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Windows 7: Sound dissapear when turn OFF/ON on Realtek

14 Apr 2009   #1
jeanfrederic

windows Seven 32bit RC
 
 
Sound dissapear when turn OFF/ON on Realtek

Hi guys,
I have a strange issue on a computer's friend.
I've just installed Seven 7068 on his Asus M2V mobo (Realtek HD inside) with no problem. So I install the driver Realtek r2.21 HD -> no problem -> reboot 10 times -> no problem -> turn OFF then turn ON -> no sound anymore (mind the driver is still activated and i even can increase or decrease volume, but no sound can be heared.
So I install the driver again -> sound's back working! -> turn OFF/ON -> again no sound.
What's that mess? How can Seven looses the sound but NOT the related driver?

Thank you for your help.


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14 Apr 2009   #2
Mark

Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jeanfrederic View Post
Hi guys,
I have a strange issue on a computer's friend.
That's new, I didn't know computers had friends, lol

Have you had a look at sound manager and checked that it setup correctly and tested the sound output with different configurations?

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Have you also checked that the correct playback device is selected?

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