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  1.    08 Aug 2017 #961
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    Quote Originally Posted by DooGie View Post
    Yes I used to post those. They were downloaded from the Realtek ftp servers which you needed to login with a password. Unfortunately the username and password for the server has been changed by Realtek and we are no longer allowed to access it.
    This the one ?
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  2.    08 Aug 2017 #962
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    Quote Originally Posted by CountMike View Post
    This the one ?
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    No Mike that's their everyday public website. If you rember a number of months ago I'd post a link plus username and password which gave a direct download link to the .zip file which contained all the installation files files including the install.exe.
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  3.    08 Aug 2017 #963
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    Quote Originally Posted by BugMeister View Post
    I am having the "Missing User Interface" problem..
    gave up messing with it - couldn't do via CAB,
    so I just deleted it completely and re-installed my ancient driver from my mobo disk
    at least I've got the interface back..

    - am I to assume that Windows10 update will auto-install the latest driver..??

    I do believe that the interface is gone in all new builds, as i had the same issue and had to move back to a factory i then updated to the new one with the cab file and it was back, but what i did discover is all the sounds and equalizer were there, but just in the windows sound effect area when you clicked the volume icon and clicked into it and went to enhancements, they were listed, so if i would have seen that at the time i would just stayed with what i got from them. i found this out later on a laptop that did the same thing. I think realtek is moving a way from it.
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  4.    08 Aug 2017 #964
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    DooGie, have a question. Was looking at older posts in the thread the other day, specifically in posts #225 and #226, what was meant by installing drivers via device manager is okay but it doesn't include tools and codecs? Since I thought it basically installed everything except the Start Menu based Realtek HD Audio Manager shortcut (.lnk) which seems to only be done with the setup.exe file while the Control Panel Realtek HD Audio Manager is installed both via the Device Manager and the setup.exe methods. Thanks!
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  5.    08 Aug 2017 #965
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tonyb View Post
    I do believe that the interface is gone in all new builds, as i had the same issue and had to move back to a factory i then updated to the new one with the cab file and it was back, but what i did discover is all the sounds and equalizer were there, but just in the windows sound effect area when you clicked the volume icon and clicked into it and went to enhancements, they were listed, so if i would have seen that at the time i would just stayed with what i got from them. i found this out later on a laptop that did the same thing. I think realtek is moving a way from it.
    Is the interface basically Realtek HD Audio Manager? If so, see my post #2864, it's not gone, just hidden in the registry.
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  6.    08 Aug 2017 #966
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    Quote Originally Posted by Almighty1 View Post
    So basically if you install and there is no Realtek HD Audio Manager in the Start Menu under Realtek, then your installation wasn't installed correctly. The Control Panel might just be hidden which the installer will never fix on it's own as I am sure it only handles installing and uninstalling the icon but not the hiding/unhiding part which is in another registry key as mentioned above.
    Installed correctly. its problem in driver 8186, other version its ok. But in this drivers from WU and station-drivers dont have DTS UltraPC 2 service.
    Quote Originally Posted by Almighty1 View Post
    enabling it by clicking on the "i" on the lower right of HD Audio Manager right above the "OK" button and click on "Display icon in notification area".
    Can be done differently, HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Realtek\Audio\RtkNGUI64\General and ShowTrayIcon change 0 to 1 and reboot.
    As you can see its parameter for RtkNGUI64, so Realtek HD Audio Manager its RtkNGUI64.exe not RAVCpl64.exe.
    Yes, after install 8186 i see in
    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\don't load RTSnMg64.cpl (in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Control Panel\don't load did not have RTSnMg64.cpl) and in HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Realtek\Audio\RtkNGUI64\General ShowTrayIcon=0. After deleted RTSnMg64.cpl in "don't load" and set ShowTrayIcon=1 anyway dont show in Control Panel, Realtek HD Audio Manager dont start.
    Here post few people who install 8186, they have too this problem.
    I stopped at 8224 and manually installed dts service for DTS UltraPC 2 from 8186. Sry for my English.
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  7.    08 Aug 2017 #967
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    Quote Originally Posted by Almighty1 View Post
    Is the interface basically Realtek HD Audio Manager? If so, see my post #2864, it's not gone, just hidden in the registry.

