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Very Very slow performance after installing Audio High Def drivers

Posted on 2008-11-01
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Building a new PC, using an NVIDIA xfx nForce 780i SLI (3-WAY) motherboard,  everything was fine until I installed the RealTek Audio drivers.  Now the system is extremely slow.  XFX slpash screen stays up for 2 minutes, then the text displays one letter at a time (typing speed).  Even in Bios, the screen draws itself instead of the quick display.  

I was trying to fix  High Definition Audio bus issue.    Windows seems to run at a correct speed, just booting to windows takes forever.  Also the High Def issue is resolved and does not show up  as an exxlamation point in device manager.

Any thoughts?

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what happens if you u ninstall the driver? or disable audio in the bios?
it can be you have a hardware problem
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