I installed v7586 from Windows Update -- and it is really 7582. Thinking something must have gone wrong in the installation, I opened one of the driver files from the extracted CAB file, and sure enough, that file has version 7582 -- in both the 7582 CAB file and the 7586 CAB file.
UPDATE: So, I downloaded the file from Microsoft Update Catalog again and this time, when I checked the driver file, it DID say 7586. So, I must have made a mistake in downloading the file last time.
Last edited by Mark Phelps; 23 Aug 2015 at 19:18.
Thanks much Gary it worked i know have the newest driver
Holy hell. How come the only way I can get sound from both the left and right speakers is to use the drivers from my motherboard disc for Windows 7? EVERY Windows 10 driver has sound output from left speaker and not the right. So frustrating.
as Mark Phelps said make sure you have the correct drivers, just because these ones are for realtek HD audio does not mean they are for your realtek audio, do some research on your audio chip see which one it is and then go to Realtek and search there on the search engine they have for your drivers.
Can't believe I am the only one having this problem, but I looked for answers all over and nothing . I have a 1/8" audio headset which works fine (tested on other computers). I recently upgraded to Windows 10 from Windows 7 and my microphone input doesn't work anymore. Tested both the front and back panel jacks. When I load up Realtek Audio Manager and enable playback, I can hear the mic fine. When I click "Listen to this device" on the Device Properties in Sound Control Panel, I can hear a weird noise that seems to respond to mic input but I can't hear my voice. It almost sounds like a robotic sound (see attached example). When connecting to teamspeak, people will tell me they hear this same weird sound but not my voice.
I'm using the embedded sound card on my motherboard (Realtek on Gigabyte X79-UD3). I tried updating the audio driver from Windows Catalog, Realtek website, Gigabyte website, all without success. I tried disabling all the sounds effects on the microphone and speakers with no change.
Any hint would be greatly appreciated!