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Realtek HD audio manager not showing up after reinstall

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#1 SavagedBlade


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Posted 03 September 2017 - 03:22 PM

So earlier today I uninstalled realtek audio drivers in the device manager under sound Andy reinstalled it with drivers from Realtek.com > downloads > 2nd download(64 bit). Now the audio is all good and working, I can hear clearly and my microphone works. The one thing I did notice is how the manager wasn't in control panel where it normally was. I tried unplugging my headset and re plugging it because that usually brought up a prompt but nothing happened. I then when to [my pc > program files > Realtek > sound > HDA] and I tried to manually open it with the .exe inside (guided by a website) and still nothing pops up. What happened to the manager?

I also heard that I need to download my motherboard's brand (MSI) drivers but I couldn't find them, MSI just directed me to the Realtek download page.

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