Download Realtek Audio Driver for Windows 11 or 10 

Realtek Audio Driver is the most commonly used sound driver on Windows operating system for managing audio configuration. It also packs Realtek High Definition Audio Manager (Realtek HD Audio Manager) with DTS, Dolby, and Surround Sound support. Sometimes you may face difficulty in accessing the sound driver. You may also experience the Realtek HD Audio Manager icon missing, not opening, etc. We will provide the latest Realtek Audio Driver for your Windows 11 or Windows 10 PC to fix Realtek Audio Issues.

Realtek Audio Driver

Realtek Audio Driver Download for Windows 11/10

Method 1: Through Realtek Website

Head over to the Realtek official website’s Audio Manager page.

Note: Audio drivers provided by the Realtek website are general drivers for our audio ICs, and may not offer the customizations made by your system/motherboard manufacturer. If you want to get the full customizations provided in your original audio product, you should download the latest drivers from your system/motherboard manufacturer’s website.

Find the corresponding driver for your Windows 11/10 system.

Now tap on the download icon to download Realtek Audio Driver for PC (64bit or 32bit based).

Once the download is completed, tap on the exe file

Now follow the on-screen instructions to install Audio Driver.

Method 2: From Device Manager

Enter the Win+X combination and then click on Device Manager from the menu.

Now expand the “Sound, video and game controllers”.

You have to right-click Realtek High Definition Audio.

Select Update driver

Select Update driver to update the outdated Realtek Audio driver.

You will see two options: (1) Search automatically for updated software and (2) Browse for a manual driver located on your computer.

You have to choose the “Search automatically” option.

Now the latest driver will automatically start updating.

Restart your PC to save the changes.

Now you will see the Realtek High Definition Audio in the taskbar (If you still do not see then check if Microsoft’s pre-installed drivers are causing the issue).

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