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Windows 7 64 bit, No sound, Reltech HD drivers installed


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Hi My system specs are as follows

MOTHERBOARD : MSI P45 PLATINUM (LGA775)
CPU : Intel Q9505 Quad Core 2.83 GHZ, 6Mb cache FSB 1333 MHZ
RAM : DDR2 6GB 2x1GB OCZ and 2x4GB Generic
Graphics Card : Radeon HD 5750 1GB DDR5 running dual monitors
OS: Windows 7 Ultimate x64 Bit
Bios : MSI VER 1.60

Issue :

I have recently upgarded from windows 7 32 bit to windows 7 64 bit and i have lost my audio, i have checked all connections and are in the correct positions and seated correctly, have checked the speakes work and are connected properly, I have been onto the Msi website and ran live update and am quite sure it does not support the 64 bit edition so instead i downloaded and installed the drivers individually i have also checked the bios is the most current version and when i look on th control pane l i can see the ati hd audio icon in the volume control,i beleive it is a driver problem, but, am not sure if it is the audio driver or the driver that controls the front panel?????

any help would be welcomed as i have taken the workstation apart so many times now it is just becoming tedious

thank you for taking the time to read this problem and ANY ideas would be appreciated
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Hi All believe it or not but i hav e already sorted my problem, i was rechecking everything from scratch and i saw that the bios and not been successfully upgraded and once i really upgraded the bios to version 1.60, the audio sound came back and

Problem Solved
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