MSI 760GM-P23 (FX) Audio drivers

tris.lineke156302da

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Hi there

My motherboard is the MSI 760GM-P23 (FX)
OS: Windows10

When I try to install the latest drivers from the MSI website, they are only available up until Windows 7. When I try to install the Realtek High Definition Audio drivers, the installation fails, stating "no driver was supported in this driver package".

Where I can I download the Realtek High Definition Audio drivers from please? Or the most appropriate drivers for my motherboard. As Windows 10 is not listed as an option? As you can see in the following link:
MSI Global - The Leading Brand in High-end Gaming & Professional Creation

I hope somebody can help me

thanks
Tristan
 

badboy2k

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Hi there

My motherboard is the MSI 760GM-P23 (FX)
OS: Windows10

When I try to install the latest drivers from the MSI website, they are only available up until Windows 7. When I try to install the Realtek High Definition Audio drivers, the installation fails, stating "no driver was supported in this driver package".

Where I can I download the Realtek High Definition Audio drivers from please? Or the most appropriate drivers for my motherboard. As Windows 10 is not listed as an option? As you can see in the following link:
MSI Global - The Leading Brand in High-end Gaming & Professional Creation

I hope somebody can help me

thanks
Tristan
have you tried the drivers from Realtek themself? https://www.realtek.com/en/componen...-codecs-high-definition-audio-codecs-software
 

erpman15ac02e2

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those Realtek HD audio drivers from the Realtek web site are at least 4 years old and may not produce a working Realtek HD Audio manager control panel app for some systems.

here's a link to one of the recent Realtek HD Audio drivers from the MSI site that can be used for such old MSI boards - v6.0.9151.1 (PG477) [much newer than the ones provided from the Realtek site] - compatible for 32bit/64bit Win7/8.x/10 systems.
 

mikail131159702dc

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If your device can't seem on Device Manager your sound chip is gone. I think that is.

Because I'm repairer. I frequently see that problem.
 

flobelix

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Win10 has the drivers included, there is no need for a separate driver. If no device appears it is either disabled in bios or dead like the previous poster already said.
 
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