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Windows 7: Realtek HD audio manager interface not showing advanced settings

16 Jun 2014   #11

windows 7 ultimate x64

sorry for delayed reply,i tried just now,still its the same,hearing sounds both in headphone and speaker!!!

Tried again,it worked,that just heared sound from headphone,but again got the same issue!!!

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18 Jun 2014   #12

Windows 7 Pro x64 (1), Win7 Pro X64 (2)

Have you tried simply going with the ASUS-provided audio driver, from their driver support site for the G74sx? The support for the advanced features my be something that ASUS incorporated in their own Realtek audio driver installer file, that would not look the same coming from Realtek itself. Just a thought.

The audio driver from Realtek itself probably doesn't provide the ASUS-specific customizations for your laptop. For example, the Lenovo-provided Realtek audio driver for my W530 laptop includes a Dolby Surround app (including EQ, special effects, etc.) whereas I lose that Dolby app completely if I just go to the Realtek site for the driver for the Realtek chip in my W530.

The ASUS-Realtek audio driver normally proceeds as a 2-step process, the first one detecting your existing installed driver and uninstalling it, followed by an automatic re-boot. At re-boot time the installation process normally would automatically pick up again, this time doing the install itself (now that it sees you don't have an older driver currently installed). But there's a chance you may just need to manually run the installer file again after the re-boot, if the automatic-resume doesn't happen by itself.
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