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I have the Gigabyte DS3 and I've installed the audio drivers from the CD and have used the official date to update my drivers.

My audio driver says, "Realtek High Definition Audio Drivers." High Definition? I'm not sure if I have the right one. FRAPS or any other recording program will not detect my sounds.
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I have the Gigabyte DS3 and I've installed the audio drivers from the CD and have used the official date to update my drivers.

My audio driver says, "Realtek High Definition Audio Drivers." High Definition? I'm not sure if I have the right one. FRAPS or any other recording program will not detect my sounds.
Did you go to Gigabyte's website and download the current drivers. Most video drivers are "high definition."

Does the sound work in everything but Fraps.

If the problem is only with Fraps, it is likely your issue is with Fraps and not the drivers.
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Did you go to Gigabyte's website and download the current drivers. Most video drivers are "high definition."

Does the sound work in everything but Fraps.

If the problem is only with Fraps, it is likely your issue is with Fraps and not the drivers.
Video words well, but it's just the audio. I've tried many other desktop recorders and no sounds is detected. I can normally listen to music and hear IM beeps.

I have the current audio drivers from the website. I don't know if it's the driver, or if it's something interfere with the detection. Do you think "Realtek Sound Effect Manager" would be the cause? I've tried many different settings in the Sounds and Audio device section, but none was a solution.
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Video words well, but it's just the audio. I've tried many other desktop recorders and no sounds is detected. I can normally listen to music and hear IM beeps.

I have the current audio drivers from the website. I don't know if it's the driver, or if it's something interfere with the detection. Do you think "Realtek Sound Effect Manager" would be the cause? I've tried many different settings in the Sounds and Audio device section, but none was a solution.
There are two things that can be the source of great anger in computers.

1. Printers
2. Audio Devices

I am plauged with trouble all the time with both. Try playing with the sound effects manager and running through their setup program. If that doesn't work unstill all the sound drivers and applications (use device manager for the drivers) and reinstall the new ones from the internet.
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