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It did take a long time on some of these cycles; it seemed to be installing or otherwise digesting the downloads it had consumed. But the SP1 installation did not kill Internet connectivity Acer Aspire V3-772G Realtek HD Audio time around. The SP1 installation opened the floodgates: Then there were more after that. I was pleased to see, in particular, that Bluetooth was not a problem this time: For the fourth, the Audio Device, I got an indication that the best driver was already installed.

I also remembered to complete the product activation process. I could have started over with a clean drive and that Windows XP installation. This time I got a new error: I restarted the system and tried again. This time it worked: At this writing, that version was Browsing Acer Aspire V3-772G Realtek HD Audio that download from within Device Manager did not work either. A search suggested it was still available for download from Intel and elsewhere. An attempt to install it provoked a question: The computer currently contains driver versions newer than the versions you are about to install. Are you sure you want to overwrite the following drivers with the older versions? The first two of those three were among the troubled items still highlighted in Device Manager.

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I said Yes, go ahead and overwrite. The installer completed; the system rebooted; and back in Device Manager, I saw that the situation had improved: So for my machine, at least, the somewhat older 2. So I downloaded and installed the one from DriverLap. It seemed I might have been better advised to start with the driver I had used last time after all: When I installed that one at this point, it indicated that it would be uninstalling the current Realtek driver. Unfortunately, this Acer Aspire V3-772G Realtek HD Audio driver did not make any difference: In the previous installationI had resolved the audio driver problem obliquely, by focusing on something else instead.

Specifically, the audio problem had gone away after installing the video drivers.

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I turned to that now. There were also no display-related problems in Device Manager. For many purposes, then, it seemed my video was already set up, and I did not need to install any further display drivers. I suspected, however, that for some applications the more advanced NVIDIA drivers would be important, and in any case I wanted to try to resolve the audio problems noted above.

When I started the installation, I got a notice that newer Intel display and graphics drivers were already installed. It seemed that the Intel VGA driver had been handled through Windows Update; evidently I would have needed the download from the Acer site only if I had not been recurrently checking Windows Updates throughout this process.

So I proceeded to the second part of the display driver project: I had previously had better results with a slightly older driver i. So I installed that now.

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But it did not fix the High Definition Audio Device item that was still flagged as a problem. Management Engine, CardReader, TouchPad, and Intel Rapid Storage As with the NVIDIA drivers, there did appear to be several other drivers that might not be necessary for purposes of resolving problems in Device Manager, but that might nonetheless turn on useful system capabilities and might incidentally fix the several problems remaining in Device Manager. I was not sure what it was, or where I got it. It was not presently appearing in the list of relevant updates on the Acer website, but it seemed that I had installed it onto this computer in the previous installation.

A search Acer Aspire V3-772G Realtek HD Audio to pages suggesting that it might only have value in corporate desktop environments or on Lenovo PCsneither of which was relevant here.

After reinstalling the operating system, you find out that there are Acer Aspire V3-772G Realtek HD Audio devices not working such as no sound, no Wifi. It's because these devices do not have the right driver. You probably go to the Internet and search one by one. This is not an easy work; it might takes hours or even impossible. We see your issues, that is the reason why we create DriverIdentifier.

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DriverIdentifier commits to provide the most updated drivers. This package contains the files for installing the Realtek HD Audio Driver.


If it has been installed, updating (overwrite-installing) may fix. Reinstalling the Realtek driver does not do the job.


The odd thing about this is that I have another Acer Aspire V3 G with the same specs.

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