|15 Feb 2012||#1|
Realtek driver installed, but no Audio Manager
Well, I'm doing a fresh Windows install and I'm having a little problem. With my old system, along with the Realtek driver install, came an Audio Manager (with nice features such as an equalizer). Now with my fresh install (different motherboard, but on-board realtek sound), I just installed the latest driver for the Realtek High Definition Audio (R2.67) but there's no Audio Manager on my System Tray and according to Windows, It's using a Microsoft audio driver instead of the Realtek one. I need some help. Why is Windows not using the Realtek driver and how do I get back the Audio Manager?
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|16 Feb 2012||#5|
according to Windows, It's using a Microsoft audio driver instead of the Realtek one
Did you get this message when you installed "Windows can't verify the publisher of this driver software", if yes did you press "Install this driver software anyway"?
Also check this thread Where to find Realtek
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