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I have a ASUSTeK P6T mobo, which I believe has the Realtek integrated audio. I am dual booting Vista 64 and XP 64. In my Vista install, there are 'High Definition Audio Device' and 'SoundMAX Integrated Digital HD Audio' under my sound, video, and game controllers in device manager.
http://i366.photobucket.com/albums/oo108/n64ra/vista.jpg

In XP I don't see either of those, but I do see the 'Microsoft UAA Bus Driver for High Definition Audio' under System devices.

http://i366.photobucket.com/albums/oo108/n64ra/xp.jpg

I've tried installing the driver straight from RealTek.
Realtek
I've tried installing the driver from Asus.
http://usa.asus.com/product.aspx?P_ID=QtpKQuERkuYw6trc&templete=2

Both seem to install fine but still no audio. Shouldn't I see something in the device manager after a system restart? Any ideas?
 

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Go to Start>>Control Panel >> Sound..And check on top for the driver is being used and is its blank then driver is not installed or corrupted and also check the jack you inserted.
 

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Ok, on top it says "ATI HD Audio rear output". Guess that means the driver did not install. When I've tried to install before, there are no messages to indicate a problem. In fact, it says a reboot is required so I figured it worked. Any suggestions?
 

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Hello and Welcome to TSF,

Go here for MUAA BUS Driver:
http://www.techspot.com/drivers/driver/file/information/9662/

Go here for Audio Driver: ALC 1200 ( I recopied your link here)
http://usa.asus.com/product.aspx?P_I...trc&templete=2

Note: As far as the Audio driver is concerned it is the same for xp 64bit as for vista 64bit.
Hi thank you for the advice. I tried the two links. In the first one I ran Setup.exe, which required a restart. Then I tried the second link, which had a AsusSetup.exe. That required two restarts. Nothing said there was a problem, but I still have no sound. I checked the Device Manager, and it still looks the same as my link from the OP.

Was there something else I was supposed to run from those two zips?

EDIT: Also, Add/Remove Programs has the Realtek High Definition Audio Driver listed so I think it is installed properly. So why can't I select that in the Control Panel's Sound And Audio Devices (which still only has "ATI HD Audio rear output")?
 
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