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Onboard Realtek HD + HD 2600XT = missing sound device

Paintrain

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Has anyone figured out yet how to get rid of that unknown HD audio device? I have the P5Q-E and an ATI 4850 and Ive installed the asus sound drivers and ive installed the CCC 8.7 drivers and yet it is still there.. Is there a seperate driver I need for my HD audio on my 4850?

I really wanna figure this out.
 

Tazer-[X]

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:dots:I was just about to start a tazer rant bout how all the young fellsa now adays dont remember trying to get a game going on a system that had like 512 K of ram. And what it was like when you had to prespecify all your DMA;s and sorts :bleh: And than try to get a mouse in their also :help: But, luckily, you all figured it out before I would have gotten you to start writing drivers, and, meh, you get the points :shok:
 

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Has anyone figured out yet how to get rid of that unknown HD audio device? I have the P5Q-E and an ATI 4850 and Ive installed the asus sound drivers and ive installed the CCC 8.7 drivers and yet it is still there.. Is there a seperate driver I need for my HD audio on my 4850?

I really wanna figure this out.
Have a look on your ASUS driver disk, there should be a HD Audio driver on it.

Aside from that, I'll have another look around today to see if I can find it on the ATI site, it seems wierd that something which is a common problem is still happening with the 2XXX+ ATI cards.
 

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