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    guitarman is offline New Member
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    Question realtek issue

    i just bought a new computer windows 10 64 bit 16 gig of memory. on my previous system i had the realtek sound manager and want to put the same thing on this computer. when i navigate to the sound drivers in device manager the device drivers show up as " high definition audio drivers " (not realtek high definition audio drivers) manufactured by microsoft so i guess my question is this can i uninstall the current drivers and install the realtek drivers and will that allow me to install the realtek sound manager

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    RolandJS is offline Senior Member
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    I just now saw this, I think you can install the Realtek drivers, and have the Sound setting "point" to the realtek hardware (which is using the realtek software). I did that in my Windows 7 Pro, I have to point Sound to the stuff I want it to use.

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