T440s Windows 10 Realtek Audio reboot loop
Have downloaded the latest driver audio realtek 10 Windows on lenovo and site when you install the driver that there is a message like
"the driver installation is a process of the 2 step, 1) uninstall the current driver and restart 2) installation of the new driver.
The works of uninstall and reboot happens, but after that start again the new driver won't install-, instead, the exact same window appears on uninstallation, to an endless reboot loop.
All the patches?
OK I seem to have installed now.
Two drivers are available for download on the page drivers lenovo, I installed the one older followed by the most recent and that worked.
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My laptop was working fine last night, but I left it on and unplugged and he died. This morning, I'm an endless loop of ' your pc encountered a problem and needs to restart. We collect only some error information, and then let's restart for you"the message appears for a second and then the VAIO logo reappears before the pop blue screen for a second. This goes just forever with no additional info. I can see an additional line appear on the blue screen every time everything as it turns off so it is unreadable.Help please?more information: the percentage never bar going past 0% it pop right to the top and back immediately to the VAIO screen.
This problem could be due to corruption of the system files, I suggest you try to perform auto repair using Windows 8 disc of Windows recovery environment (WinRE) and check if it helps.
To run auto repair on follow computer Windows 8 as follows:
a. Insert the media (USB or DVD) and restart your computer.
b. press on the key F12 (usually it's F12, but it may differ between computer manufacturers) and choose the drive in which you inserted into the installation media.
c. once the Windows Setup window appears, follow these steps:
d. click Next and select repair your computer.
e. you will see an option to choose and then a blue screen. Choose the troubleshooting option and select advanced options.
f. you can choose automatic repair of the advanced boot option.
Keep us updated on the status of the issue.
It is a copy of my thread to http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-performance/windows-10-update-1511-reboot-loop-bootcamp/8653... as I was asked to post here by the Microsoft Support Engineer.
Friday night, I went to bed with a working machine. I had a late 2013 Mac Pro BootCamp running with a Windows 10 Pro installed, the Build version before 1511.
On Saturday morning, I woke up to my PC restart itself over and over again. It seems that Windows Update has decided to put a new version of Windows 10 on my machine without my knowledge. I discovered this after restoring an acronis backup (which took a few hours because of the number of incremental backups)
Occasionally (about 1 in 20 restarts) it would blue screen with an error:
But the rest of the time he would just start, flash a window for a millisecond that says (I think) winlaunch.exe, then restart.
I tried a lot of things to sort it, including:
(1) restore from a backup, acronis to Friday morning, running sfc/scannow, and then runs the update
(2) the creation of a recovery USB, enter the console, change the boot to legacy method, so I can F8, then goes into all security modes and mode of illegal product, but I can find where windows 10 now puts the boot log
(3) restored from acronis, switched to mac, created a new bootcamp drivers usb, switched to windows and run the option 'fix drivers' before performing the update.
Ntbtlog.txt is not anywhere on the partition. I ran a dir /s > a.txt then open this a.txt in Notepad and searched him.
I don't know where to go from here. I can acronis restore of a windows 10 work machine the morning before installing mandatory 1511. I don't know how to delay the update no more, I noted during a restore I had delay on updates that are why it has arisen just now.
I do not know how to find where this BSOD ACPI.sys will come (even if it happens so rarely) or this that its trying to load just before it crashes (so I can try to delete the driver etc. by the front restored windows to upgrade)
I guess the widowed causes 10 to do a restore, then the restore fails.
Overall, I get at the end of my wits with this, to go a completely Windows 10 installation work Friday to more than two wasted days, restore backups, try again, rinse and repeat. It's now Monday morning and I am posting this as a ditch last attempt to solve the problem, your help would be appreciated.
If you need more information please let me know the location of the files, etc, or their names and I will do my best to have copies available for you.
I will now restore the backup again, uninstall loading of drivers, and then try the update of windows for the 4th or 5th time.
Thanks in advance,
Woo Hoo, I've solved the problem!
I uninstalled the drivers of graphics from AMD (with AMD Driver Cleaner) and Arcronis True Image Home 2013 at the same time, then let Windows Update run its course. Now I have a machine with Windows Version 1511 10!
It took me 4 days of downtime...
I hope this helps someone else.
Installation of Boot Camp utility stopped working after that Win 10 Pro was made. Installer got stuck on step 'realtek' audio I restarted Windows, but Boot Camp does not resume or restart the Windows installation process-side utilities?
How can I get the Boot Camp utility to install entirely in Win 10 Pro? After winning 10 Pro was finished installing, the installation of Boot Camp process began but eventually got stuck at halfway through (for 20 minutes) on stage 'Realtek Audio. A restart of Windows has not triggered a recovery or re-starting installation of the Boot Camp utility. Windows, it works, but I have no utilities 'Boot Camp' and can not find any Boot Camp file stored on the side of Windows again.
Please see Bootcamp 6.0 driver install interrupted for resolution.
Windows 7 Edition Home Premium. After that windows update KB982926 & KB982670, will in a reboot loop, 64 bit, Dell Studio XPS. I used F8 & restore to burst. Tried the update again with the same results. Silverlight & Net Framework updates
I want to clarify if you are able to start the computer on the desktop after the system restore.
