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I cant install a driver for my audio. it is realtek and the problem started when i upgraded to windows 7 64bit before i had a windows 7 32 bit. all drivers worked on the 32 bit. i have tried to install a realtek driver for my audio. when the installation get finished then i have to restart my pc, but when it booted up, the sound still doesn't work. no driver was installed. -_-....... but will it work with a SDM USB Sound Adapter??????
Hello is the mainboard supporting the 64 bit system ???
But you can install a soundcard supporting the 64 bit system
if it is a desktop.
The usb adapter need also to support the 64 bit system or it will not work.
Try searching at the pc`s homepage for the sounddrivers for the 64 bit system.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go to the Intel website, ...
Select your operating system, and download the audio driver for your device.
Before you install it, restart your pc ,Log into the Bios, make sure that your onboards audio is enabled might say onboard AC97.....
Then go and install you driver for the device, Hope that helped you, IOf not let me know
Posted on May 28, 2009
First uninstall driver and software from add remove program. Then install chipset driver>>then run sound driver setup>>when it will ask for driver search click cancel after the installation process restart computer.
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
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Update your embedded sound from Realtek to the latest AC'97 codec.
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