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  1.    05 Aug 2017 #941
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    Quote Originally Posted by DooGie View Post
    I'm only the messenger, I can only suggest that you go back to a driver that DTS does work.
    Realtek drivers vary from version to version, sometimes things things work other times they don't. Just try them out and see/hear which version you prefer
    I tried all versions after 8036. I just do not know how on 8186, because the realtek hd audio manager does not start. But I suppose it works on 8186, because DTS Ultra PC II works on those drivers where there is DTSU2PAuSrv64.exe. Although this may not be related.
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  2.    06 Aug 2017 #942
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    Quote Originally Posted by reddice View Post
    Sounds like mud to me I think 8219 sounds better. I however am using 8199 as WU keeps pushing it every time I uninstall the Realtek driver and all my disable update methods using third party tools don't work. It will hide them but after a reboot it will push the 8199 driver again.

    W10 now however does not inturrupt your audio it will just show a notification that a reboot is required because it updates while you listen to audio. If you are not listening to audio then it won't ask you to reboot.
    On my notebook, all the drivers sound roughly the same but ofcourse I am using Etymotic Research 4P and Ultimate Ears earphones and basically the sound is still inferior to my desktop PC which has a dedicated soundcard when Creative Labs had a external box and for that I have Acoustic Research (AR) Powered Partner 570 speakers connected which does 40Hz-25kHz using a built in high current 35Watts/channel amp.

    The only thing a bad driver did which I did encounter with one version back in the days of not long after Windows 10 Threshold 2 came out which was loss of sound and also what caused the original missing Audio Manager mess as mentioned in post #628 for example.

    As for Windows asking to reboot, I never have any audio when I update the drivers in device manager and it will always prompt for a reboot.
    Last edited by Almighty1; 06 Aug 2017 at 10:54.
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  3.    06 Aug 2017 #943
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    Quote Originally Posted by CapFlam128 View Post
    I went into Device manager. I choosed the High definition audio driver. Then Update driver. Choosed: search automatic. It found something and installed V. 10.0.15063.502
    Now I try to install 6.0.1.8224, but it tell I have a already have a better version. Wish one is best?
    What you want to do is when you select Update Driver in Device Manager, select "Browse my computer for driver software" and then "Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer" and then point it at the folder of the version of the drivers you want to install and then pick one of the shown list of compatible devices.
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  4.    06 Aug 2017 #944
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lanarchy View Post
    Hi everyone, I'm new here. Registered to post on this thread.
    Yesterday night, I updated sound driver and now, like others have mentioned here, I have lost Realtek HD Audio Manager. I happened upon this forums by Googling the issue, and sadly I have tried everything suggested here but it is still not working.

    When I try to update driver in Device Manager with the .cab one from Microsoft Update Catalog, Windows tells me the best one is already installed.

    I then tried post #2777's suggestion to just create a shortcut and put it in /start/Realtek but what happens is I do get an icon in Windows Start menu with Realtek HD Audio Manager but pressing it does nothing. I have verified the target and source are correct, and they include quotation marks.

