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I have no sound on GEForce 7050M-MV2.0 I run

I have no sound on GEForce 7050M-MV2.0 I run the disc that came with it and get the error message: Can not install Realtek HiDef audio, the device's co-installer is invalid.

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Hi,

Need to cross check some points:

-> check if Realtek already installed in Add/remove Programmes ( can be some CMI entry and Broadcom entry)

If yes->

Start Windows in safe mode.

-> Ignore (cancel) all “found new hardware” prompts

-> Uninstall Realtek(CMI) and Broadcom applications from Add/Remove Programmes

Reboot into normal mode… ignore all found new hardware prompts again

run the driver CD again for both.

I Hope it will work.

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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