Quote: Originally Posted by JoshDavis
In my BIOS i have two options for Azalia Codecs, auto and disabled. I have it on Auto. I have installed the driver for the onboard sound a couple of times to make sure the old driver has been removed.
When i turn on/restart my computer a Windows Update "Playing Audio" troubleshooter opens and says that re-intalling the driver might work and do I want to apply this fix? It tries to install an update for my Realtek High Definition Audio but fails. Same for the Microsoft Trusted Audio Drivers.
Realtek High Definition Audio has a driver problem Not fixed X"
In my device manager it shows Microsoft Trusted Audio Drivers and Realtek High Definition Audio under Sound, Video and Game Controllers but they both have the yellow triangle with exclamation mark in the middle.
Thanks for your reply.
Any ideas what could be going wrong?
Yep, "Auto" is the correct selection in the BIOS.
This is what Gigabyte lists. GA-965P-DS3P (rev. 3.3) - GIGABYTE - Support&Download - Motherboard - Driver
It's version 2.45 of the Realtek driver.
Do you have the Audigy out of the machine and removed any and all related creative drivers? (i looked at your spec)
i would use the Control Panel applet to remove all audio related drivers, first uninstalling them in Device manager then try the Gigabyte Realtek driver.
We've seen other problems here but not the audio device being recognized... not unless you have other cards or devices that are causing a direct IRQ or address conflict.