Hello guys

I am experiencing problems with my newly installed Windows 10 Pro. Whenever I try to install the latest Realtek HD audio drivers for my onboard sound card the software asks me it needs a reboot to succeed removing the 'old' driver software. I never installed these 'old' drivers to begin with so they must have been installed with Windows Update or something. Anyway, whenever the software asks me if I want to reboot the system I politely choose yes but once rebooted the software starts to remove the old drivers again after which it asks me again to reboot my system. This process will go on and on forever, is my system not ready for Windows 10 yet or what is the problem with this one here? I downloaded the driver because I had no sound to begin with. When I play audio however Windows detects that there is audio playing but nothing comes from my speakers. My speakers (Logitech z906 5.1) are connected with my PC via optical audio cable.

My PC:

CPU: Intel Core i5 3570k boxed @3,4 ghz
GPU: ASUS GeForce GTX 760 DirectCu II OC 2GB
MOTHERBOARD: Asus Sabertooth z77
SSD: Crucial M4 128 GB
HDD: Western Digital Caviar Black 1 TB @7200 RPM

Am I a complete idiot because of not being able to install the correct Windows 10 drivers or do I miss out on something? When I upgraded my Windows 8.1 installation to Windows 10 my audio worked just fine, but some other problems occured and I installed a fresh Windows 10 from scratch (used Produkey in Windows 8.1 to get the product key for my Windows 10 installation).

thanks in advance

Update: I fixed this problem, sorry for making a thread about this!