I could not find an exact match for your notebook (Aspire 5720ZG). The closest
I could find was the Aspire 5720G which uses an INTEL High Definition audio
subsystem, not a Realtek HD audio adapter -- HOWEVER, the the download page for
the Aspire 5720G offers the Realtek HD audio driver! ????
Where are you located? If not in the US, then I would look on Acer's site for
your location for the proper drivers. Also, since this is a notebook you should
only use video drivers for your specific model notebook -- not drivers from the
I Bleed Blue and Gold
"PErsson" <PErsson@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>I am pretty sure i got the latest Vista drivers!
> I have a Aspire 5720ZG
> - Intel dual core processor 1.46GHz
> - Geforce 8400GS
> - 2GB DDR
> - Realtek High Defination Audio.
> When I am trying to update soundcard and geforce I get a report tha says
> that my hardware is not suitable for this driver.
> So I cant tell if the soundcard driver is the problem.
> "Cal Bear '66" wrote:
>> What is your audio adapter? Do you have the latest Vista drivers installed?
>> What are your computer specs?
>> No one can help you unless you provide specific information.
>> I Bleed Blue and Gold
>> GO BEARS!
>> "PErsson" <PErsson@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
>> >I have a problem that won`t be fixed!!! When my Cpu is working; when I play
>> > games, do alot of things on the same time, my sound stops and becomes VERY
>> > noisy. Its like when your speaker is blow and you turn the volum up.
>> > How can I fix this?
>> > I would appreciante for some help