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Realtek audio doesnt work properly

Anytime i play anything with sound i get repeaded messages.."a jack has been unlugged" and "you plugged a jack in"..this causes repeated and annoying interruptions to anything that has sound with it. Can anyone help???

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  • stephenr1962 Jan 16, 2009

    BillW50..I tried this solution but the popups keep appearing...any thoughts? or does anyone else have any suggestions?

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Yes! Open up the Realtek Sound Manager and click on the Audio I/O tab. And see that button that looks like a wrench icon on it. Click on it. Now uncheck this box and click on ok.

Posted on Jan 15, 2009

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