Getting the realtek audio driver for my pc:


Don Breda
 

Hello listers,


During a windows 10 update MicroSoft replaced my realtek audio driver with one of its own.


Now I get crackling in the audio when jaws nvda or narrator speaks.


I have tried in vain to find the proper realtek audio driver for this HP Z220 CMT Workstation
 pc running windows 10 pro 64 bit.

An old piece of junk computer I admit but would like to put back the proper realtek drivers.


I even downloaded the hp support assistant which I thought would helpp but even thogh its much more accesible now then it used to be it is to dumb to figure out that a microsoft audio driver is installed for the onboard realtek device.


Any help appreciated.


Thanks in advance.


Don


Georgina Joyce
 

Hello,

I am on my Mac currently. But can't you select the Microsoft driver in device manager and select the previous driver? Sorry, can't access my windows machine to check exact phrase. You usually access the menu by the applications key or Shift + F10.

Regards,


On 10 Oct 2021, at 16:55, Don Breda <don.breda@gmail.com> wrote:

Hello listers,


During a windows 10 update MicroSoft replaced my realtek audio driver with one of its own.


Now I get crackling in the audio when jaws nvda or narrator speaks.


I have tried in vain to find the proper realtek audio driver for this HP Z220 CMT Workstation
pc running windows 10 pro 64 bit.

An old piece of junk computer I admit but would like to put back the proper realtek drivers.


I even downloaded the hp support assistant which I thought would helpp but even thogh its much more accesible now then it used to be it is to dumb to figure out that a microsoft audio driver is installed for the onboard realtek device.


Any help appreciated.


Thanks in advance.


Don





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John Covici
 

Can't you go to the hp site, find your product and download the
drivers from there? I just recently had to do this with an Asus mb,
maybe you have to do it by the mother board as well.

On Sun, 10 Oct 2021 11:55:35 -0400,
Don Breda wrote:

Hello listers,


During a windows 10 update MicroSoft replaced my realtek audio
driver with one of its own.


Now I get crackling in the audio when jaws nvda or narrator speaks.


I have tried in vain to find the proper realtek audio driver for
this HP Z220 CMT Workstation
 pc running windows 10 pro 64 bit.

An old piece of junk computer I admit but would like to put back
the proper realtek drivers.


I even downloaded the hp support assistant which I thought would
helpp but even thogh its much more accesible now then it used to
be it is to dumb to figure out that a microsoft audio driver is
installed for the onboard realtek device.


Any help appreciated.


Thanks in advance.


Don





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Don Breda
 

I tried that John with no luck.


I use the hp model number and it showed me everying but audio stuff grin!

I can't believe even the hp support assistant couldn't detect this.

I may try something crazy like installing their windows 7 64 bit driver then trying to update it.


Don't know yet.


Beyond rediculous.


Don

On 10-Oct-21 12:41 PM, John Covici wrote:
Can't you go to the hp site, find your product and download the
drivers from there? I just recently had to do this with an Asus mb,
maybe you have to do it by the mother board as well.

On Sun, 10 Oct 2021 11:55:35 -0400,
Don Breda wrote:
Hello listers,


During a windows 10 update MicroSoft replaced my realtek audio
driver with one of its own.


Now I get crackling in the audio when jaws nvda or narrator speaks.


I have tried in vain to find the proper realtek audio driver for
this HP Z220 CMT Workstation
 pc running windows 10 pro 64 bit.

An old piece of junk computer I admit but would like to put back
the proper realtek drivers.


I even downloaded the hp support assistant which I thought would
helpp but even thogh its much more accesible now then it used to
be it is to dumb to figure out that a microsoft audio driver is
installed for the onboard realtek device.


Any help appreciated.


Thanks in advance.


Don






John Covici
 

Can you go by the specific motherboard? If you have belark advisor, it will tell you the exact model and manufacturer and maybe you can go from there.

-----Original Message-----
From: all-audio@groups.io <all-audio@groups.io> On Behalf Of Don Breda
Sent: Sunday, October 10, 2021 12:53 PM
To: all-audio@groups.io
Subject: Re: [all-audio] Getting the realtek audio driver for my pc:

I tried that John with no luck.


I use the hp model number and it showed me everying but audio stuff grin!

I can't believe even the hp support assistant couldn't detect this.

I may try something crazy like installing their windows 7 64 bit driver
then trying to update it.


Don't know yet.


Beyond rediculous.


Don



On 10-Oct-21 12:41 PM, John Covici wrote:
Can't you go to the hp site, find your product and download the
drivers from there? I just recently had to do this with an Asus mb,
maybe you have to do it by the mother board as well.

On Sun, 10 Oct 2021 11:55:35 -0400,
Don Breda wrote:
Hello listers,


During a windows 10 update MicroSoft replaced my realtek audio
driver with one of its own.


Now I get crackling in the audio when jaws nvda or narrator speaks.


I have tried in vain to find the proper realtek audio driver for
this HP Z220 CMT Workstation
pc running windows 10 pro 64 bit.

An old piece of junk computer I admit but would like to put back
the proper realtek drivers.


I even downloaded the hp support assistant which I thought would
helpp but even thogh its much more accesible now then it used to
be it is to dumb to figure out that a microsoft audio driver is
installed for the onboard realtek device.


Any help appreciated.


Thanks in advance.


Don