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witkazy
witkazy
Damn,man You must be bored out of Your respectful skull , not that there is anything wrong with that :D
R-T-B
R-T-B
I love you too, friend.
Drone
Drone
@witkazy Don't tell me I missed the turn :D
Your ugly mothers will pay for what they've done!
64K
64K
ahem, I'm pretty sure that's not Politically Correct sir. :p
witkazy
witkazy
How about pretty ones ? In my experience pretty ladies never pay for themselves :D :pimp:
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R-T-B
R-T-B
My mommas gonna kill you.
Hi Alan.
After I formatted my computer and reinstalled its driver, the Realtek equalizer no longer appears...
I installed it exactly the same way I had it installed before, with the same options, but it didn't work... I reinstalled the driver 2x and nothing...
What can it be? Can you help me?
Grateful!
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RodrigoVolta
I tried to do it but it didn't work. Do you have to mark anything else in the column on the right? Because by default everything is unchecked...

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RodrigoVolta
Alan, the Dolby Virtual Speaker was like the example image below. Before he appeared out of nowhere I didn't have it before. Does it have to do with your driver or not?

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Alan Finotty
Alan Finotty
The option "Realtek Patched APO (with DDL & DTS)" contained in the installer, when installed, already offers this feature.
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