Topic: help me with realtek hd with toshiba xp sp2 ou sp3

hi all
I have toshiba satellite with realtek hd audio, its came with windows 7 but I need xp for some applications,
I isntall xp sp3 but it didnt detect sound card before installing driver and after too, what I did I look in google I found fixer from microsoft called kb835221.exe when I isntall it it detect sound and it works the problem is when I reboot the sound gone again, I have to start again kb835221.exe or I go to device manager I uninstall microsoft uaa audio... when I refresh it detect again sound card, but when I reboot no sound no card.
I find some post in internet the problem was with sp3 so I install windows xp sp2 with kb888111.exe but same problem ,.

the problem is the sound gone after reboot I mean the device disapear in device manager after reboot but in device system microsot UAA high.... exist when I uninstall it and refresh it detect again sound card I think the conflict is there
any help will be really appreciated I become mad cause this problem

sorry for my english wink

Re: help me with realtek hd with toshiba xp sp2 ou sp3

You need to restore the factory installed Windows 7.
Then install XP in either Microsoft XP Mode (VirtualPC) or in VirtualBox.  Both are free.
HD audio won't work properly without SP3 and even then Toshiba needs to support it.

Re: help me with realtek hd with toshiba xp sp2 ou sp3

thanx for ur reply
the problem is i have to unisntall every time microsoft uaa audio high definition from device system to can detect it again , the problem why when I reboot the sound card gone with microsoft uaa audio .. present in device system, I think its just small conflict which can resolve it with registration edit or fix any system file to alow sound card be detected after reboot

thanx for any suggestion

a freind challenge me to never fix it , so I want to proove his the opposite please  help

Re: help me with realtek hd with toshiba xp sp2 ou sp3

There is much to what mr_smartepants says.  One need install SP3, then after a couple of reboots, the relevant HD-audio driver.  Clearing out outdated driver backups and purging the WINDOWS\INF\ folder of outdated oem??.inf files first may be tiresome, yet rewarding.  Good luck!

XP Mode on Win7 for free:  http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download … px?id=8002
  use same file for 8 --> http://lifehacker.com/5965889/how-to-ru … -windows-8  smile

I'm not sure about what Mr. Thurrott says concerning Hyper-V, maybe somebody else knows.

Last edited by TechDud (2013-03-11 00:56:45)

Re: help me with realtek hd with toshiba xp sp2 ou sp3

It didn't work for me.