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Realtek high definition audio driver giving high-quality DTS, Dolby, Surround Sound to your computer through the audio card. The software comes with a number of features and functions such as a six-channel Digital to Analog converter that completely supports the 16/20/24 bit pulse code modulation format for 5.1 channel audio. It supports estate analog input to analog output mixer as well as 44.1K/48k/96kHz sony/Philips Digital interconnect format output via which you can connect the output of a DVD player to an external receiver. Related our blog: https://www.rewardbloggers.com/blog/5369/how-to-install-reinstall-realtek-hd-audio-driver-windows-10
Before installing Realtek HD Audio Manager, you need to actually know where to search for it. The default installation directory for Realtek should be “C:\Program on device. Files\Realtek\Audio\HDA.” Here is you will search a large number of surely executable (.exe) files on PC, but the one that really matters is “RtkNGUI64”, and you need to double-clicking for open Realtek HD Audio Manager. You can make a difference urgest here to your sound settings that you can’t outside. (for example, click the cog icon, the option, and you can enable the handy feature to make two separate audio devices play sound simultaneously- good if you want to use speakers to listen to game sounds while chatting to other people on a headset. Another useful option is “View Icon on notification area” which will let you access the Realtek HD Audio Manager from the notification area rather than its well-hidden directory. Also, visit here: https://getassist.net/windows-security-center-service-cant-be-started-error-fixed