A tenfold woe to me! Beginning several weeks back, my speaking icon began to disappear from the Taskbar. I could go and did to Taskmanager and killed the Explorer and then installed (I'll call it install) it again.
A week or two later, it would disappear again. I was advised to uninstall the drivers in my Device Manager under Sound, Video and Game Controllers.
Three of them there drivers reappeared but this one did not, called NVIDIA Virtual Audio (wave extended) (WDM).
I've gone to the ASUS site (because this machine is an ASUS Rogue G750J) and downloaded the audio, but also was advised to download the latest video / Graphics Driver. Neither of these have reinstalled the NVIDIA driver.
Then to make things more exciting, another little speaker icon is now not working, one called the RAVCpI64. I noticed this when I plugged in my Bose headphones and the window that always comes up didn't.
If I go to the Taskbar, click properties / custom and to Turn System Icons On or Off, this icon is not showing - Realteck HD Audio Manager. It shows in the *Select Which Icons and Notifications Appear On the Taskbar* but not the former.
If one could even show me where to download the RAVCpI64 driver ...
Any help will be appreciated.
(Please do type very slowly in all responses in order for me to understand)
Edited by Rupert Cucumber, 04 December 2014 - 05:36 AM.