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  1.    30 Jul 2015 #11
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    Even after manually installing the right driver and restarting, I still have this issue. I'm using 6.0.1.7566
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  2.    30 Jul 2015 #12
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary View Post
    There might be something wrong with that first link to the Microsoft Update Catalog for version 6.0.1.7568. It keeps telling me no matter what browser I use to upgrade to a post-IE6 browser.
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  3.    30 Jul 2015 #13
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    Quote Originally Posted by AznBoy222 View Post
    Even after manually installing the right driver and restarting, I still have this issue. I'm using 6.0.1.7566
    Where did you download it from?
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  4.    30 Jul 2015 #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by itsmesbb View Post
    Where did you download it from?
    Same link that Gary posted. I just used Internet Explorer to download it. Too bad it still didn't fix the sound issue I have.
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  5.    30 Jul 2015 #15
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    Quote Originally Posted by AznBoy222 View Post
    Same link that Gary posted. I just used Internet Explorer to download it. Too bad it still didn't fix the sound issue I have.
    Alright, then I'll hold off on downloading that for now. I have a Windows Update for the Realtek driver I uninstalled that's waiting for me to accept it, I'll probably just resort to that in a few weeks after a few more drivers.
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  6.    31 Jul 2015 #16
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    Is there anyone else that has this issue and has fixed it yet?
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  7.    02 Aug 2015 #17
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    Finally have a solution that's similar to what itsmebb experienced. If you let Windows install a generic High Definition Audio Device as the driver it will work. Apparently, Windows 10 comes with one. If you go to the Realtek driver and update it, instead of searching for one on the internet, select the browse my computer option and let me pick and it'll have High Definition Audio Device as an option. Installing that one worked and fixed the audio issue on my end. The downside is you lose the Realtek HD Audio Manager program or whatever audio program came bundled with the driver, which means losing the options you could have with the sound.
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  8.    10 Aug 2015 #18
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    Well, Windows decided to just update itself and I ended up with another non-functional Realtek driver. Time to revert again I guess.
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  9.    04 Aug 2016 #19
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    Quote Originally Posted by JusMyBASSCannon View Post
    Kind of a hard problem to explain, but whenever I play anything after pausing it, the sound is randomly VERY loud, but the volume number never changes.

    For example: my usual listening level with headphones is 8. Say I'm listening to music with iTunes. I pause it for a bit, then when I go to play it again, the sound is like 10 notches higher than it should be, and when I check my volume levels on my computer, it stays put on 8, even though it's blasting. Adjusting the volume in any way fixes the problem and puts the sound to normal levels.

    And this happens with any sort of media. Basically anything that plays any sort of audio will be blasting until I adjust the volume.

    My sound driver is Realtek High Definition Audio version 6.0.1.7535


    It dosent matter what your realtek version is. You have go to the C:\Program Files\Realtek\Audio\HDA and open RtkNGUI64.exe .
    Thats it!
    And it will automatically turn on whenever you restart your pc.
    THANK YOU.
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  10.    04 Aug 2016 #20
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    Sound increase automatically whenever i pause my vidio.


    It dosent matter what your realtek version is. You have go to the C:\Program Files\Realtek\Audio\HDA and open RtkNGUI64.exe .
    Thats it!
    And it will automatically turn on whenever you restart your pc.
    THANK YOU.
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