Cal Bear '66;506458 Wrote:
> If I were you, I would UNINSTALL your present Realtek HD drivers and
> the latest drivers (ver. 1.80) from here:
> To completely uninstall the old drivers and avoid conflicts, go to
> Device Manager, right click on the Realtek entry and select Uninstall --
> IMPORTANT: Be SURE to CHECK the box in the Uninstall Confirmation box to
> DELETE the driver files. Then go to Control Panel > Programs and
> Features and uninstall the Realtek HD Audio Manager entry. REBOOT.
> Install the new downloaded drivers and
> REBOOT again.
*Not a good idea.* The Realtek supplied drivers will cause more
problems than they solve. Go to your motherboard manufacturers (for me
it was ASUS) site and download the Vista certified drivers from there.
Those at least will be confirmed to work with your specific hardware
implementation of the Realtek HD Sound controller.
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