Yes I know it takes a Genius to get your system down and to get it up as
well again it takes a genius too
Old does not by any means it cannot work proper with it.
Unfortunately it is quite hard to be of any assistance if you do not answer
specific questions, the answers are needed to narrow down the cause of your
What operating system are you running?
Did you upgrade the audio driver before when the blue screens started
appearing? And if so did you try back rollling back on the driver?
Did you change any of the bios settings before the blue screens appeared?
What error code is the blue screen presenting you with? something like this
must be in presented in the blue screen : STOP ERROR 0x0000007f
(0x00000008, 0x80042000, 0x00000000, 0x00000000)
Did you try to download and install the driver from Realtek?
What type of Realtek audio card is used in your laptop, if you do not know
this can you give the brand and type of laptop you are using?
"Dom" <Dom@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> Windows Update nothing pending even through custom : high...and below...
> everything is clean.
> I am trying to update the driver due to:
> - Driver genius
> - Version Tracker
> shows the item as old... new version available.
> yes it is not working well as I am getting a blue screen very often on my
> The blue screen is showing also an error saying that the video & audio
> driver are not up-to-date ...
> "realcestmoi" wrote:
>> Hi there,
>> What operating system?
>> How are you trying to update? Windows update or manufacturer?
>> Why are you trying to update the driver? Not working well? Needed for
>> Service pack Installation?
>> Best regards,
>> Michel Denie
>> "dom" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> > "Marcolan87" wrote:
>> >> I have the same problem, but with "Conexant High Definition Audio"
>> >> update...
>> >> How can I do?