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Improvisations like disabling all effects will have bad consequences, like lower volume or even undistinguishable audio. In conclusion, in most cases the OS is at fault directly for the major sound issues that are very hard to track/fix. in some cases, the simple windows troubleshooting system may partially fix some of the issues, but don't count on it. Realtek Audio issue is a problem that arises in a computer device after an upgrade.Audio options are usually under the sound category.In most cases, an exclamation mark, which is yellow in color, is seen instead of the Realtek audio option.
Overall sound quality and functionality decreased with each major windows version since XP. Would you like to answer one of these unanswered questions instead? Installed these as the catalog ones and Realteks are dated June 2015. Works fine now I tried every available driver, including Microsoft HD Audio. Removed the stick that the (Dell) computer reported in RMT (Reliable Memory Technology) log in BIOS and audio worked so purely afterwards... I fixed it by going to the devicemanager, right click my soundcard, choose uninstall, then install the proper drivers through the files I downloaded. When uninstalling the driver, also make sure you remove the files for the drivers, or windows will simply reuse the corrupted files again.If your audio driver is Realtek then try the following, it worked for me: right click on audio icon from taskbar click Playback devices select Speakers/HP click Properties go to Advanced tab uncheck "Enable audio enhancements" click Apply, click Ok.I found a solution after reading many posts on different forums and it had nothing to do with the driver but with power options. SOUND BLASTER ZXR MENU skitchpatterson3's and bekce's answers helped me get started, but I needed to tweak the steps a little bit.The default setting of Power Options is "Balanced", changing it to "High performance" improved immediately the bad sound quality of (Control Panel-Power Options - check High Performance). I bought an MSI box which had Realtek HD Audio driver.