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Discus and support Looking for help on Realtek High definition Audio. I have two audio sources connected via... in Windows 10 Ask Insider to solve the problem; So, I have two sources of audio... One on the front of my pc and one in the back both connected via 3.5mm jack. If both are plugged in, the only one... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Ask Insider' started by /u/Shavark, Dec 13, 2019.

  1. Looking for help on Realtek High definition Audio. I have two audio sources connected via...


    So, I have two sources of audio... One on the front of my pc and one in the back both connected via 3.5mm jack.

    If both are plugged in, the only one that works is the one plugged into the front of the PC. Just for context, both audio sources (My Speakers, and Headhpones) are both forced to be the default audio source called "Speakers (2- Realtek High Definition Audio)" So, for some reason my PC can't tell which one it wants to use? and just picks the one comming from the 3.5 jack plugged into the front of the PC and just ignores the one in the back.

    Once I unplug the one in the front, the default audio goes back to my headphones instantly.

    I'm not sure if i'm missing something here, and I'd like to be able to swap between them while they're both plugged in. Which I can't do atm because both audio sources are classified as "Speakers (2- Realtek High Definition Audio)" (So only one of these are shown when both are plugged in.) I'm trying to find out how to tell my PC to let me see both of them when I open sound settings.

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    /u/Shavark, Dec 13, 2019
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  2. Realtek High Definition Audio not working

    First of all, the Realtek High Definition Audio Device did not automatically reinstall after uninstalling and rebooting. I had to go into Add Legacy Software and select it to install. The Device Manager crashed while installing it, which it always does.
    Upon starting it up again, the Device is there, but with a warning sign next to it indicating it is not functional.

    Second of all, when I did the rest of the steps, the Driver Manager told me specifically that the drivers for Realtek High Definition Audio Device are up to date.

    Thank you for trying to help so far btw
     
    ZeussApelflauge, Dec 13, 2019
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  3. kleph Win User
    Realtek High Definition Audio and High Definition Audio Device missing

    Hello,
    Basic info:
    I'm using a Dell G5 15 gaming notebook with Windows 10 for about half a year. Pretty early on I got sound problems such as occasional static sound, static sound when playing yt video and a game at the same time and such. I found a fix to this by going to the Device Manager and changing High Definition Audio Device to Realtek High Definition Audio which would fix it for some time and then I'd have to do it again.
    Problem:
    But now I don't have Realtek High Definition Audio nor High Definition Audio Device in the device manager, I only have Realtek Audio. ( and Intel display audio, NVIDIA high definition audio, NVIDIA virtual audio device, but I don't think these are relevant) So the sound is low quality, muffled and there's the occasional static sound. I tried installing Realtek High Definition Audio driver from the original Dell G5 15 site, so it should be compatible, the installation goes well, but there is no change in the actual audio. Looking for help on how to fix this. Thanks
     
    kleph, Dec 13, 2019
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  4. SSimon909 Win User

    Looking for help on Realtek High definition Audio. I have two audio sources connected via...

    uninstalled realtek high definition audio

    So I was uninstalling programs to make space on my computer and I mistakenly uninstalled realtek high definition audio and now there is no sound on my computer, and i was wondering how to fix it. I don't know which program i uninstalled but maybe you could
    tell me what one and how to fix it.

    The programs I do have are; Realtek card reader, Realtek Ethernet Controller Driver, and Realtek high definition audio driver
     
    SSimon909, Dec 13, 2019
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