Realtek Audio Manager can go missing for some users in Windows 10 due to build updates or sound driver changes.The Realtek Control Panel issue might also be caused by audio driver issues.So, if you can”t find the Realtek Audio Manager, a good start is to update the audio driver.You can also fix this issue by using a third-party solution like the one recommended below.
Đang xem: High definition audio codecs software
Disclaimer: this program needs to be upgraded from the free version in order to perform some specific actions.
4. Reinstall the Realtek HD Audio Driver
Press the Windows key + X keyboard shortcut.Double-click Sound, video, and game controllers to expand that category.Select the Delete the driver software for this device option.Click the Uninstall button.Restart Windows after uninstalling the driver.
Note: If, for some reason, Windows doesn’t reinstall it, download the latest Realtek High Definition Audio driver from the Realtek website, and install the driver.
Those are some of the resolutions that might restore a missing Realtek Audio Manager in Windows 10.
When the issue arises after a Windows 10 build update, you might also be able to roll back the build update to fix the issue as outlined within our rollback guide.
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