How to Reinstall Realtek HD Audio Manager


Realtek HD Audio Manager will be installed along with Realtek Audio driver. You can use it to change sound settings to get better sound experience. If it is missing suddenly, the Realtek audio driver may be corrupted, you can get it back by trying to reinstall Realtek audio driver. 

How to Download Realtek Audio Driver

Usually, the audio driver can be downloaded from PC manufacturers. To install Realtek HD Audio Manager, download the Realtek audio driver from Realtek. 

Follow steps below to the Realtek audio driver on Realtek official website.

1. Go to Realtek website. Check the box next to the “I accept to the above ” and click Next button. Then you will be directed to the download page. 


2. In download page, the drivers highlighted in blue are available to download. Click Global to download the driver depending on your operating system (32-bit or 64 bit). See How to Get Operating System

 


3. After download completes, just double-click on the downloaded file (.exe) file and follow the on-screen instructions to install the driver.

Instead of downloading and installing Realtek audio driver manually, you can use Driver Easy to update the driver automatically and quickly. With Driver Easy Professional version, all driver problems can be fixed with just one click. 

If the Realtek HD Audio driver is installed successfully, the Realtek HD Audio Manager should be installed. You can go to Control Panel and view items by “Large icons”. Realtek HD Audio Manager can be found there. 


If you cannot find Realktek HD audio manager in Control Panel, browse to here C:\Program Files\Realtek\Audio\HDA\RtkNGUI64.exe. Double-click on the file to open  Realktek HD audio manager.

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Camilla Mo, in Technical Tips
  1. I’ve installed drivers from support DVD of ASUS A68HM-E Mainboard. The sound is ok but when I plug my headphone to the front jack, the rear speaker doesn’t mute. How can I set the sound to mute when the headphone plugged to the front?

  2. Hello, when I try to do the first step, it just takes me to a screen that says “Object moved here” and clicking on the “here” just takes me back to the previous page every time. Since that wasn’t working I decided to go into my system folders and try opening it from there using the last thing on here. The file paths are the same up until it says HDA folder up above. The only folder I have in my Realtek/Audio folder is ASIO, and there is no RtkNGUI64.exe in there.

    1. Hey Leo,
      I had the same issue but i fixed it.
      On the top you have a row with multiple options.
      Press on the option “Downloads”
      After that look at what kind of bit system you have.
      (You can check this by pressing Windows Button and Pause/Break at the same time, and looking at your specs)

      Download the file that matches your bit system and you should be good to go.
      Good Luck!

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