Windows 10: Latest Realtek HD Audio Driver Version
ty dude for the latest update but, into Device manager when i go to Audio inputs and outputs---> right click Microphone ( Realtek High Definition Audio) and Speakers ( same ) properties driver date and driver version is different than ---> same in the Device manager "Sound, video and game controller, right click on realtek driver and the driver is the latest like you uploaded that info.
I hope you will understand me sorry for my english maybe i have some gramatically mistaskes but not american :P
Your English is fine steelseries.
I normally do a clean install with Realtek drivers. First I unzip the drivers into a temp directory then go to Windows Control Panel/Programs and Features, right click on the Realtek High Definition Audio Driver entry and select uninstall. The driver uninstalls and asks you to reboot which I do.
After rebooting I go to the temp directory where I unzipped the Realtek HD driver to and right click on the setup.exe file and select run as administrator. The driver then installs and asks for a reboot. I do this and everything is fine.
I've done it this way over the past five years through Windows 7 and Windows 10 and not had a problem.
However I don't use the Realtek drivers for my microphone or headset as it's a Plantronics USB one.
Driver version 220.127.116.1196 is now available on the Microsoft Update Catalog.
Brink, it's probably not worth updating the first page as although my link takes you to the page and you can add the drivers to your basket when you try to download them you just get an error message.
Microsoft Update Catalog
Last edited by DooGie; 18 Apr 2016 at 15:52.
Thank you DooGie. First post updated.
Thanks Brink, can you download the driver from there though? Am I doing something wrong?
I just tested, and it seems it has the same issue again.
So it isn't just me
This happened with the last Realtek HD driver that was on the Microsoft Update Catalog.
For my own purposes I think I'll stick with the Realtek ftp.
Hi all! I have a problem that's driving me crazy!! I reported this problem later in this thread and i'm still trying to solve it. The solutions i was given wouldn't help.
Problem is: everytime i turn on my computer i listen an annoying "shhhhh" distortion over every sound (sounds, music, movies) i hear. For example if i click on the volume icon, i hear the default "ding" sound, but with that "sshhh" at the end. I managed to record it and amplified the volume using Audacy for you to hear what i mean.
Vocaroo | Voice message
The only thing i can do at the moment is, whenever i turn on my computer, i desable the "Realtek High Definition Audio" on System/Device Administator and rightafter i enable it again. Like "reseting" the drivers. Problem solved, no "shhh" thing, but its not the real answer. So i think it has to be something involving drivers, any clue?? I've already tried unistalling/reinstalling drivers.
Thanks in advance!!
Any sound enhancements turned on ?
The catalog website says I need internet explorer.
So, when I use it I see the drivers to select but as soon as I add them for download into the basket I
get this message?
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