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URGENT: Realtek HD Audio Uninstall Loop problem

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Everything was fine. Then i downloaded an update from the gigabyte motherboard [B550M aorus pro p ] site to update the audio driver.

 

Then it uninstalled. but didnt install upon rebooting. And then keeps uninstalling after reboot upon reboot.

 

Then i lost all audio. Nothing connected even shows up.

 

Then i tried to uninstall from device manager. Still doesnt uninstall.

 

Then i tried to delete the Key from Registry with all permissions and THAT shows cant delete key.

 

Im stuck without audio and dont know what to do.

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Did you try going into Safe Mode then performing the uninstall or is it too late to go back?

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13 minutes ago, Windows7ge said:

Did you try going into Safe Mode then performing the uninstall or is it too late to go back?

didnt try safe mode yet

 

EDIT: Did uninstall from safe mode. But STILL shows up in normal mode.

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16 minutes ago, BaidDSB said:

didnt try safe mode yet

 

EDIT: Did uninstall from safe mode. But STILL shows up in normal mode.

It still goes through an uninstall loop? What happens when you try to install over it?

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10 minutes ago, Windows7ge said:

It still goes through an uninstall loop? What happens when you try to install over it?

Nothing.

 

It just does the uninstall loop over and over

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2 minutes ago, BaidDSB said:

Nothing.

 

It just does the uninstall loop over and over

Hmn, in a situation like this I would probably try going back into Safe Mode and doing a manual un-installation. Find the destination folder (usually in Program Files or Program Files (x86)) locate it's driver folder in the list and delete everything in it if it'll let you.

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3 minutes ago, Windows7ge said:

Hmn, in a situation like this I would probably try going back into Safe Mode and doing a manual un-installation. Find the destination folder (usually in Program Files or Program Files (x86)) locate it's driver folder in the list and delete everything in it if it'll let you.

Well the sound has shown up. But i cant find the audio manager or console to correct and get the settings that i use.

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