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  1.    19 Apr 2017 #421
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    Quote Originally Posted by asturias7 View Post
    The best thing to do is just install the last driver Realtek posted on their website. So far everyone I've talked to says they have no problems with it: Realtek
    Choose one of the two choices in blue to download (it's an .exe file), depending on whether you have 32 or 64-bit, then just follow the instructions once you run the file.
    no dice. took the risk and reinstalled it from realtek like you said > back to shit audio. decided to might as well update to the latest one > still shit

    now my laptop doesnt seem to want to go back to microsofts audio driver im honestly in hell rn

    edit: ok i got it back on microsoft driver hah man im not touching realtek ever again
    Last edited by laslow; 19 Apr 2017 at 18:45.
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  2.    19 Apr 2017 #422
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    Quote Originally Posted by asturias7 View Post
    Did it come pre-installed on your PC? You could always uninstall it and replace it with the Realtek HD Audio driver. But, I'd start by downloading the "base" driver, shall we call it, from their website first: Realtek
    nope i installed realtek website driver few days ago....just wanted to install this new drivers from wu catalog but doubting whether my hardware supports it
    Last edited by sreekantt; 19 Apr 2017 at 19:03.
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  3.    19 Apr 2017 #423
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    Quote Originally Posted by CountMike View Post
    There's really too many to search by that in all .inf files. You can get it's HW id from device manager and search for it in likely .ini files opened in a text editor.
    Quote Originally Posted by spapakons View Post
    Or just try to manually install the new driver. If it is compatible with your hardware, after you browse to the folder where you extracted the files you should see at least one Realtek HD audio model on the list. If it is not compatible the list will be empty. Cannot be any simpler.
    Quote Originally Posted by asturias7 View Post
    Did it come pre-installed on your PC? You could always uninstall it and replace it with the Realtek HD Audio driver. But, I'd start by downloading the "base" driver, shall we call it, from their website first: Realtek
    thank u, just now installed it manually & its supported....btw ..do u recommend clean install or update ??. & any preferred method of cleaning it ?? like DDU 4 graphic drivers ?
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  4.    19 Apr 2017 #424
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    Quote Originally Posted by sreekantt View Post
    thank u, just now installed it manually & its supported....btw ..do u recommend clean install or update ??. & any preferred method of cleaning it ?? like DDU 4 graphic drivers ?
    I'd just update via Device Manager since you now have the base driver. The updates from Windows Update Catalog are all .cab files. You download the .cab file, then unzip it to a new folder. I usually name that folder with the latest version, for example Realtek HD Audio v6.0.1.8122. Then in Device Manager just look for your Realtek HD Audio under Sound, video and game controllers, right-click on Realtek HD Audio, click on Properties, then Update driver, then Browse my computer for driver software, then Browse and search for that folder. Choose it and click Next. It will do the rest. After you're done all this you might have to hit OK and it will ask you to restart your PC. Once you've restarted, go back into Device Manager and see what version you have. You should be OK.
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  5.    19 Apr 2017 #425
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    Quote Originally Posted by asturias7 View Post
    I'd just update via Device Manager since you now have the base driver. The updates from Windows Update Catalog are all .cab files. You download the .cab file, then unzip it to a new folder. I usually name that folder with the latest version, for example Realtek HD Audio v6.0.1.8122. Then in Device Manager just look for your Realtek HD Audio under Sound, video and game controllers, right-click on Realtek HD Audio, click on Properties, then Update driver, then Browse my computer for driver software, then Browse and search for that folder. Choose it and click Next. It will do the rest. After you're done all this you might have to hit OK and it will ask you to restart your PC. Once you've restarted, go back into Device Manager and see what version you have. You should be OK.
    lolll...i feel like i'm trolled that step to step explanation.....i may be too cautious in my question but not a noob btw.
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  6.    19 Apr 2017 #426
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    Quote Originally Posted by sreekantt View Post
    lolll...i feel like i'm trolled that step to step explanation.....i may be too cautious in my question but not a noob btw.
    Just wanted to help. Never said or thought you were a noob. Easy now.
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  7.    19 Apr 2017 #427
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    Quote Originally Posted by asturias7 View Post
    Just wanted to help. Never said or thought you were a noob. Easy now.
    juz kidding....thanx anyways ...
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  8.    20 Apr 2017 #428
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    @asturias7 I ran Rapr & should I remove hdxsrsa.inf (6.0.1.8036)?
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  9.    20 Apr 2017 #429
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    Quote Originally Posted by khanmein View Post
    @asturias7 I ran Rapr & should I remove hdxsrsa.inf (6.0.1.8036)?
    Why do you want to remove it?
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  10.    20 Apr 2017 #430
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    Quote Originally Posted by khanmein View Post
    @asturias7 I ran Rapr & should I remove hdxsrsa.inf (6.0.1.8036)?
    I personally don't like leftover stuff so you suggest just leaving it?
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