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I accidently uninstalled realtek audio consol manager

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  • Thomas F. Schneider May 11, 2010

    NO problem . Just use your original install disk and reinstall it. 
    If you don't have it, We need the make , model of you computer or audio card if a seperate item,and type of windows you are using to help locate it for you.  

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Try to restore the previous settings of your computer. There's an option to restore that, open the start button, click programs, click accessories, click system tools and choose system restore. Choose the previous date to go back to the restore point.

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Audio driver for LGR405 was disabled or maybe corrupted


Hello there.
Uninstall your current audio driver ( go to Device manager, right click on Realtek audio, click uninstall), restart your computer, and then install this driver
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realtek hd manager is bundled with audio driver, if you uninstall it , this mean you uninstall audio driver too, just install again audio driver and you got your sound again
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I have accidently uninstalled realtek ac97 audio from my computer.please can you tell me how to get it back


http://download.cnet.com/Realtek-AC-97-Driver-Windows-98-Me-2000-XP-2003/3000-2120_4-10238712.html

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Install realtek hd audio driver failure error code oxe0000227


1) open device manager click "system devices" disable "microsoft UAA bus driver for high definition audio"
2)uninstall "UAA bus driver" make rescan devices (Note: Not all had this step. You may want to skip it.)
3) install realtek driver the realtek driver includes the UAA driver too.

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No Sound


ATI is the graphics card developer. Your motherboard has onboard audio that appears to be Realtek. You should not have an ATI sound driver... as they don't exist.

I'm assuming you're using WinXP to make thing simple. If you're using Vista, try to do the equivalent.

Since your graphics card is capable of HDMI, the problem could be that the card expects to output audio through your graphics card rather than the sound card. Check start -> Control Panel -> Sounds and audio. -> Sounds and Audio Devices /or/ Adjust Speaker Settings -- go to the Audio tab and make sure it says Realtek for output. If it shows more than one output device, set it to realtek. If it doesn't show realtek, follow the below instructions, and then double check at the end that the Output device is set to Realtek.

1>Please go to HP's site and download their Audio drivers.
2>Go to Device manager -> Sound, Video, and game controllers.
2.1> Does it have an entry saying "Realtek blah blah Audio" there? If not, what entries does it have for audio? Ignore Audio Codecs and Legacy Audio Drivers.
2.2>If there's nothing there, you need to install the drivers you downloaded. If there is something there, please continue to #3.
2.3>After installing the driver, restart computer.
2.4>Once computer is restarted, go start -> Control Panel -> Sounds and audio. -> Sounds and Audio Devices /or/ Adjust Speaker Settings. Hit the button labeled Advanced and adjust the speaker setup to whatever you have - surround sound, 5.1, quad, stereo, whatever.
2.5> Go to #5
3> If there is anything that says Realtek/Azalia Audi, right click it and Uninstall.
3.1> Restart computer.
4>Install audio driver you downloaded, and perform #2.4.
5>Find the driver icon (there's probably on in the task tray) or find it under start -> Control Panel -> Sounds and audio. Set your speaker settings there as well. Audio I/O should specify what ports go to what speakers What you set in windows should match the Realtek audio manager's speaker setup.

If problem persists, please report this.

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I accidently uninstalled realtek ac97 audio from my laptop


HI

Below are two links where you can find the drivers for your sound card.
After downloadiing them follow the on-screen instructions to install the drivers.

You can also do it through your Device Manager console.

http://www.download.com/Realtek-AC-97-Driver-Windows-98-Me-2000-XP-2003-/3000-2120_4-10238712.html

http://www.download3k.com/System-Utilities/System-Maintenance/Download-Realtek-AC-97-Drivers.html

You might want to also try the realtek website for more info.
Hope everything works fine
Cheers

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assuming your'e not accidently muting it, it could be a sound driver corrupt, so go to my computer icon, right click>properties>hardware tab>device manager and look down list to sound, video and game controllers and click on the '+' sign. Look down the list for either realtek ac97 audio, or ac97 audio controller and right click on it and select uninstall. Restart notebook and the driver will automatically re install and should be ok,unless you have speaker trouble.

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