RealTek Manager & Drivers missing.

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  1. Posts : 20
    Windows 8.1
    Thread Starter
       #11

    @fireberd.
    I did previously see this IDT Delldriver using my service tag.
    I was still unsure if Realtek didn'tsupport Dell E5530 model.
    There was a post in the Dell Communityforum stating, Dell switched from
    IDT to Realtek as their audio vendor(see link below posted from Jimco).


    http://en.community.dell.com/support...517/t/19650610


    I'll probably use IDT drivers if the Microsoft Catalog drivers(suggested to me) fail.


    @TeeJay3800.
    Yes,I did see the 2 Audio drivers. I just wanted to verify with you.
    I'llgive it a shot, but fireberd maybe right, I only have one option touse IDT audio drivers for Dell E5530.


    @Ripper.
    Ihear your frustration. My experience using RealTek audio on my XPS 13model delivered different results. The sound was clear and sharp with MP3's having no audio distortions.


    Thanksto everybody for your assistance.
    TC.
      My Computer


  2. Posts : 2,501
    Win 11 Pro
       #12

    Dell has used multiple vendors at different times over the years. I've been a member of the Dell forums since 2002 and am still listed as one of their "rockstars". However, if a PC has, for example IDT sound hardware chip, then the IDT driver must be used (the generic basic function High Definition is an alternate but doesn't provide full functionality). Dell has a compatible driver for this model (8.1 drivers are 10 compatible).
      My Computers


 

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