Please visit the manufacturer website or you can do a driver roll back. Accidentally deleted Atheros Driver Installation, what do I do? Is there anything I can do to reinstall or replace this driver so I can llisten to music from my computers. This happened twice becuase the installation never completed. Originally Posted by junebee. I can’t find a Recovery Mananger. First of all, I accidentally uninstalled my RealTek sound driver, so now it’s using the standard windows one.
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Didn’t find what you were looking for? Also, now when I plug in my headphones they don’t work. I have the same question.
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Originally Posted suond junebee I accidentally deleted the audio driver. Find More Posts by brianzion. Open your Control Panel and go to Device Manager.
Please report back with whether you’re successful. I have no idea how to connect to wifi again. I think I might just do that. If yes, that’s probably the missing audio device.
Windows 7 Home Premium Edition 6. Reboot after the installation. UlisesMendez Created on October 31, Message 4 of 8.
You can rightclick it and allow Windows to search for a accidentally to re-install it. Information and links in this thread may no longer be soudn or relevant. Find More Posts by junebee. Hi UlisesMendez, here is a quick troubleshooter: So I had to shut down the computer and cannot access the restore point previous to deleting the Realtek.
It seems like it should be a simple matter of downloading the Realtek audio driver. Do I need to buy a new sound card or something? Windows 7 Professional SP1 bit.
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Anyone know how to download it? I’m going to give up.
Accidentally uninstalled sound driver, how do I reinstall and reset settings?
I had to replace the mouse since it didn’t work all weekend I’m at home with disabled children so can only get to this stuff when they are at school. On the first screen click ‘Next’. I have ym restore point right now so thats pointless. This topic has been locked due to inactivity for a long period of time. Welcome to Windows 7 Forums.
All times are GMT What happened when you rebooted was that Windows installed a generic driver for you, but not to worry. Might be worth a try to do a System Restore in Safe Mode to a time before you uninstalled the driver: