|11 Jan 2010||#1|
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Sound devices windows don't show
Anybody having this weird problem in Windows 7? .... (With Realtek audio?)
After a clean boot of my computer, I try to manage my audio devices ...
The windows on the control panel refuse to open:
- when I select "Manage sound devices" from the Control Panel main window.
- when I select "Playback devices", "Recording devices", or "Sounds" from the Volume icon in the notification area.
Then when I put the computer to sleep, and then rewake it, the Sound Control Panels appear that I have requested before I put the PC to sleep...
I am running on a realtek high definition sound architecture, which is built onboard of my P5K/EPU ASUS motherboard. Latest drivers of realtek are installed.
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