Issue: Attempting to install Realtek Audio Drivers for Windows 10 leads to an endless uninstall/install loop. This happens with Realtek audio drivers from manufacturers like Lenovo, Dell, HP, Asus or directly from Realtek.
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The install loop happens due to the new Windows 10 Driver Updates from Microsoft. I would be fine with the generic Windows drivers for audio, if they worked In my case sound was terrible and the only option to adjust was via the feature which was broken, choosing any option had no affect. No matter how many times I re-installed the Windows drivers, tried to adjust audio settings or audio enhancements the result was the same – terrible sound quality and that is not why I have these. So I tried the Realtek drivers supplied by Asus for my motherboard and drivers directly from Realtek. And that is why we are here How it happens: • The Realtek installer removes the existing generic drivers installed by Windows Update and requests a reboot before proceeding.
• Upon reboot Windows re-installs the generic driver from the local before the Realtek install process launches (you can probably see where this is going). • Once the Realtek process initiates after reboot it detects the generic Driver again, uninstalls again and asks for a reboot again!
Hp Elitebook 2560p Drivers Windows 10 there. • You can do the dance above all day long or hit the solution below! Solution: • Right-click the Windows and choose.