Follow the steps mentioned below and then try to install the updates manually
Step 1: Auditor of file system (CFS) scan to fix all of the corrupted system files. To do this, follow the steps mentioned in the link below:
How to use the System File Checker tool to fix the system files missing or corrupted on Windows Vista or Windows 7
Step 2: Run the fixit available in the link below to reset windows update components.
How to reset the Windows Update components?
Step 3: Disable the security software; Follow the steps mentioned in the link below
Disable antivirus software
Important: Activate security software once everything is done.
Step 4: Download the update manually and then install them
The .NET Framework 4 Client Profile is available on Windows Update
Description of the update for Silverlight:
Thank you, and in what concerns:
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My Windows 7 from Vista installation failed. After two-thirds of the site amenities treat the cumputer close and
said that he would like to reinstall my old version of vista. My Dell XPS 1330 since this message is in a reboot loop.
You have any ideas to fix this?
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I am currently stuck in Safe Mode reboot loop. This happened after I opted to enter Safe Mode via MSconfig (box checked/SafeBoot in BOOT. INI tab). I am unable to secure through all normal boot, command, etc.
I have already installed Recovery Console but I try to use it, I get the error "UNMPOUNTABLE_BOOT_VOLUME" on blue screen.
I don't have a Windows XP CD, so last night I started with Knoppix successfully but can not access the Boot.ini file. I think it's because the encryption (Encryption Plus Hard Disk of GuardianEdge) provided with the laptop software. Before this has is spent, during the boot process, I get the login screen of encryption before Windows XP starts. Without this step, I can't access all the files.
My question is this: is it possible to achieve connection encryption while that started using Knoppix?
I'm completely locked out of my laptop. I appreciate any help you can offer.
You should look at this thread: http://social.answers.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/xprepair/thread/384b006b-f2a5-4495-94da-981a8ad0b003
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Recently, I accidentally upgraded my HP Envy 14 from Windows 7 to Windows 10 and let the month pass without switch back. Due to one host of other problems that have arisen, I decided to Windows 7, so I took out my old Windows 7 recovery disc to re-install Windows 7.
He successfully reformats the hard drive and everything seems to go well until the end of the installation, when all of a sudden it shuts off and restarts. He will then get as far as the 'starting windows' screen before it restarts again, each time giving to the screen "Windows is not stopped successfully", is not just a part of the installation process. He's stuck in this reboot loop.
I have created a startup repair disk and ran the Startup Repair, but he reported having found no problem. Very well.
When you try to start the computer in safe mode, I get to the screen "Windows is set up your computer for first use" and then informs me that Windows cannot complete the installation in safe mode. He gets up to now in normal mode, however.
The battery is thus burned - can install Windows on a computer that has failed the test of the battery? I don't see how there would be a relationship, but I'm really running out of ideas.
Thanks for any help/insight you have!
Eventually the recovery disc files are corrupted, try the following:
Download Windows 7:
For 5 years, Microsoft made it fairly easy for users of the Windows 7 operating system to get reinstall media. If you have lost your support disc or installation retail collection; either it has been damaged or defective; You can download a copy of the edition that you have licensed from a membership site called Digital River. More recently, Microsoft ended the availability to reinstall media that you can download as a. File ISO in Digital River, which is a digital reproduction of an optical disc.
It was particularly convenient for people who could not easily get the manufacturer's recovery media, did not want to pay the fees required to get or preferred a clean configuration without the software packaged manufacturers or even a recovery partition does not work. It's easy to use, all you had to do was reinstall and reactivate using the product key located on the certificate of authenticity and download all the drivers on the manufacturers website.
Given that this option is no longer available, what are your options? See the article for more details:
Make sure you scroll down and read the section:
What to do if you cannot get your manufacturer recovery media, refuse to use or to buy it or the Microsoft Software Recovery Website does not work?
* Original title: DD Realtek Audio Manager... »
I had to do a cleaning and reloading my system 64 windows 7 # when I return it to the tecknician that I have now no DD Realtek audio Manager... just a generic system of its whats up with this? is there a way that I can download this from Microsoft or can I get it on the original disc supplied with my system or this tech who fixed my PC has changed my motherboard? can someone help me with this please... it's just not in my system and I'm very angry m.. .thank you.
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According to the description, I understand that you want to download the Realtek audio Manager on your PC running Windows 7. I will certainly help you to question.
I suggest you to download the software from the link below and check if it helps:
Hope this information helps.
1. I upgraded my comp to Windows 7, Ultimate because I need to use many XP programs. What I've discovered, is the virtual XP Mode is not the same thing as XP regular and many programs do not run properly. Particularly theAudio out to lunch and MS GS Wavetable is not available in XP Mode.
2 - I end up having to buy another XP-Professional and installed in the same notebook. I have to turn off the laptop restart and select the Windows 7 to XP operating system. All old programs work fine under XP.
3 - I continued looking for a fix for the XP Audio Mode or virtual. Almost 2 years now, I can not find such a simple solution.
