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Corrupted Audio Card

How can we reinstall it? Is there an available installer that can be downloaded online?

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  • Anonymous Apr 10, 2009

    hi i have realtek audio driver sofware but its not working so i want to install it now what must i do

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Was it corrupted by a power surge? Did you plug the speakers into the audio card jack while they were on and you heard a crackle or pop? If so, power off the machine, unplug it, touch a nearby metal object to ground yourself, open the case, disconnect any wires to the card, remove it from the motherboard and then put it back in. Reverse the steps and then power it back on. It should work.

If it still doesn't....

Go to the manufacturers website and find the support page. Download any necessary drivers for your audio card. Open them and they'll auto-install (usually). If it still doesn't work then try your card on another machine somewhere else to verify if it's fried or not.

Good luck!!

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Heres the quick solution...
http://www.bram.us/2008/08/20/fix-to-the-hd-audio-bus-driver-failed-to-load-0xe0000227-realtek-high-definition-audio-driver-install-has-failed-errors/

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