[SOLVED] I USED DRIVER BOOSTER NOW MY SOUND IS REALLY DISTORTED / BAD PLEASE HELP

zaptized24

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I used driver booster and i dont know what it did but when it was done my sound is really distorted and just bad all around i tryed to rollback my realtek sound driver and that didnt work i dont know what it changed
 

Darkbreeze

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I used driver booster
And THAT, is your problem. Don't ever use ANY of the "driver" crapware out there. There is absolutely ZERO need for doing that and it almost always creates problems where there was none before. ALWAYS, ONLY, update drivers based on what is available from either the manufacturer of the hardware or the chipset manufacturer.

Is this a laptop or a desktop, and if it's a desktop, what is the motherboard model number OR the model number of your PCI soundcard if you have one?
 

Darkbreeze

Retired Mod
I used driver booster
And THAT, is your problem. Don't ever use ANY of the "driver" crapware out there. There is absolutely ZERO need for doing that and it almost always creates problems where there was none before. ALWAYS, ONLY, update drivers based on what is available from either the manufacturer of the hardware or the chipset manufacturer.

Is this a laptop or a desktop, and if it's a desktop, what is the motherboard model number OR the model number of your PCI soundcard if you have one?
 
I used driver booster and i dont know what it did but when it was done my sound is really distorted and just bad all around i tryed to rollback my realtek sound driver and that didnt work i dont know what it changed
Try removing the driver booster as well as all your audio devices from the device manager and the realtek sofware, then reboot and reinstall the audio software from the motherboard site.
 

zaptized24

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Sep 27, 2018
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And THAT, is your problem. Don't ever use ANY of the "driver" crapware out there. There is absolutely ZERO need for doing that and it almost always creates problems where there was none before. ALWAYS, ONLY, update drivers based on what is available from either the manufacturer of the hardware or the chipset manufacturer.

Is this a laptop or a desktop, and if it's a desktop, what is the motherboard model number OR the model number of your PCI soundcard if you have one?
i rolled back my pc and its fine now
 

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