It bugs me also! Originally Posted by MOK Computer powers off in sleep mode BIOS updates are not required or something that should be done just because there is a update available. So I suppose my final take on this is that Windows is ignoring the drivers I install, and opting to use their own, since there’s been no reference to Realtek.
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MSI Realtek High Definition Audio Driver Driver – TechSpot
All times are GMT Sign in anonymously Don’t add me to the active users list. Despite all the combinations of actions I’ve gone through, in addition to an extra reformat and OS install, I continue to have no playback devices listed within the “Sound” section of the control panel. My Window’s Media Player, won’t reconize any Cd that i try to play I’ve done multiple rounds of deleting, resetting, safe mode-ing, reinstalling, windows installer-ing, manual installing, etc.
Edited by Alagarazu, 20 January – Motherboard’s and their integrated devices are often custom-made for the major PC builders, and custom-made devices require custom-made drivers. So, you first need to ascertain whether the sound adapter is “integrated” on the motherboard, or if it’s a separate add-on card which sits in a PCI slot.
The audio is motherboard integrated, as that was part of why I selected this component for my friend, years ago.
[SOLVED] "No Audio Output Device is Installed"?
Posted 24 January – I’ll close this thread then and good luck with the new card. Maybe I’ll wait on that though. Remember me This is not recommended for shared computers.
Anyways, if it worked 719, then that would seem to indicate that the BIOS isn’t part of the problem. Windows Vista Ultimate 64 sp1.
So I suppose my final take on this is that Windows is ignoring the drivers I install, and opting to use their own, since there’s been no reference to Realtek. Click here to Register a free account now! I’ve attempted to use a Catalyst bundle that ATI offered for the motherboard’s chipset.
I’m not sure what to look at next. BIOS updates are not required or something that should be done just because there is a update available. The basic problem is that I’m not getting.
Thank you for responding. Yeh, I’d downloaded those drivers very early on, with no luck. At the time I thought it was unlikely to be the issue.
MS Motherboard & Windows 7
Once again, thank you for helping me in the past and present, good TSF members. There is no try. At this point, Audik spent enough time that I’m just gonna buy a cheapo sound card and forget about it. I built this PC about 5 years ago. It’s on the link oldf rt gave Used the Live Update tool, didn’t get anywhere.
In theory either of these bundles should have contained appropriate drivers, as that seems to be the going custom. User Name Remember Me? Posted 25 January – Updating your BIOS will have no effect on the mmsi your having.
It’s on the link oldf rt gave. There are no PCI cards.