4. today, I found something on the Microsoft RDP Audio driver. What is the reason? Anyone know?
5. are there available MS drivers or resources?
I'm not interested in the commercial programs or attempts to scan my computer. MS sold Windows 7 that can run XP so I think that Microsoft is responsible for fixing.
Thanks in advance,
Windows XP mode - 7: how to get the Realtek Audio Drivers with GS Wavetable outside normal? Instead of RDP Audio driver!
The question you posted would be better suited in the TechNet Forums. I would recommend posting your query in the Windows Virtual PC and XP Mode Forums.
I just made a few updates to Windows on my Lenovo IdeaPad Z580. I am running Windows 8.1. The list of updates consisted of a few definitions of spyware and the Realtek Audio update. I updated and installed updates and restarted my computer immediately out of habit. I received an error message after that reboot that says "Please install the correct audio driver before using OneKey Theater. In addition, music will play through your PC speakers, but all of a sudden the Dolby Digital Home Theater v4 does not work. The application turns on and I can adjust the equalizer settings, but it doesn't show any activity when the music plays. When I adjust the settings there is no change in the music. I luckilky had a very recent system so image backup I returned to that and all right, but after running the same updates the same questions came.
Help would be greatly appreciated, thanks!
Try to locate the audio device in Device Manager. Right-click and select Properties / / restore drivers driver. Then, go to the control panel and run Windows update. Disable the driver that is causing the problem. Right click and select hide so that it will not be installed automatically. Reset.
I have a Sony Vaio laptop with Windows 8 installed and updated as much as possible without jumping to 8.1
The driver realtek audio does not often now after only a year and a half. I have to disable and re activate driver all the time to get sound of my machine, and even that is only a temporary solution. This problem needs fixing (I also do not like a forced reboot every time that your company has a patch to update, as opposed to allow8ng us to update when it is convenient for us)
These drivers are the province of Sony and RealTek. Windows did not eventually
drivers for the thousands and thousands of devices out there. If the manufacturer of the device OEM
is responsible for providing the correct drivers.
Sony - Contacts
Sony - drivers
Sony - Support
Sony - Forums
http://www.Realtek.com/default.aspx I hope this helps.
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I reinstalled the drivers for card its nvidia and realtek. My Tecra S11 is very slow since I installed the latest video driver from nvidia site nvidia.
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Can you please post the exact model name and model number?
You can find it on Toshiba sticker placed on the bottom of your laptop.
Notebook computers typical product
Series of Satellite products
Satellite A100 (PSAA2) model
Don't model brief no PSAA2E
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Both posted Realtek drivers on the support page do not work. The operating system is Win XP Home SP2 and fully updated with the latest versions of Microsoft operating systems and software. I tracked 9 other realtek drivers supposed to work with Satellites but none were good and I am running low on time. Anyone got any ideas?
First of all patches must be installed. Then restart the laptop and remove PCI devices with yellow exclamation mark appearing in-system devices > Device Manager.
Then restart the computer and reinstall the Realtek audio driver
I recently bought a Y700 laptop with a 128 GB m2 and 1 TB hard drive.
I found that the 128 GB drive is just about acceptable, but as I do photography editing, the drive working essentially consumes the rest 30 GB I have free instantly. I would also like a little more room for manoeuvre for failing to manage the storage space so closely.
So I bought the following:
Samsung SM951 M.2 PCIe SSD 512 GB
SM951 Series MZHPV512HDGL-00000
Capacity - 512 GB
I read NVMe version is not supported, but I assumed it would work.
I tried to use Acronis True Image clone/backup the existing drive, actually a recovery disc and used to restore the backup to the new drive. So far, everything seems to work.
However, after reboot, first of all, I got a BSOD message saying "Inaccessible_boot_device" and then the system reboots. At this point the loop starts, the screen shows the text "LENOVO" on black for about 10 seconds, switches and 2 seconds later goes on to repeat the process to infinity.
Thinking it was a problem with Acronis, I tried to use the Installation of Windows Media disc for just fresh install windows on the disk. Once again, everything seems to work and has been installed properly. However once the installation has been completed, once again reboot loop began.
I must add that when the loop runs, hitting F2 or any other key does not work, so I can't access the bios to tell the computer to boot from a key USB etc. To exit the loop, I have to power off the laptop and remove the offending SSD drive and then restart. At this stage F2 works, allow me in the BIOS to re - assign the USB as a boot priority to try to restore media etc.
I also tried to do "repair Windows startup", but after a few minutes, the repair process said that he could not repair the drive.
At this point, I wonder which of the following occurs:
1 drive is defective
2 - the drive is not compatible (material)
3. drive is incompatible because of outdated drivers (the laptop is 1 month old)
Any help you offer is appreciated, because I doubt now, I can return the drive given the way it has been used now!
An apparent difficulty has been to change the UEFI boot to legacy mode, but I kept the UEFI as first priority in the boot sequence. Things seem to work fine now.
Weird that the 128 GB m2 player provided by Lenovo was beautiful on UEFI, yet my 512 GB there is no work?
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