New Realtek HD Audio Drivers (ver. 1.78 -- 26 September 2007)

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Hardware' started by Cal Bear '66, Sep 26, 2007.

  1. Cal Bear '66

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    Cal Bear '66, Sep 26, 2007
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  2. cool downloading now but be ready to get to your 50th birthday before you
    get it the download is SLLOOOWWWW

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    jonathan perreault, Sep 26, 2007
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  3. Cal Bear '66

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    Realtek is ALWAYS slow. Actually, today the download was relatively (for
    Realtek) fairly snappy.


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    Cal Bear '66, Sep 26, 2007
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  4. was what that about in the instalation something about click setup on the
    original driver after the setup is done, to fully install the new drivers it
    was the dumbest message i ever saw.

    what i got was after installing the new drivers i have to reinstall the old
    driver so that the new rivers are fully installed?

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    jonathan perreault, Sep 26, 2007
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  5. Cal Bear '66

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    Yes, in Taiwanese, that means that you have to run the file twice -- the first
    time to remove the older drivers, reboot, run the file again, and reboot again
    to complete the installation and fully install the new drivers.


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    Cal Bear '66, Sep 26, 2007
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  6. well it seems i shoulda listen to the sign now i lost all my drivers for the
    sound

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    jonathan perreault, Sep 26, 2007
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  7. Cal Bear '66

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    No, run the newly downloaded file twice (not the older driver file the second
    time).


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    Cal Bear '66, Sep 26, 2007
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  8. shoot dammmm i didn't save the file i just said run instead of save that
    means i have to download again, and i obviously didn't learn my lesson i
    just caught my self doing it again on the same file

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    jonathan perreault, Sep 26, 2007
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  9. well i'm back where i started for some reason the old drivers came back on
    so i had to removed them again and now i will have to reboot for a third
    time, and i have to download the file again this time i said save, cuz i'm
    tired of waiting for this stupid file, and i wrote a complaint to realtek to
    tell them to increase the download speed.

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    Translator English - French - Creole, Sep 26, 2007
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  10. ok it worked and the sound is 25% louder, yes that is accurate number, i was
    wandering is the hd audio manager usefull in anyway to make the sound louder
    or is it just a shortcut for programs?

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    Translator English - French - Creole, Sep 26, 2007
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  11. Cal Bear '66

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    When you right click on the red speaker icon in the Notification Area and select
    Sound Manager (or Control Panel [Classic view] > Realtek HD Audio Manager), it
    provides a nice graphical interface and many more options to configure the
    device and when you click the "Device advanced settings" link in the upper right
    corner, there are settings not available in the Recording devices setting of
    Control Panel > Sounds.


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    Cal Bear '66, Sep 26, 2007
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  12. but does it increases or helps increases the volume or it's only settings
    cuz i diable it from starting but the volume on my pc isn't as high as i'd
    like and i disable the manager to run cuz of the ram and i don't like the
    icon in the taskbar but i might put it back on, if it's helpfull for the
    sound

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    Translator English - French - Creole, Sep 26, 2007
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  13. Cal Bear '66

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    If you don't like the icon in the Notification Area, then you can get to the
    Realtek HD Audio Manager through Control Panel.


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    Cal Bear '66, Sep 26, 2007
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  14. I just d/loaded it in 1m 17 secs from site 3
    i have a 4meg cable b/band connnection
     
    Dr. Hackenbush, Sep 27, 2007
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