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I had a similar problem with Realtek once after updating. The icon wasn't there and no sound. Go to Start> Control Panel. See if Realtek is there. Click the realtek tile there and go through the config stuff again. I've found you always have to reconfig realtek after updating the drivers, it's a necessary PITA lol.
If you have already looked in Start> Control Panel for the icon, then I would suggest trying to instal the driver again and see what happens. Pay particular attention when doing so to see if it asks you to install the Realtek Audio Manager. Make sure you click yes.
I am unfamiliar with the realtek thingy that asks you to check for drivers as mine doesn't have that. However, different MoBo manufacturers use different features from realtek. If nothing else has worked, go to the REALTEK Homepage. Kind of to the right, you will see something called 'quick links, see if yours is there" If you have ALC889, it's to the left. Follow the links until you get to the drivers and download them from there and install them.
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