Windows 10: Latest Realtek HD Audio Driver Version

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  1.    16 Jan 2017 #61

    Realtek's server has been down for the past few days.

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  2.    17 Jan 2017 #62

    spapakons said: View Post
    It's true that sometimes it takes too long to download anything from Realtek that makes you think you are connected to an old 56K modem instead of ADSL or VDSL! That's why I keep most common drivers in my Flash drive so they are available instantly for installation to a customer without losing valuable time to download them.
    Realtek's customers are companies making HW and OSs using their chips not end users. But still, I'm often amused how such large IT companies have such bad servers.
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  3.    18 Jan 2017 #63

    Website is up now.
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       18 Jan 2017 #64

    There is a new version on Microsoft Update Catalog. The version is 6.0.1.8040.

    Before the first page is updated, someone with more experience with Realtek drivers needs to investigate why this driver will not install.

    I get a message that the driver already installed is the best one.
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       18 Jan 2017 #65

    Thank you. First post updated. :)
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       18 Jan 2017 #66

    js1 said: View Post
    There is a new version on Microsoft Update Catalog. The version is 6.0.1.8040.

    Before the first page is updated, someone with more experience with Realtek drivers needs to investigate why this driver will not install.

    I get a message that the driver already installed is the best one.
    Just for kicks, I tried to install this driver and I get the same message on all my PC's with the realtek sound chip. Started with 8037 version.
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  7.    18 Jan 2017 #67

    Did this come with 8040 driver ?
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  •    18 Jan 2017 #68

    Gonna check that 2.81 now and will see what happens. i am not very optimistic to be honest.
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  •    18 Jan 2017 #69

    @Brink I downloaded the latest driver but it doesnt appear to come with an installer. I tried your tutorial on how to install a cab file but DISM reported error 2. Is there a proper installer for version 6.0.1.8040?
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  •    18 Jan 2017 #70

    swarfega said: View Post
    @Brink I downloaded the latest driver but it doesnt appear to come with an installer. I tried your tutorial on how to install a cab file but DISM reported error 2. Is there a proper installer for version 6.0.1.8040?
    Did you unarchive .cab file to a folder ?
    I also found this one: Realtek HD Audio Codec Driver 2.81 for Windows Vista/7/8/10 Driver - TechSpot on Realtek site last one is from 2013 !!!
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