RealTek Ac'97 Audio Driver for Beta 2 5384.4


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Guest

I am not having any luck getting an audio driver to work with this build.

I am running an HP PC,
AMD 64 X2 3800+
1 GB RAM
RealTek AC'97 Integrated Sound

I have tried HP directly, and have also tried the Nvidia and Realtek Vista
Beta1 drivers. Anyone have any other suggestions?

--->Thanks Much!
 
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G

Guest

Hello i tried to install these drivers and it said microsoft bus drived
needed to be loaded into the system first can you lend and help on this?
 
G

Guest

I also tried to install these drivers and it said microsoft bus drive needs
to be loaded...etc
Someone please help on this subject. Thanks in advance.
 
G

Guest

While I don't have exactly what you have, mine is Realtek 882D integrated
sound on an ASUS board, I also was unable to get any of the Vista 64bit
drivers from Realtek to install. Out of desparation I used the latest
installation pkg from ASUS, which I also use on my base XP 32bit install.
After installing the drivers and updating the driver from the device page
{using the pick from specific location option} I was presented with 4 options
of INF files to choose from, first one would not install, but the second one
did, and after rebooting I had sound.

Might be worth a try.

Joe
 
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Rick

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Guest

try this link to a beta driver:




http://w3serv.realtek.com.tw/downlo...52&famid=2004052&series=2004061&Software=True

Rick said:
Why don't you try the ones from Realtek? They
even have a Vista Beta driver!

http://www.realtek.com.tw/downloads...s=2004061&Software=True&title=HD Audio CODECs

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While I don't have exactly what you have, mine is Realtek 882D integrated
sound on an ASUS board, I also was unable to get any of the Vista 64bit
drivers from Realtek to install. Out of desparation I used the latest
installation pkg from ASUS, which I also use on my base XP 32bit install.
After installing the drivers and updating the driver from the device page
{using the pick from specific location option} I was presented with 4 options
of INF files to choose from, first one would not install, but the second one
did, and after rebooting I had sound.

Might be worth a try.

Joe
 
G

Guest

I went into Control Panel, selected Windows Update and Windows installed the
Realtek drivers. Sounds works fine although 5.1 sound comes out of only two
speakers and the woofer doesn't work.

Jonty
 
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CharlieR


Jonty said:
I went into Control Panel, selected Windows Update and Windows installed the
Realtek drivers. Sounds works fine although 5.1 sound comes out of only two
speakers and the woofer doesn't work.

Jonty
 

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