Latest Realtek HD Audio Driver Version

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    JohnnyGui said: View Post
    So where do the new compatible drivers for my device from sources such as LapTVideo2Go come from originally if manufacturers decide not to bother to update older systems?
    There's a lot of hardware abandoned by their manufacturers but most drivers still work. They just have no incentive to support them any longer. They'd rather sell new stuff.
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  2.    #2232

    JohnnyGui said: View Post
    So where do the new compatible drivers for my device from sources such as LapTVideo2Go come from originally if manufacturers decide not to bother to update older systems?
    The drivers are released from Realtek, so Realtek does what they supposed to do....
    I would guess that the updated drivers are available to manufacturers only, since they're not available to the general public (but we get them, unofficially, from people who have access to the Realtek ftp site).
    Now whether the manufacturer will get into the process of updating the drivers for their machines (especially the older ones) is a completely different story and definitely up to them and their marketing policy.
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