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i am having a probelm with my Realtek HD audio driver, or something, becuase i have sound but its way to low.

i have the sound icon in the task bar set to the maximum, but its still low.

i think it might be a probelm with the driver, but i dont know.

has anyone had this problem before?

<< Wave Input Devices (Recording) >>
<< Realtek HD Audio Input >>
< General Information >
Device Name: Realtek HD Audio Input
Manufacturer: Microsoft
Version: 5.10
Product ID: 101 / 1

< Specific Wave Information >
Maximum Standard Sampling Bits:16-bit
Maximum Standard Sampling Rate:96kHz
Channels: 65535

<< Microsoft Sound Mapper >>
< General Information >
Device Name: Microsoft Sound Mapper
Manufacturer: Microsoft
Version: 5.00
Product ID: 2 / 1

< Specific Wave Information >
Maximum Standard Sampling Bits:16-bit
Maximum Standard Sampling Rate:44kHz
Channels: 2

<< Wave Output Devices (Playback) >>
<< Realtek HD Audio output >>
< General Information >
Device Name: Realtek HD Audio output
Manufacturer: Microsoft
Version: 5.10
Product ID: 100 / 1

< Specific Wave Information >
Maximum Standard Sampling Bits:16-bit
Maximum Standard Sampling Rate:96kHz
Channels: 65535

< Device Capabilities >
Pitch Control: No
Playback Rate Control: No
Synchronous Operation: No
Sample Accurate Position Infor:Yes
Volume Control: Yes
Balance Control: Yes

<< Microsoft Sound Mapper >>
< General Information >
Device Name: Microsoft Sound Mapper
Manufacturer: Microsoft
Version: 5.00
Product ID: 2 / 1

< Specific Wave Information >
Maximum Standard Sampling Bits:16-bit
Maximum Standard Sampling Rate:44kHz
Channels: 2

< Device Capabilities >
Pitch Control: No
Playback Rate Control: No
Synchronous Operation: No
Sample Accurate Position Infor:Yes
Volume Control: Yes
Balance Control: Yes

<< MIDI Output Devices (Playback) >>
<< Microsoft GS Wavetable SW Synth >>
< General Information >
Device Name: Microsoft GS Wavetable SW Synth
Manufacturer: Microsoft
Version: 5.10
Product ID: 102 / 1

< Specific Synthesizer Information >
Device Type: Special
Voices: 48
Notes: 48
Channels: 16

< Device Capabilities >
Patch Caching: No
Stream Support: No
Volume Control: Yes
Balance Control: Yes

<< Microsoft MIDI Mapper >>
< General Information >
Device Name: Microsoft MIDI Mapper
Manufacturer: Microsoft
Version: 5.00
Product ID: 1 / 1

< Specific Synthesizer Information >
Device Type: MIDI Mapper
Channels: 16

< Device Capabilities >
Patch Caching: No
Stream Support: Yes
Volume Control: Yes
Balance Control: Yes

<< Mixer Devices (Mixing) >>
<< Realtek HD Audio output >>
< General Information >
Device Name: Realtek HD Audio output
Manufacturer: Microsoft
Version: 5.10
Product ID: 104 / 1

< Master Volume Line Information >
Type: Speakers
Channels: 2
Line is Active: Yes
Line is Disconnected: No
Source Line: No

<< Realtek HD Audio Input >>
< General Information >
Device Name: Realtek HD Audio Input
Manufacturer: Microsoft
Version: 5.10
Product ID: 104 / 1

< Recording Control Line Information >
Type: Wave Input
Channels: 1
Line is Active: Yes
Line is Disconnected: No
Source Line: No
maybe this will help someone figure things out?
 

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My mobile computer Toshiba Satellite A110 with REALTEK drivers has more audio issues than anyone should ever have to deal with straight out of the box. Toshiba technical support finally admit, "these are the limitations of the computer you purchased, lf you don't like it, take it back!" Can you imagine... how moral is this? l am tired after doing all this research. ln order to have people capable of hearing me on mic and myself hearing even loud audio output, l have to work harder than their tech support. lt has been very disturbing to come across help such as suggestions that a set of external laptop speakers with a power supply of there own, on a MOBiLE Computer should work.

l am fully aware the problem here is not just realtek, lt ls also toshiba's fault for not labeling the box as junk audio, can't hear anything, not even windows startup sound very well. Until realtek/toshiba ""VlCTlMS"" are offered new drivers and more than likely, new speakers so the new drivers can be supported, this problem is only going to get worse by removing the .dat files. l have already noticed removing the .dat files has caused my audio input(mic) quality to go scratchy and static sounding. On top of this, after removing the .dat files, my audio output fluctuates at least once DAlLY. (ie. kicks in high and then low audio output. AND l'm not talking about a bad headset/mlc or set of speakers. These are the "limitations" of this awful machine.) This is a serious issue and misrepresentation!

Everyone that owns a pc with these realtek issues should get together and maybe finally get the proper outcome we deserve.
 
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