Well, USB and HDAudio share an interrupt even with APIC enabled. In theory, this shouldn't be fatal. But in practice it's unclear whether the issue is with interrupts or with the sound driver.
What is more interesting (and that I missed before) is that your laptop has two HDAudio devices: 8086:0C0C and 8086:8C20.
Moreover, the sound driver reports that they are both attached to IRQ16, even though DEVICES.DAT assigns IRQ16 to the former and IRQ22 to the latter.
I'm not going to look for the bug in the sound driver right now but I prepared images with two versions of the sound driver: each supports only one audio device (one
I also removed USB drivers from the images to avoid interrupt sharing, sorry for inconvenience.
Use the touchpad if it emulates PS2 mouse or the keyboard (MENU/System/FIle Management/KFAR).
There is a small mp3 file /RD/1/SINE.MP3 which should be just enough to test a sound card.
Press <Enter> on the file in KFAR to play it.
So, steps to test (for each image):
1. Flash the image.
2. Set SATA disk mode to AHCI.
3. Boot KolibriOS with [c]=on.
4. Play /RD/1/SINE.MP3. Does it make any beep?
5. Take a photo of the log.