Windows Vista Realtek Sound Problems
I'm having a few problems with a fresh install of Windows Vista Ultimate. I
have an ASRock ALive-SATA-GBLAN motherboard, that comes with Realtek HD Audio
built in, but Vista seems to be having some problems using it.
In the device manager, it comes up under "High Defintion Audio Controller",
and tells me that the device cannot start (code 10)
I've tried downloading the latest soundcard drivers for Vista, from both
ASRock and Realtek's website, but to no avail. I've even used the add
hardware wizard manually, (adding the built in Realtek HD Audio drivers), but
even though it adds another device to the device manager, it has the same
error message (the device cannot start), and I still have no sound.
I've even tried uninstalling one of the drivers just in case the two devices
are clashing, but it's stll done nothing.
I've also encountered a number of BSOD's while trying to run media centre.
I'm presuming the two are somehow linked.
Thanks in advance for all the replies.