Realtek Audio

Discussion in 'Windows Media Player' started by skippiejohn, May 27, 2010.

  1. skippiejohn

    skippiejohn Guest

    I accidentally deleted my realtek audio device can some one tell me how to
    reinstall from the net???
     
    skippiejohn, May 27, 2010
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  2. Dear Skippie,

    I am using an Hp Pavilion Slimline desktop machine with win 7 home
    that has the realtek audio device installed from the factory. I Googled
    realtek on the web and found that there is lots of stuff (drivers, and such)
    available on the web directly from realtek, and others. I am only guessing
    here, but I suspect you were poking around in the control panel under
    system, and deleted it from hardware manager (I hope that I am using the
    proper terms here). It should be a simple matter of "adding new hardware"
    (the realtek audio), and installing the appropriate drivers there. If,
    however, you feel uncomfortable in doing this on your machine yourself, you
    may want to get a more knowledgeable friend to assist you doing this, or,
    just bite the bullet and take it to the Geek Squad, and pay them. Don't
    worry, you didn't "break" anything. You simply told windows not to use the
    realtek audio. Remember to download and save the driver from the web. (some
    of us at one time, or another have done some silly things with these
    machines!). Don't worry, it's all a part of the learning curve. Please post
    a response and let me know how you're making out.
     
    Art Schreuder, Jun 17, 2010
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