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Windows 7 .No audio


vs6gyrob

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Hi all, ,will try to be brief and factual..! The Motherboard is Foxconn 945G7MD series,socket 775 Processor INtel Pentium dual CPU E2180 2GB,Memory(RAM) 4gb(3.24gb usable) System 64bit.. Two hard drives ,one with 2 x Windows XP (Pro) and the other 1TB with Windows 7 'Ulimate' installed.. Problem, Audio on the Win XP drives is fine and uses, Reaktek drivers. but on Win 7, device manager shows .High definition audio (S/PDIF ) device, and "this device is working properly". All I hear is a sharp cracking noise when switching on or off ! .. Can I change the S/PDIF device to Realtek with appropriate drivers . I seem to have tried almost everything else.. ! Glad for any help . Many thanks

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Ibanez2010

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Why don't you download the latest Realtek drivers for Windows 7 from here? http://downloads.guru3d.com/Realtek-HD-Audio-2.67-audio-driver-download-2832.html

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vs6gyrob

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Hi Ibanez2010
thanks for the latest info, even though things seem to be O.K I much appreciate the info re Win7 updated drivers,( have bookmarked the site ) Will probably try it out at a later date ... Many thanks and a Happy Christmas to you and yours ...

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