Solved Trouble With My Sound Drivers

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akotski1338

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I was deleting useless programs that I didn't need and i accedenty deleted my Realtek high definition audio driver. so I reinstall it and the sound worked perfectly without having to restart my computer. I restart my computer anyway because it said I should. then sound doest work again. So I reinstall them again without restarting my computer and sound still don't work. Then I restart my computer and sound still don't work. I did this about 5 times and nothing helped. When I go to my drivers it has about 5 copies that say "Realtek audio driver" and all have a yellow triangle but one. When I click properties to says "this device is working properly" but it's not. someone, please help. If you need any further information, I will provide.
 

phillpower2

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Check for a system restore point that is before the time and date that you deleted the previous programs and drivers, excuse the title of the tutorial but see info here

If still no sound, post the brand and model name or number of the computer for us, if a custom build, post the brand and model name or number of the motherboard and let us know if Windows is 32 or 64-bit.
 

akotski1338

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Check for a system restore point that is before the time and date that you deleted the previous programs and drivers, excuse the title of the tutorial but see info here

If still no sound, post the brand and model name or number of the computer for us, if a custom build, post the brand and model name or number of the motherboard and let us know if Windows is 32 or 64-bit.
So apparently I turned on my computer today and my sound just suddenly works. I don't think a system restore will be necessary, though I feel the sound will break again. I will update if anything weird happens again. Thanks for the help though! I greatly appreciate it! :)
 

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Good news and thanks for letting us know (y)

Now that you have the sound back I suggest that you create a new system restore point to go back to should the issue happen again.
 
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