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Realtek HD Audio Manager missing from System Tray and Control Panel

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#1 maimee


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Posted 20 June 2011 - 01:51 PM

Hi everyone,

I've just installed the latest Realtek driver and the installation goes fine but Realtek HD Audio Manager won't appear in the Control Panel or the System Tray (however, when I go to customize the notification icons, Realtek HD Audio Manager appears as "Show icon and notifications").

I've tried reinstalling time and time again. Also, Device Manager shows 4 instances of "High Definition Audio Device" as well as Realtek High Definition Audio. I've tried uninstalling these and installing Realtek but Windows automatically installs them upon restart.

Anyone got any ideas?

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#2 NuckenFutz


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Posted 01 July 2011 - 03:01 PM

I have absolutely nothing. Report it to Realtek. I think they would be your best hope because like 213 views on here and no replys =o

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