Realtek High Definition Audio - choosing Vista, is V 188.8.131.5245
Press accept, choose driver executable rather than Zip. I chose second download location which came in at 500kbps. First was a dribble at ~70kbps. May be timing, server traffic.
After install reboot - which removes, you must install reboot again.
(Same) driver worked for me in Windows 7.
Has anyone got this to work.
I have 20" Imac 2008 model.
Headphone Jack not recognised.
When plugging in the headphones/speakers, it detects as Audio Jack/Line IN.
The sound through internal speakers is very fuzzy when down low and doesnt go very loud.
I have install realtek drivers. The very latest R226.
Hi jason3w, I'm having the exact same problem with the same iMac model, but in Windows XP. I just posted about it here: http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?messageID=9788632
Have you been able to fix this problem? I'm waiting for the newest Realtek drivers to finish downloading from Realtek's website, although judging from this thread maybe I shouldn't hold my breath.
Are other iMac users having the problem of Windows confusing the headphone jack with the line-in jack?
i want to tell you my problem and my solution.
i have a late model macbook pro i installed windows7 rtm version x64.
and i always had windows on my mac (older models) with everthing working properly.
i did't have sound on my windows7 os. i tried everything form every forum.
they all had some problems my problem was that windows7 installed the driver by itself. but that my output was only 50% and i heard nothing.
everybody (including apple) say that you need the realtek/sigmatel driver
from the apple dvds or from the realtek site.
and i tried every version of the drivers (i have a lot of old apple cds)
but still no sound. windows 7 said drivers installed correctly.
High Definition Sound device or something like thad.
but now the solution.
i tried to install windows vista.
vista said drivers. installed (without apple drivers installed)
the driver name was:
Cirrus Logic CS4206a (ab75)
and these drivers are also on the apple dvds.(cirrus.zip)
so i installed windows 7 again.
and installed this driver first. then started bootcamp. drivers like normally.
everything now works perfect.