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Topic # 53611 11-Dec-2009 12:59
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Ok well I recently installed Win7 on my computer and I had to find a new audio driver as the one I had before was not compatible with Win7.
Downloaded a new one from Realtek and I installed it and it worked fine.
Till I turned my computer off.
So it seems every time i reset my computer it uninstalls my audio driver.
Help please.

My Computer:
It is on-board audio.
Mother Board: ASUS K8V-VM
Chipset: VIA K8M890CE + VT8237A
32Bit OS

Any questions that might help you help me are MORE than welcome! smile
Thanks.

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  Reply # 281515 11-Dec-2009 14:34
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  Reply # 281517 11-Dec-2009 14:37
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Ragnor: Duplicate post
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=50&topicid=53610


Yes...
That did not help....
So...?
Go away?
I made two because it belongs in both.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 281528 11-Dec-2009 14:53
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Nice knowing you Jexla. Great attitude, BTW. If you have two threads then which thread shall I post in to help you? Both?

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  Reply # 281605 11-Dec-2009 18:03
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Jexla:
Ragnor: Duplicate post
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=50&topicid=53610


Yes...
That did not help....
So...?
Go away?
I made two because it belongs in both.


Link was for other users benefit, having two threads with the same question in two different sections is not a good idea for a whole bunch of obvious reasons.

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  Reply # 281617 11-Dec-2009 18:50
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You are STILL not helping ME!
Which one would you like to help me in?
I am watching both.
Take your pick :)
Eny meny miny mo.

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  Reply # 281637 11-Dec-2009 20:29
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have you tried turning it off and on at the wall? :P




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  Reply # 281648 11-Dec-2009 21:49
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-.-
Come on....
Lol.
No joke here o.O

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  Reply # 281670 11-Dec-2009 23:33
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have a go with this driver:
http://downloads.guru3d.com/Realtek-HD-Audio-2.34-Driver-download-2391.html

your chipset is an ALC 660 which is listed as 'supported' by this version in win7.




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  Reply # 281672 11-Dec-2009 23:37
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Why thank you kind sir!
Someone that has somekind of help rather than complaining about something stupid!
I shall try this and get back.
Once again thank you.



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  Reply # 281677 12-Dec-2009 00:03
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SADLY.
This is just an older Version of the driver I already have :(

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