Valve released Windows drivers for Steam Deck back in March, but only now are some key features working: speakers and a headphone jack. Today, Valve added audio support to its Windows driver package for its laptop. (Previously, you had to use Bluetooth or USB Type-C speakers or headphones.)

The drivers (there are two of them), you need to correct these problems. You will also need to update the Valve and AMD APU drivers for them to work.

Just because you can install Windows on Steam Deck doesn’t mean you have to. In my impressions of Windows 10 on Steam Deck, I found that the experience is a bit rough around the edges, even with support for GPU, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

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