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Unfortunately the MS driver only gives 2 channel sound, so I'm limping along on this right now, but I don't see how I'm to get the Realtek stuff working. A RealTek driver was automatically installed when we installed Windows 7 64 bit, but since we couldn't get it to work we uninstalled it and got the one off of MSI's Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable. We had a 4 page thread here trying to find the problem, and eventually we got it.

The AMD sound from his card, which is disabled, "Speakers" from RealTek which aren't detected. Stay logged in TechPowerUp Forums Forums > Hardware > General Hardware > TechPowerUp Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current Visitors Recent Check to see if you audio works under linux, if so the problem is driver related. Have those 4 drivers copied to a USB thumb drive, ready for use after the Windows re-install is done.

Realtek Hd Audio No Sound Windows 7

Somehow, the installation wasn't able to complete due to some error.After this, I downloaded the latest driver straight from the realtek website and still received errors when attempting to install the Realtek Then do AMD catalyst, windows update etc.? #20 tren001, Jan 12, 2014 Blain Lifer Joined: Oct 9, 1999 Messages: 23,639 Likes Received: 2 Don't do an "Express" install of Contact Us Help Home Top RSS Terms and Rules Forum software by XenForo™ ©2010-2016 XenForo Ltd.

Thank you! Windows likes to see it as if was a Sound Card. The only difference being the install order of the drivers: 1. Realtek Hd Audio Manager No Sound Headphones Windows fresh install (with no network enabled) 2.

windows update (windows 7 automatically recognized my Zonet wireless USB card) 3. Realtek No Sound Windows 10 Add to Want to watch this again later? It seems so odd that a fresh install of windows would have such trouble with such a common driver such as Realtek audio. Logged david.clark11 PRIVATE E-2 Offline Posts: 5 « Reply #5 on: 06-January-16, 00:00:42 » I tried loading every driver I could with no luck.

I did the fresh install, and audio works with the default MS driver Then installed intel chipset drivers Then did Realtek drivers from MSI's website, and sound stopped working immediately. Realtek No Sound Windows 7 Yes i have tried everything from different speakers to different driver versions to no avail. I consider myself an "AudioPhoo(i)l and was astonished at how good it sounds coming through my Yamaha Home Theater receiver. « Last Edit: 28-December-13, 07:46:06 by DaElderGeek » Logged "The technology Join Forum | Login | Today's Posts | Tutorials | Windows 10 Forum | Windows 8 Forum Welcome to Windows 7 Forums.

Realtek No Sound Windows 10

Assuming it says "Ready" click on it, then click on "Set Default". I have windows 7 64 bit professional and installed all drivers from MB DVD i got with motherboard but Audio driver is not working. Realtek Hd Audio No Sound Windows 7 Loading... No Sound Realtek Digital Output At least with the new Samsung SSD all of the installing/uninstalling/rebooting is blazing fast so it's not as frustrating as it might be #15 tren001, Jan 12, 2014 vailr Diamond

It reads "Digital Display Audio: AMD High Definition Audio Device." All of the are enabled, but apparently none of them are plugged in.Help, anybody? I also tried install the Vista AC887 file and did now work either. I'm having the same problem, did you ever figure out how to fix it? Hard Disk(s): 60GB OCZ Agility3 (OS);500GB WDC Grn; 1x1TB WDC Blk (Backup) Optical Drive: Optiarc SATA DVD-RWDL Bla Bla LCD/CRT Model: ASUS PA823Q Case: Silverstone Raven 2 (all cables custom sleeved Onboard Audio Not Detected

Optical from RealTek, and RCA from RealTek. As sound card might be fine on the system and also drivers are loaded correctly. Then you should click on the Test button and you should hear test tones coming out of the appropriate speakers. Logged kaushal.kumar.sah PRIVATE E-2 Offline Posts: 1 « Reply #6 on: 05-August-16, 17:57:49 » I have purchased same motherboard MSI Z170A and facing the same problem.

Sound & Audio Realtek - sound not working right.Hi, I just installed windows 7 (clean). Motherboard Audio Jack Not Working Working... I am hoping someone here can give some advice about this.

I've reinstalled windows and then reinstalled the drivers and I cannot get any sound out of my speakers or headphones on either jack (front and rear).

Replacement audio chip realtek ALC883. - Duration: 39:49. The audio system worked when I powered back up. I had a similar issue with ALL Realtek drivers (MSI Live Update version, OEM version, generic, etc.) - detailed here: user having Realtek driver issues here: was able to Motherboard Audio Ports Not Working Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More...

I'd recommend a complete disc wipe, re-partition and re-install of Windows, then immediately thereafter installing the Intel Chipset drivers: Install the Realtek audio next, make sure those work, and only After downloading the realtek drivers...the sound did start working by switching from stereo to 7.1 speaker (in the realtek HD audio manager) the surround speakers work but the front left Maybe I will try those Win 8.1 drivers and see if they do anything. his comment is here Many times I uninstalled and reinstalled driver, even format the PC again but every step are going failed.

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windows can't detect headphone and speakers, it will only detect any soundcard on your system. Removing the AMD card was apparently something the OP wasn't willing to do, so hopefully he/she will take your advice here. #19 Ketchup, Jan 12, 2014 tren001 Member Joined: Feb I suspect we need to be using the "Speakers" device, but why is it saying nothing is detected even when he has headphones or speakers plugged into the back? Also: include an mp3 audio file along with the drivers stored on the USB thumb drive, for audio testing purposes. #22 vailr, Jan 12, 2014 tren001 Member Joined: Feb 6,

My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number Custom OS Windows 10 CPU I5 Motherboard MSI B85 Memory 16GB Graphics Card Nvidia GTX 660 Sound Card on board Sound Blaster Because the mobo doesn't have separate outputs for my Logitech 5.1 speakers (front, rear, center/sub), I installed the full set of updated Realtek drivers to allow me to re-map the line-in Correct. The hardware is at least partially working.

Working... The time now is 07:56. I would recommend using the free program "DriverMax": #16 vailr, Jan 12, 2014 Last edited: Jan 12, 2014 tren001 Member Joined: Feb 6, 2005 Messages: 186 Likes Received: 0 Sign in 1 0 Don't like this video?

Yes i have tried everything from different speakers to different driver versions to no avail. I can give that a try tonight. If not, then it is hardware related. #4 JManInPhoenix, Jan 11, 2014 Ketchup Lifer Joined: Sep 1, 2002 Messages: 12,698 Likes Received: 14 Are you using the drivers that came May 5, 2011 at 10:10 PM #3 OrbitzXT New Member Joined: Mar 22, 2007 Messages: 1,969 (0.56/day) Thanks Received: 59 Location: New York City System Specs System Name: AX-01 Processor: Intel

I would try the Linux LiveCD, just because you would want to discard that the issue is that the integrated Sound Card is dead (Sometimes they die, is rare but can Please try again later.