Re: Vista 64bit on ASUS A8V board
On Fri, 09 Nov 2007 13:24:22 -0500, Skeeve <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>My last remaining driver problem with Vista is the sound. Windows
>automatically installed a "High Definition Audio Device". It says the
>driver was installed successfully, but the sound doesn't work.
>So I got the Realtek driver for the chip mentioned in the ASUS board
>manual and voila, sound worked great. Until the next boot :-( After I
>reboot, Vista "forgets" that I installed the Realtek drivers and
>installs the "High Definition Audio Device" again --> No sound after
>So I install the Realtek drivers again and the sound works again until
>the next reboot and so on.
>Today, however, when I booted it up, the "High Definition Audio
>Device" was back and now I can't even install the Realtek drivers
>anymore. The setup simply says "No driver was supported in this driver
>package." When I try to manually "update driver" in Device Manager,
>Vista tells me that "it decided that optimal drivers are already
>So first of all, how can I install the Realtek drivers now and second,
>how do I install them persistant?
Realtek has release a new version (1.81) of the Vista 32/64 bit sound
drivers. I am downloading them right now, but it is very slow - many
people are probably getting those
I'll let you know if the new drivers work better.