Realtek High Definition Audio, No Sound
the realtek high definition audio is giving me problems.i have tried installing the drivers but still not working.kindly assist me solve the problem.Thank you.
Sullly, tell me if you are installing the driver on a laptop or a tower system.
Swifty is saying go into the bios of the laptop or tower system.
You can do this when you press the power button on the system to start it.
To enter the bios you must press one of these three keys a second after power up and you see information on the screen, the keys to press will be.
The del key on the keyboard, or the F1 key or the F2 key.
Once in there you will be presented with a menu. Take a look around to see if the audio in the bios is enabled. Set it to HD audio as the option, then make sure you save the settings before you exit the bios.
You also need to go into windows device manager, and look under the section audio devices. If you have a yellow exclamation mark next to the device it means two things, you have the wrong driver for the audio chip on the board. so need to locate the right driver. or you have some sort of conflict with another device in the system stopping the sound chip from running. Once checked post again. One last thing if the Audio come back with no yellow exclamation mark next to it. Right click on the windows Speaker next to the time if it is there, and does not have a red X next to it. select playback devices. You should see Hd audio listed in a box. Right click on it if grayed out ,and select enable,Apply then ok. Then right click again after it and select set as default audio device.
Ok sulley, now are you using windows 7 ?
If you are, do this.
1. Click on the start pearl
2.Click on all programs.
4. System tools
5. System information.
In there if you look it will list the maker of the motherboard Ie: Asus, and it`s model number of the board. If you can find these then post them along with the OS you are using and the type 32bit os or 64 bit os. So we can hunt down a driver for you for the audio chip the board is using ok. Its driver error not the right one.
Hi weaselman, i have the same issue( device can not start, code 10) with my integrated audio. i installed the latest motherboard nvidia chipset driver and realtek audio driver....still same problem.
motherboard model: asus m2n-mx se with AMD processor
os: windows 7, 32bit
please try and help me fix this issue
I have experienced a similar issue quite often with my Realtek HD Audio Manager. One thing to try that just worked for me is to go into the Control Panel, and under Sounds and Audio Device Properties, make sure that the Realtek HD Audio is your default Audio device, not something else, such as my graphics card (why this was, I don't know, but would explain why there was no sound). Perhaps it had to do with my North Bridge, as it was simply called AMD HD Audio, and I have an AMD CPU and GPU.
In either case, check their to make sure Realtek is the default device. This fixed it for me right away.
I've had a similar problem with my Sony VAIO VPCEC1M1E for about 3-4 years the 2 3.5mm do not work and a USB port right next to it doesn't work either( in my device manager it doesn't even detect it) I've tried re-installing the old drivers and the new ones but no fix. When I try and open up the Realtek audio manager the .exe doesn't even open up it just blinks. I really need some help its about time I tackled this problem I would like to connect my new speakers and headset to it.
The problem I was having on my HP p6727 was the drivers kept trying to use the ANALOG headphone jacks, when I'm using a USB headset!! Solution - I uninstalled the Realtek HD drivers from HP. WIN 7 wasn't seeing the USB headset on a hub, so I plugged into the USB on the front of the machine. Instantly recognized new HW, started loading drivers. Works.