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Nature of Problem:Realtek HD Driver Instllation failure

Hi, when i try to install Realtek HD Driver it shows the following message : Realtek HD Driver Instllation failure. so i can't hear any sound from my speakers. how can i solve the problem?

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What PC do you have? Do you know the model of the soundcard?

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See first the auido file is playing or not. if it plays then it is the problem of hardware due to power supply it may not audioable connect near by hardware engg
or else ask me on ramu4all31@gmail.com
if u cannot play it. it will shown that audio drivers are not present an atlernet way of installing is by downloading driver detect and finding the correct drivers form internet so that u can download it

try to install in background mode by typeing the a statement cmd in command prompt by opening the filename.exe /s

or else update the drivers from intermet

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Well mahatab9, you have not told us if there is any audio driver installed on your computer or not. But the error message clearly stated that, you have an audio driver already installed for your motherboard model. So, if the driver is not properly working or you just want to upgrade it, you should use Intel Auto Driver Updater for best result. This will show if there is any updated version of your installed drivers are available or not. To do this, click on the following link to automatically identify and update your drivers and softwares.
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Now click on "Check Your System for Latest Updates" to start analyzing your computer. This will show whether your system requires an upgrade or not.
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But still, if this utility doesn't show any upgrade to your audio driver, then you can manually download this driver as your motherboard INTEL DG31PR supports the Realtek HD Audio driver only for best response. If you have already installed any other audio driver than Realtek, please uninstall that and install this one. To download this, click on this following link:
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