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vanessa_6065
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No Audio Output Device is installed error

Hi, 

I accidentally deleted the audio driver on my computer.  I have tried downloading the Original Realtek High Definition Audio Driver, but once I've downloaded and click run, it says Please wait...update in progress, but its been like that for more than 30 minutes now.

Any suggestions on bringing back the audio to my pc?

I already went to control panel, device manager and the audio tab is not listed anywhere :smileysad:

 

PLEASE HELPPP!!!!

 

Product name :NY429AA-ABA

Operating system : Windows Vista 64bit

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lasvegaswireman
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Re: No Audio Output Device is installed error

Here are the specs for your HP Pavilion p6110y Desktop Computer. According to the specs, your system has an integrated Realtek ALC888S HD audio codec and come with Windows Vista 64-bit preinstalled. Please attempt to download and install the latest driver directly from Realtek.com. You may need to check "Accept" and click "Next" to get to the downloads page. Once there, download the ".exe" driver for Window Vista 64-bit.


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