    Its not really its more like the integrated it with MS stuff all the sound enhancements are there and so forth, something i have not seen before really, as on my windows 10 pc they are not there they are in the realtek area, but on my other laptop the realtek manager is gone and they are in that area . so pretty wild really.
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  8.    08 Aug 2017 #968
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    Quote Originally Posted by Almighty1 View Post
    DooGie, have a question. Was looking at older posts in the thread the other day, specifically in posts #225 and #226, what was meant by installing drivers via device manager is okay but it doesn't include tools and codecs? Since I thought it basically installed everything except the Start Menu based Realtek HD Audio Manager shortcut (.lnk) which seems to only be done with the setup.exe file while the Control Panel Realtek HD Audio Manager is installed both via the Device Manager and the setup.exe methods. Thanks!
    That was a long time ago and I'm not quite sure what I was trying to say having read the post again. The post doesn't make much sense.
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  9.    08 Aug 2017 #969
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    Quote Originally Posted by Almighty1 View Post
    Glad to hear you got it working, can you share exactly what you did and do you actually have a Audio Manager in the control panel or just the start menu? The one in system tray is shown or not shown based on if you can run it from Control Panel and/or Start Menu or in other words, you have to open Realtek HD Audio Manager first and then enabling it by clicking on the "i" on the lower right of HD Audio Manager right above the "OK" button and click on "Display icon in notification area" as the later will toggle the icon from showing or not which should be instant as soon as you click on it.

    I can confirm I have the icon in tray AND in Control Panel. I do not see it on Start Menu, even if I type any combination of Realtek, Audio, Manager, HD Audio, Sound Manager, etc.

    I don't really care much for it in start menu, only wanted it in tray.
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  10.    08 Aug 2017 #970
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    Quote Originally Posted by ManHD View Post
    Installed correctly. its problem in driver 8186, other version its ok. But in this drivers from WU and station-drivers dont have DTS UltraPC 2 service.
    Can be done differently, HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Realtek\Audio\RtkNGUI64\General and ShowTrayIcon change 0 to 1 and reboot.
    As you can see its parameter for RtkNGUI64, so Realtek HD Audio Manager its RtkNGUI64.exe not RAVCpl64.exe.
    Yes, after install 8186 i see in
    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\don't load RTSnMg64.cpl (in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Control Panel\don't load did not have RTSnMg64.cpl) and in HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Realtek\Audio\RtkNGUI64\General ShowTrayIcon=0. After deleted RTSnMg64.cpl in "don't load" and set ShowTrayIcon=1 anyway dont show in Control Panel, Realtek HD Audio Manager dont start.
    Here post few people who install 8186, they have too this problem.
    I stopped at 8224 and manually installed dts service for DTS UltraPC 2 from 8186. Sry for my English.
    Yeah, there can always be bugs with certain versions of the drivers only for certain people while it works for others.

    I'm sure there was a registry key for it, just didn't know where it was. I am looking at my recycle bin and it sees like I went from 8176 to 8189 and skipped 8186. I also used the Setup.exe from Realtek's website that is 8036 and then installed the latest WindowsUpdate which was 8210 on top of it which restored the Realtek HD Audio Manager in start menu but not the one in control panel which was actually due to the don't load. There was probably a version prior to 8176 that I ran that did the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Control Panel\don't load withRTSnMg64.cpl. Did the Realtek HD Audio Manager start for you before you took out the RTSnMg64.cpl in the "don't load", I never had it in HKEY_CURRENT_USER though. Interesting why it put the Control Panel in don't load for some people but not others unless it was a specific version that did it and obviously Realtek's uninstaller probably does not even remove the don't load. How did you manually install the DTS Service for DTS UltraPC 2?


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