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Windows 7: Runaway Program

29 May 2010   #11

Windows 7 Professional SP1 - x64 [Non-UEFI Boot]

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Puddin Man View Post
>No you shouldn't uninstall both of them...You might have HDMI plug that's why both are installed. Unless you have an Ati card with their proper HDMI driver.

>Now you think the "Garbage Ware" is away, simply install your 2.48 drivers and that's it!

I installed. The runaway came back. I installed again. It went away.

But I can't find the Realtek 2.48. Where the flog does it hide it?

It is normal to install twice the Realtek driver 2.48
First it will uninstall the driver, then the second time it"ll definetly install it.

Now all is set, you should find an icon in your control Panel "Realtek HD Audio Manager".

Have a look aswell in your device manager if all the drivers are there:

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29 May 2010   #12
Puddin Man

Win7 Home Prem. 64 OEM

>Now all is set, you should find an icon in your control Panel "Realtek HD Audio Manager".

I can find it in Cntl Panel.

>Have a look aswell in your device manager if all the drivers are there:

In DM I find only the other 2 (Intel and MS).

The Realtek mess is almost unbelievable.

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