Bad Sound Quality - High Pitched Almost Acoustic (Realtek Drivers)
Jul 20, 2012
The sound is crappier than ever. I have this quality loss for a while but now is repulsive. I've reinstall windows 7, reinstall relatek drivers, get ones specified by my motherboard manufacturer, tried the latest ones.... put power management at high performance...etc. My motherboard [URL].
the sound is crappier than ever. I have this quality loss for a while but now is repulsive. Ive reinstall windows 7, reinstall relatek drivers, get ones specified by my motherboad manufacturer, tried the latest ones.... put power management at high performance...etc my motherboard ASUS - Motherboards- ASUS P5GC-MX/1333
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Iv had this for a few months I am REALLY but really sick of it, i have no idea how to fix it.Im using onboard sound realtek HD, latest driver installed. My problem is that sometimes my sound goes really high when there isnt any bass playing. When high bass, the sound goes lower. Im also using headphones. I feel like there is something that lowers my sound when there is alot of bass, or that my computer cant handle high bass. Heres my dx spec:[CODE]
I just got a new PC and I can't get the sound to work. My PC has the following specs:Microsoft Windows 7 (6.1) Enterprise Edition 64-bit Service Pack 1 (Build 7601)
DirectX Version 11.0 CPU Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-3770K CPU @ 3.50GHz Mainboard Model Z68A-G43 (G3) (MS-7750) (0x000004E0 - 0x8FF0BC90) BIOS vendor American Megatrends Inc. version V5.0 date 04/19/2012
My system is not muted I have tried to update the driver from both Realteks and MSIs web pages - no luck. I have tried to connect my headphones in both rear and front - no luck. When I play audio - I do see green bars in under the playback tab under sound devices. I do have the Realtek HD Audio Manager I have noticed that when I mark "Disable front panel jack detection" in the Realtek HD audio manager, the headphones appears to be connected in the playback tab, when I uncheck it, the headphones seems to be disconnected in the playback tab.
I've upgraded from vista to 7 and I am getting no sound, I've searched, searched and tried alot of different things, I see alot of people on this forum with the same issues, but I've tried most of them. I've installed and unistalled all the different drivers from realtek, but no luck. I have realtek high definition sound but no hdmi output. In my device manager it says the sound driver is installed properly, but when I tried to test the sound it fails to test tone, I don't know if it has to deal with an audio codec. I have regular speaker that connect to a sound jack. At this point I am quite desperate. I've spent all night trying to figure this out.
Right, when the monitor (rather old 16" Sharp LCD monitor) is showing the colour white (such as a Google search results page, GMail inbox etc.) I can hear a rather audible high pitched buzzing sound, no matter what brightness the screen is on. Any ideas as to why? I'm sure there is a scientific/electronic reason as to why, it's just I'm not sure what that reason is
When I put my computer to sleep, it stops, and it starts as soon as I turn my computer on. Changes frequency right before the login screen comes on, and then it stays the same after that. My PC also takes a while to start up now. I have to shut it off and back on maybe 2-3 times before it'll boot up. Just a few minutes ago, Windows sent me to this uh... resume(?) screen that I've NEVER seen before.
edit: it also changes frequency during windows' admin program run notification
I bought this speakers a while ago for my older computer and recently i bought this new hp so im using them on my new hp desktop and ever since i bought the speakers they have allways made this high pitched noise .Now my HDD makes the same high pitched noise but not as loud as my speakers make it i feel like the speakers are just transmitting the sound tha the HDD is making but just alot louder?
I need a new AC power adapter for my monitors. I have three Acer S243HL LED monitors, and the power adapters basically exploded a few months ago (I heard a loud pop, followed by the monitor just turned off). I tested it with a working power adapter (the one I'm using now for my only functional monitor), and the monitor itself is fine. The power adapter is not. Anyways, to prevent this happening in the future, could someone recommend to me a high quality power adapter which won't short out on me?
Is there anyway to have a High Definition/Quality moving background? I've tried dreamscene and searched around, but no luck. I'm looking for something that can make wmv / flv / etc../ into a background.
I am trying to install Realtek HD Sound drivers; I have been unable to find any drivers that are written for Windows 7. So I have been downloading the Vista ones without success. I have tried loading them in compatibility mode and under windows vista and xp but each time it just says error during installation or OS not supported.
Does anybody know where I can find Realtek sound drivers for windows 7?
