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Windows 7: Realtek ALC268 strange behaviour

02 Jul 2009   #1

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Realtek ALC268 strange behaviour

OK - I have had the latest High Definition Audio Codecs - R2.27 installed on my Toshiba Satellite U300-113 - Core 2 Duo T5450 1.66 GHz -Realtek ALC268 for a while now.

It does some strange things, and is totally unreliable. The souncard seems to just be totally lost when I bootup sometimes, it doesn't show in my audio config or in its usual place in device manager >> sound cards etc

it is now showing under system devices - and the driver info is not showing - please see attached screenshots..

I have uninstalled & reinstalled the R2.27 software (however there is no Realtek interface that I can run - is this normal?)

I have uninstalled & reinstalled - I have disbaled and re-enabled..I have run the troubleshooter - all with no change.

There is no audio device being found.

I am pretty clueless how to take this forward, and what else I can do?

anyone else having major hassles with this?



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