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Can't find realtek hd audio manager

FredricoSWE
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I have a MSI Z390I MPG GAMING EDGE AC motherboard and i can't find the realtek hd audio manager. What can i do to get it?

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try this
run RtkNGUI64.exe or RAVCpl64.exe in C:\Program Files\Realtek\Audio\HDA

dont remember which one it was

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17 hours ago, circeseye said:

try this
run RtkNGUI64.exe or RAVCpl64.exe in C:\Program Files\Realtek\Audio\HDA

 dont remember which one it was

Nothing happes when i double click the RtkNGUI64

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8 minutes ago, circeseye said:

what about the RAVCpl64.exe try that one...like i said it was one of the 2....

No nothing happens when i do that either. This is what it looks like:

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hmmm those were the only ones i know about...getting the console to work in win 10 can be a bitch for a lot of people....you still have access to the options if you right click the speaker click sounds..playback tab then select your sound device and click properties.
other then that...you will have to do a search for getting it back (like i said can be a pain)

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7 minutes ago, circeseye said:

hmmm those were the only ones i know about...getting the console to work in win 10 can be a bitch for a lot of people....you still have access to the options if you right click the speaker click sounds..playback tab then select your sound device and click properties.
other then that...you will have to do a search for getting it back (like i said can be a pain)

I googled it and it seems like no one really knows what to do. My mic is low, so i wanted to see if there was any settings there that were wrong.

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1 hour ago, FredricoSWE said:

I googled it and it seems like no one really knows what to do. My mic is low, so i wanted to see if there was any settings there that were wrong.

oh then yea go into the devices properties to access the settings instead of the playback tab you want the recording tab to access mic settings

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10 hours ago, circeseye said:

oh then yea go into the devices properties to access the settings instead of the playback tab you want the recording tab to access mic settings

That solved it, thanks for the help!:D

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