Windows 10: Windows 10 updates knocked out Realtek Audio Manager NO SOUND...WHAT?

  1.    09 Jan 2017 #1

    Windows 10 updates knocked out Realtek Audio Manager NO SOUND...WHAT?


    HP Pavillion 500-410 original Windows 7 Pro upgraded to Windows 10 Pro. Logitech x-530 (5)-speaker system was the BOMB! Now after several updates, the icon speaker in task bar has an x by it, and when I run troubleshooter, the message states that "no audio devices installed" for playback or recording sections. They are "blank" and "greyed out". When I go to device manager, there is no longer a category for sound. Downloaded appropriate drivers from Realtek site. My Audio Manager is gone and Have run all HP and Microsoft troubleshooters to no avail . Have wasted many an hour reading about this issue... with MANY other victims...but no FIX!
    Help....This is my only source of music and REALLY need a REAL fix. Thank you,
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  2. dencal's Avatar
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    W10 Pro + W10 Preview
       09 Jan 2017 #2

    Hi TR
    Open Settings, click on Devices then Connected Devices and add as attachment.
    If already there and not working uninstall and reinstall.
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