I tried to run a bootable Ubuntu from my usb, sound works perfect, today i gave up and installed Windows XP and i installed an audio driver from Asus site, for a laptop Asus Pro55SR, and it works perfectly. Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation. Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. But when i install Realtek driver, it sounds way worse, like this: Anyway just find it and we can see if we can work it out. Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit. Aida64 Extreme shows this:
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I tried running that program in WinXP which i’m currently using on this laptop, it looks different, and shows the same info i already got from Aida64 Extreme, as you can see in the pictures in the previous posts. It’s very annoying because it also affect my fps.
I use it from time to time and it does use genuine sites ie Intel for example, and I always uninstall it afterwards because it is a nagger. See the pic of my machine similar to my current work lappy I am on right now.
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See this for the rail voltage info Power Supply Realtek Sound crackling problem Hey everyone, i got this laptop: The time now is Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies. Windows 7 Forums is an independent web site and has not been authorized, wineows, or otherwise approved by Microsoft Corporation.
For instance, this systematically occurs when I Tried contacting Realtek, no response, tried contacting Asus, they asked windpws a serial number of the product, i sent them pictures with the stickers which i posted here, no response.
Also, when i install the correct graphics driver, on Win7 showed that it was mb and worked perfect, but now on XP in desktop properties it shows mb and i have an option for a slightly bigger resolution, and i experience screen tearing when i play a video on Media Player Classic.
Yep typical of Asus support mate the local service centres are the best to deal with as I found when setting up a ROG laptop a while ago. Realtek Sound crackling problem.
Specs of my computer are: Welcome to Windows 7 Forums. Realtek onboard sound card: Jumpmouse mate try running this ditty of mine find the audio device and download the driver for it from the manufacturers site. Hey everyone, i got this laptop: Someone said to me that the problem is in power management of the Realtek sound chip, i tried to do it but i could not find the option in the Registry Editor.
Aida64 Extreme shows this: But leave the graphics issue, audio matters to me most, so please help, i will try to install Windows7 again if you can find me a solution. I tried different driver version and different audio settings but no luck. Look one thing you could try is this https: You might get lucky with that audio driver hopefully.
Intel i5 k GPU: JM mate in addition to my last post look around for your local Asus Service Centre and ask them directly because I cannot find that machine either not even close. See pic for example. Tried DPC Latency checker, it had green bars even when crackling appears, red bar appeared maybe once or twice after some time. Then I upgraded to windows 7 clean install.
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Windows 7 Ultimate 32bit. But when i install Realtek driver, it sounds way worse, like this: Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build. I tried to run a bootable Ubuntu from my usb, sound works perfect, wudio i gave up and installed Windows XP and i installed an audio driver from Asus site, for a laptop Asus Pro55SR, and it works perfectly.
Sound crackling also appears when i use headphones. I didn’t pay attention and confirmed. The sound chipset is Realtek ALC