soundcard Driver (tbhsd) is a virtual sound card that allows Audials Converter, Music Streaming and Video Streaming views to record audio streams. To fix any of the following issues driver setup requests to restart the computer, again and again driver setup is requested, again and again Windows shows an error message during driver setup Exit all running applications, including Audials. Open the Device Manager with administrator rights. Windows 7, 10: Click the Start button, then type devmgmt.msc. Right-click devmgmt.msc, and then click "Run as Administrator". Double click Sound, video and game controller. Right-click Virtual Soundcard Driver (tbhsd), and then click Uninstall.Note: Repeat this step for each occurrence of Virtual Soundcard Driver (tbhsd), and also for each Tunebite High-speed Dubbing driver, being listed. Once you have successfully uninstalled the driver, please continue with these steps to re-install all drivers. Restart your computer. Start Audials with administrator rights. Windows 7, 10: On your Desktop, right-click the Audials shortcut, and then click "Run as Administrator". Start your recording feature as usual. When prompted for driver setup, click Set up driver now and follow the instructions given by Audials. Results After the re-installation process is complete, all drivers should be set up, and all functions of Audials ready to use. Related articles Troubleshooting: Drivers help (for all driver related issues) 2020 Troubleshooting: Driver setup fails 2020 Troubleshooting: Driver installation: Network recording driver 2020 Troubleshooting: Uninstall older version 2020 Choosing the right recording tool 2020 Comments 0 comments Please sign in to leave a comment.