Realtek Hd Audio Manager Problems
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I take it you have a speaker set plugged in? If so, try replacement leads if you can.
The leads on the creative speakers should be replaceable and shouldn’t cost a lot so i think that that is what you should try first.
You probably need 3.5mm stereo to 3.5mm stereo i suspect. If you have the model name\number of your speakers handy i should be able to tell you if you need that or a 3.5mm to phono instead.
If your getting the message when you do have the spks plugged in, then the jack is probably making intermittent connections. Plugging and unplugging devices from the computer eventually wears out the
jacks like those as well as ac/dc power for laptops. Just my perspective.
1. open Control Panel, select Hardware and sound.
2. Scroll down and select Realtek HD Audio Manager.
3. Click on the little “i” in the lower right-hand corner.
4. Turn off the “Display icon in notification area” radio button.
5. Click “OK” twice.
check the front connector plugged into audio front connector on motherboard. When AC97 is connected and Bios says HD-audio, and you have no need for HD-audio (your speakers nor headphones have all its capabilities), you can still switch the connector to match the BIOS setting (to HD-aud)because HD-audio will work with headphones.
(front and back will correctly sense simple stereo, 2.1 sets, 5.1 sets, and more modern will do 7.1 too.)
AC97 connector, will not do 7.1 and 5.1 and 2.1 on headphone, and AC97 cannot handle 7.1 at the back)
HD-audio in Bios will usually correctly do jack-sense AC97 might.
I hope this made sense.
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