So, I've had my computer for a few years. But I didn't have the Realtek drivers installed for my onboard soundcard (I'm unsure if they were never there or they'd disappeared) and therefore none of the Realtek software installed, and I needed them, so I found, downloaded, and installed the right one for my Gigabyte GA-P55M-UD2 motherboard. (I installed from The installation went through fine. Now, no sound is coming out, at least out of any of the three rear 3.5mm jacks for 5.1-surround-sound. Interestingly, the microphone input still works, though.I tested a USB headset I have and it works fine (Realtek doesn't recognize the input or output of the USB headset), and I tested two different 3.5mm headsets and neither of them work (but the 3.5 microphone jack did work and *was* recognized by Realtek). When I go to the "Windows Playback Devices" manager it shows my computer playing sound on the correct device but no sound is actually going through the jacks. I've gone to the device manager and tried disabling the only other sound *device* showing up, which was "ATI HDMI Audio". I've tried restarting multiple times, replugging the jacks, trying both setero and 5.1 configs, playing with a few enhancements and settings like the bitrate and exclusivity options.[CODE]
I Built my computer recently on christmas day. I got all the drivers and my motherboard came with sound drivers however I got the Realtek Drivers for my board since they were not on the disc (Or for some reason did not get installed) But anyways the drivers are all working fine i've had no problems with my computer at all yet however whenever i try to record or transmit on ventrilo (VOIP) with Stereo Mix there is no sound. When i record on audacity with stereo mix nothing is recorded. There is just no sound.
The option is for stereo mix DOES exist and i know for sure that my motherboard has stereo mix. My friend also built a computer around the same time (Christmas break) with most of the same parts. He has my exact motherboard and his is working perfectly fine. The mobo im using is an EVGA X58. To anyone who can help I thank you and i will respond if you need to know any specs.
Recently addicted to hear music in quality sound. Spend quite lot of money, buying a DAC and Great music system too. I have heard we can make some changes in windows 7 to get the Audio quality best. I have J River media player.
It sounds like everything is coming through a tube or from the other room. Especially bad on music with lyrics. The tune jumps out and the vocals sound like they're almost missing. With movies it's a bit better.I'm on a Asus U36JC, windows 7, 64*, with Realtek HD- which is where I'm guessing the problem lies...I've opened the Realtek HD Audio Manager and I notice that there are "sounds effects" that, when selected, makes the issue worse (seemingly in the same direction as the original issue) with effects like: "bathroom" and "cave". Yes I've turned that option to "none" and yes I've tried to adjust the EQ as well. No good.I've noticed that in my programs list, I've got 2 realtek programs running: "Realtek High Definition Audio Driver", and "Realtek Ethernet Controller Driver For Windows 7".
The version that I trying to install is the latest(R.269/8 Jun), i just do the right thing, download the right version to the system(w7hp-x64), And all that i just got is a blue screen in the final of process, and a message of dumpping memory. I really dont know what is happening.
I received my copy of Windows 7 Home Premium. I skipped the Vista bandwagon, so I was moving directly from Windows XP Service Pack 3 (32-bit) to Windows 7 Home Premium. I opted to install the 64-bit version of Windows 7, as I had no issues when running the 64-bit beta.
As it turns out, I seem to have encountered an issue with my network adapter on Windows 7. Using any speed test site, such as speedtest.net, I get an extremely high ping (500ms +). I have tested another machine behind my router running Windows XP and there is no problem. Also, on the speed.io website, which tests connections per minute, I can only get around 200 on Windows 7, whereas I could get 2000+ on Windows XP with the same hardware.
Strangely, in games like Counter-Strike: Source, my ping is normal and in the 25-60 range on most nearby servers. Also, when running the ping command from the command prompt, most servers return a result lower than 100ms ... which is also normal. So, I don't understand why on speedtest.net, pingtest.net, and dslreport's flash speed test.. I get a ridiculous ping time of 500+ms. Web browsing does seem to be slow as well, as images take longer to load then they should.
I'm not sure whether this is a driver issue, or what. I have tried disabling both my firewall and AV software, so they are not at fault. I've tried 3 different version of the drivers for my NIC. One from the Gigabyte website, and two from Realtek's website (they released an updated version yesterday). My motherboard is a Gigabyte GA-EP45-UD3R (rev 1.1). I have all of my system specs listed on my profile if anyone needs to know more.
Previously I had Realtek HD Manager installed, but under the direction of another, I uninstalled it, as it wasn't detecting any devices plugged into it.I am still having the same problem, and when I attempt to install Realtek again, it comes with either: Or this, and it will repeatedly come up no matter how many times I allow it, until it eventually just closes itself.This is for any of the drivers available on the website, the first one being RC266 Vistax64, the second one being AC97.Previously, instead of "High Defintion Audio Device", it was shown "Realtek High Definition ect ect."It used to show "Digital Output" being the only one plugged in, and on the HD Audio Manager, nothing else was detected. [code]
The asus onboard Reatek audio does not work anymore and is faulty but keep on reinstalling itself with every next startup.I installed a new ST Lab M-350 sound card into the pci slot.[Driver=VIA VT1723] I would like to permanently uninstall or delete the realtek.
I think I need a manual for the Realteck High definitin audio. Thee are so many settings, I don't know what to do. I just bought Feder A111 2.1 multimedia speaker and it only works when I press headphone that doesn't sem right. Can I get a manual?