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Hello everyone. I'm using the R2.58 drivers with my onboard HD Realtek. The other day the software detected a new device and my sound quality was much better. Usually, it just loads something else that isnt quite as good. (loudness) Any idea on what this is and how I could fix it?

I am on Windows XP Pro.
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Did you install k-lite Codec pack? What program were you using?

Do you have a stereo speaker setup?
Edited by Spooony - 5/14/11 at 7:12pm
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The latest driver is version 2.60. You can grab it from here if you like to try it.
Realtek 2.60
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Is it stable?
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K-Lite - no I haven't... should I?

As for software.. just the driver software detected the device. "Realtek HD Audio Manager"
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K-Lite - no I haven't... should I?

As for software.. just the driver software detected the device. "Realtek HD Audio Manager"
yes you should. Go to filehippo.com and download the latest one. Otherwise you won't be able to play most of the video and audio files. When your done installing it. Let me know. Do you have a stereo or 5.1 speaker setup?
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Is it stable?
I been running it since it was released with no issues on my end.
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I been running it since it was released with no issues on my end.
I know some builds have a bug. Can you test that one and see if it gives problems or not. Configure your audio decoders to output to 2.1 channels. If it doesn't freeze or BSOD then the driver should be smooth as a babies bottom. That was the only bug that gave problems.
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