My setup is as follows: Continue using the existing operating system. Find , , entries 6. Tried reinstalling the Realtek drivers and no luck Thank you for helping me! Originally Posted by Flyordie Well, his issue is related to the chipset. Originally Posted by caveman-jim Do you have any unknown devices listed in Device Manager?

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Test it out, see if you have sound.

BB code is On. Rebooted and turned back on the on board audio through the BIOS again and once again it showed up under the Sound Devices Discussion in ‘ Home Entertainment Computers ‘ started by d00kuMay 10, But since I am new this whole registry thing.

Do you have all the latest service packs and updates for Vista installed? I installed the drivers for the Realtek audio, version 2. I could see the meter moving as if the volume was going up, but nothing came out of my receiver I did install the Catalyst drivers right before I had to leave, didn’t get a chance to play around in them to see if that would help but I just checked to see if that resolved the issue and it did not Find More Posts by Dyre Straits.


Someone on the Dooms9 forum had a hint for me. May 10, at 7: Find More Posts by Flyordie.

All trademarks used are properties of their respective owners. Dec 8, Messages: It is not a gaming GPU. Ok so here is auduo I am trying to do maybe i just can’t do this I was on the right input Did you try manually installing the driver through control panel?

I only had an hour at most to fiddle around with it and I like much more time with it before I give up Originally Posted by caveman-jim. Thank you for helping me! His Onkyo receiver has a “power control” mode, that pass-through HDMI ahi while the receiver is in stand by.

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Or is there a way to run them like scripts? Windows Registry Editor Version 5. You don’t have JavaScript enabled. Not quite sure what has happened to the hardware but something has definately got messed up somewhere along the line. I realized that I didn’t disable the on board audio which is also Realtek Am I doing something wrong here guys?


Below is a post from Jameson uk who knows what he’s talking about I followed it to the letter and now everything works.

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For the best viewing experience please update your browser to Google Chrome. May 10, at 9: Here’s my question to you: I need to be able to playback just about everything, most importantly HD-quality video but no BD-disc’s, PS3 handles those. Originally Posted by JamesDax Thats the problem.

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