Latest Realtek HD Audio Driver Version

  1.    48 Minutes Ago #1991

    Cliff S said: View Post
    Actually I posted a little while back that Microsoft does not support using Device Manager anymore to uninstall & install any 3rd party drivers(either this thread or the UAD one).

    It can still be done, but generally with less than satisfactory results.

    It's recommended to use an installer/uninstaller.
    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/...ing-a-driver-t
    I see. So is this how everyone in this thread installs new Realtek HD drivers? By using the 'Add or Remove Programs' screen? Strange that I saw no mention it before, and that all methods seemed to involve the Device Manager!

    Thanks though. I'll test this out when I'm at my home PC again.
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       26 Minutes Ago #1992

    Some still use Device Manager, but to each his own
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  3.    17 Minutes Ago #1993

    DDU which can also uninstall sound drivers too and clean leftovers which no other method can and is free and portable.
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