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HD Audio Bus Driver Failed to load: 0xE0000227


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#31
johnny_

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I hope this can still help you:

Go to Device Manager/Device Drivers

Disable microsoft UAA bus driver ...
Uninstall UAA bus driver

Install realtek driver and it will work.

I just joined this forum and I am a bit late with this but this will work. :)


Well,my friend... I would like to say that i have same problem! bealive it or not!!! I have windows xp sp2, and my motherboard is gigabayte Ga-m68SM-S2 nForce 630A/GeForce7025. I`we tried everything!! Probably,almost everything!! Nothing works.... Problem is always the same... i read carefullyevery your comment and try to solve the problem the way you said! Still, nothing works... HELP!!!
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Thanks Miguel 99. Worked first time. :) I hope someone does you a good turn someday.

juswee


I hope this can still help you:

Go to Device Manager/Device Drivers

Disable microsoft UAA bus driver ...
Uninstall UAA bus driver

Install realtek driver and it will work.

I just joined this forum and I am a bit late with this but this will work. :)


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I hope this can still help you:

Go to Device Manager/Device Drivers

Disable microsoft UAA bus driver ...
Uninstall UAA bus driver

Install realtek driver and it will work.

I just joined this forum and I am a bit late with this but this will work. :)


Once Again, another VERY SATISFIED Reader... Thanks so much Miguell99!! MUCH APPRECIATED, also joined just to say thank you, and I as well am gonna stay as a member... THANKS AGAIN
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I had the same problem with MB ASUS P5KPL and I've solved it by removing some records from SystemRegister using Regedit...
Just type "UAA bus", find all records and delete them.


I rebuilt a machine with a C drive that has XP SP3. New mb is giving me all the driver issues that are known.

The other way wasn't working, so I decided to try yours. Regedit says I can't delete the entries and won't say why. Meanwhile, I can't even remove the Realtek install that failed. Add/Remove Programs claims it's installed, but won't do anything when I click to remove it.

I'm having no luck with sound. Any other suggestions on how to get it working are greatly welcomed.
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...but this will work. :)

It does, really! Thanks a lot!
For some time, I couldn't find the UAA entry in a new Belinea 17" notebook. But after removing an existing HDAUD??.sys (don't know the exact name anymore), the UAA entry appears as yellow one in the device manager. After removing it and installation of the Realtek driver successfully then, everything had been recognized after restart and it worked.
Thanks again from Germany,

Matthias
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Thanks Man you are genius!!!!!!!!!! :) :)
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This thing help ! TNX MATE !!!!

Edited by Maxxis, 25 October 2009 - 09:35 AM.

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I hope this can still help you:

Go to Device Manager/Device Drivers

Disable microsoft UAA bus driver ...
Uninstall UAA bus driver

Install realtek driver and it will work.

I just joined this forum and I am a bit late with this but this will work. :)


Signed up just to say thank you miguel, this issue has given me a bit of headache for the last hour and your tip worked a treat.
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I hope this can still help you:

Go to Device Manager/Device Drivers

Disable microsoft UAA bus driver ...
Uninstall UAA bus driver

Install realtek driver and it will work.

I just joined this forum and I am a bit late with this but this will work. :)

again, It works for me!
joined just to say thank you so much, miguel. :)

Edited by dangerous.uds, 19 December 2009 - 08:04 AM.

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Disable microsoft UAA bus driver ...
Uninstall UAA bus driver
Install realtek driver and it will work.

Your advice worked on my friends computer perfectly! Thanks, guru :)
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Hi all this is the first forum i join....the cause is this problem with sound.


miguel99 U RULE MATE THANKS A LOT

Edited by morgoth, 24 January 2010 - 09:13 AM.

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Nice to hear it worked :).

I was able to uninstall the UAA driver immediately after I disabled it.
It seems that there are some differences between the XP Pro configurations.


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Disable microsoft UAA bus driver ...
Uninstall UAA bus driver
Install realtek driver and it will work.

Your advice worked on my friends computer perfectly! Thanks, guru :)



U r the Guru I owe u for this man i really have no words to express my feelings after u gave this info.. r u from MIT or something.
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Thanks everyone for sharing your thoughts, it's great to read your stories and see some similar experiences from the past decade!
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Despite this thread being 2 years old I had to join to say THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!

You've saved my sanity, a whole lot of money and possibly my marriage!!!! Husband was getting fed up with me shouting at the computer for the last few weeks trying to solve this [bleep] problem.

You deserve a medal. Or a very large drink. In fact, both.
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