    How can I get HD Audio Manager back? I really need it.
    Try this instead, when you install from device manager, you extracted the .cab file correct to it's own folder? What you should do is when you select Update Driver in Device Manager, select "Browse my computer for driver software" and then "Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer" and then point it at the folder of the version of the drivers you want to install and then pick one of the shown list of compatible devices. This assumes that when you did the "Browse my computer for driver software" and instead if choosing the "Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer" on the bottom, you selected the top option and pointed to the folder of the drivers you want to install under "Search for drivers in this location" including checking the box for include subfolders is what caused it to say Windows already has the best drivers installed. If not, then you should do that one as it should install the drivers. Otherwise, you will have to do the "Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer" option as mentioned and see if the HD Audio Manager works and then do post #2777 if needed and remember if you do manage to get HD Audio Manager opened and want it in your system tray, make sure to click on the "i" on the lower right of HD Audio Manager right above the "OK" button and click on "Display icon in notification area".
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  5.    06 Aug 2017 #945
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    Quote Originally Posted by ManHD View Post
    I tried all versions after 8036. I just do not know how on 8186, because the realtek hd audio manager does not start. But I suppose it works on 8186, because DTS Ultra PC II works on those drivers where there is DTSU2PAuSrv64.exe. Although this may not be related.
    Are you saying you see the icon for the Realtek HD Audio Manager either in Control Panel and/or Start Menu but it won't start when you click on it or are you referring to the icon in the system tray?
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  6.    06 Aug 2017 #946
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    May I ask, why the windows update (setting, update and security) do no find and install that driver?
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  7.    06 Aug 2017 #947
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    Quote Originally Posted by Almighty1 View Post
    What you want to do is when you select Update Driver in Device Manager, select "Browse my computer for driver software" and then "Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer" and then point it at the folder of the version of the drivers you want to install and then pick one of the shown list of compatible devices.
    Ok, I get a different message now. Click image for larger version. 

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  8.    06 Aug 2017 #948
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    Quote Originally Posted by Almighty1 View Post
    Try this instead, when you install from device manager, you extracted the .cab file correct to it's own folder? What you should do is when you select Update Driver in Device Manager, select "Browse my computer for driver software" and then "Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer" and then point it at the folder of the version of the drivers you want to install and then pick one of the shown list of compatible devices. This assumes that when you did the "Browse my computer for driver software" and instead if choosing the "Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer" on the bottom, you selected the top option and pointed to the folder of the drivers you want to install under "Search for drivers in this location" including checking the box for include subfolders is what caused it to say Windows already has the best drivers installed. If not, then you should do that one as it should install the drivers. Otherwise, you will have to do the "Let me pick from a list of available drivers on my computer" option as mentioned and see if the HD Audio Manager works and then do post #2777 if needed and remember if you do manage to get HD Audio Manager opened and want it in your system tray, make sure to click on the "i" on the lower right of HD Audio Manager right above the "OK" button and click on "Display icon in notification area".

    Hey Almighty1,

    Thank you for the reply. I actually got it fixed yesterday by using a method briefly mentioned here. A French poster on touslesdrivers.com forums made a step-by-step post on how to combine the .cab files with the WIN64 folder from another download, and then execute the setup file. That worked beautifully and I'm on 8219 now WITH HD Audio Manager.
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  9.    06 Aug 2017 #949
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    Quote Originally Posted by Almighty1 View Post
    Are you saying you see the icon for the Realtek HD Audio Manager either in Control Panel and/or Start Menu but it won't start when you click on it or are you referring to the icon in the system tray?
    There is no icon in the Control Panel, Start Menu, Taskbar and it does not start from "C:\Program Files\Realtek\Audio\ HDA\RtkNGUI64.exe".

    Added files DTSU2PAuSrv64.exe DTSU2PGFX64.dll DTSU2PLFX64.dll DTSU2PREC64.dll in folder 8224 and the missing lines in the HDXRT.inf file from 8186 and install. I had to disable driver signature verification. DTS Ultra PC II works.
    But I think it's possible and differently, for example, install 224, and then install the DTSU2PAuSrv64.exe as service and copy files DTSU2PGFX64.dll DTSU2PLFX64.dll DTSU2PREC64.dll to the windir/system32 and register them regsvr32.exe C:\Windows\System32\DTSU2PGFX64.dll, etc. I'll try later this method.
    Sry for my English.
    Last edited by ManHD; 06 Aug 2017 at 16:13.
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  10.    06 Aug 2017 #950
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    Quote Originally Posted by Christoph34 View Post
    then I'll stay with 8219 for now, I think is the best driver so far
    I agree and WU won't push 8199 anymore if I have 8219 installed. Also if you look at the generic HD audio driver you will see it is the same date.
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