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Realtek HD Audio Manager

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by John12837, Jul 12, 2018.

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  1. John12837

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    I have recently opened up my realtek HD audio manager because my headphones idk amplified the sound to where even if i put it to 1 % it was so loud and it gave me the option to not use my headphones and i clicked on it , after that my realtek audio manager loaded up again and my headphones want there i tried plugging it in and out and reopening it but my headphones section never showed up again so now i dont know what to do i really need help i cannot hear anything in my computer
     
  2. kenbok51

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    Sounds like a job for System Restore to me. By the by what's a headphones idk? You might consider uninstalling and reinstalling the Realtek software for your motherboard. I have two places where I can plug in headphones. The first is the front of the case and the second is a socket on my right hand speaker. I use the front of the case and I have my Manager set to allow both headphones as well as speakers to play at the same time. If your adjusting the headphones using the main icon in the task bar, you might look in the manager for a separate setting just for the head phones and not line out to your speakers.
     
  3. AmateurJohn

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    Do you have another pair of headphones/earbuds to test with? Maybe update sound drivers. Also have you messed with a sound setting? I think there's an option to increase the levels or something like that.
     
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