Error while installing Reatek audio driver

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Hello, I was trying to install the Realtek audio driver in my pc where I am using Windows XP operating system. But it stopped midway of installation and shows a message that says Error code 0xE0000227. I retried the installation and failed. Now waiting for help to fix this problem. Thanks.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #137327

Error while installing Reatek audio driver

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Hello Bettryjfrance,

Is it Real talk or rather Realtek? Those problems occur when you install a high definition driver on a Windows XP OS due to driver-OS incompatibility. Try to download the latest Realtek high definition driver which ios compatible for Windows XP. Go to "Control Panel" and Click "System" then to "Hardware". Choose "Devices by connection" from the "View Menu". Over the "UAA High Definition Audio Bus Driver for Microsoft", right-click Disable and uninstall. Reinstall the latest download driver. If error still exists after doing the said steps, contact your Service Center for further problem diagnosis.

Hope this information is useful.

Answered By 0 points N/A #137328

Error while installing Reatek audio driver

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Hi,

You have problems in installing Real Talk audio driver in your computer. You are using windows XP. Here are some solutions for you-

** Your real talk software may be in compatible with your main board. First ensure that you are trying to install Right software for your computer.

** If your software is right, then you need to reinstall your operating system.

**Enter DVD and reinstall operating system on your computer.

** Now try to install Real Talk audio driver.

**Restart your computer.

**Hope now your software will work well.

I hope your problem will be solved.

Have a nice day. Thank you.

Answered By 0 points N/A #137329

Error while installing Reatek audio driver

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Go to device manager, then expand “System Devices”, and locate “MS UAA bus” Right click over it, then click “Disable”.
Reboot and enter in “Safe Mode”, {hit “F8” just after bios post screen}
Once done go to device manager then expand “System Devices”, and locate “MS UAA bus” Right click over it, then click “Un-install”.

Reboot PC, then run Realtek driver installation again.

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