What video card are you using? Friday, June 5, 1: The Realtek HD audio drivers should be, by default Windows 7 native drivers – and they should have been installed by default when you installed Windows itself. Marked as answer by dwolters Editor Wednesday, June 10, 3: I have done everything everyone has said on this page and still nothing.

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To install something in compatibility mode, you would right click aurio the install program, choose ‘properties’ and then find the ‘compatibility’ tab. So if you boot into Vista, it’s all good – and everything works, when you restart into Win 7, it doesn’t I cannot find anything under C: Windows 7 IT Pro.

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Amith, Once you are done with what Wolfie2k6 said, I’d go back and uninstall the driver and install it in compatibility mode and see if that helps. Windows 7 Miscellaneous https: Wednesday, June 10, 3: Make sure the speakers have a small green check mark on them.


This has only happened since I upgraded to Windows 7! You say you’re not getting sound from Windows Media Player – but are you getting anything bigabyte speakers otherwise?

Right-click on the speaker icon and select Playback Devices – this should list all audio components built adio the system.

Friday, February 18, Remove From My Forums. On my Gigabyte motherboard granted, it’s an Athlon 64 based boardbut Realtek is pretty much Realtek Right-clicking on realtek gives me “audio devices”. Saturday, February 19, Not an IT pro?

Thursday, June 11, 7: Auvio it installed correctly? At the top, there’s a drop down allowing you to select the default audio device. Click the Properties button.

Look for the Speakers on that tab. Friday, June 5, 6: Friday, June 5, 3: Office Office Exchange Server.

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Pick the OS version you want the driver to install as, then ok out and run the install program. Of course in my case it’s D: It’s dark, you could have accidentally plugged it into the wrong one.


Friday, June 5, 7: Use this forum to discuss miscellaneous issues that cannot be covered in any other Windows 7 forum. Marked as answer by dwolters Editor Wednesday, June 10, 3: Look on the Devices tab.

Friday, June 5, 2: There IS one other thing to check. Let us know what happens Secondly, I’d triple check to make sure my speakers were plugged into the correct port on the back of the box.