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Windows 7: Cant play audio

28 Jun 2009   #11

Win 7; Vista; XP

I think better take the other guy suggestion to put in another HDD or new partition and install Vista to check whether sound device still work. as for your driver from Realtek R227 is correct.
but the intergrate sound device sometime fail, so you either RMA if still under warranty or add another sound card and disable the device in BIOS.

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 Cant play audio

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