I can`t install my Realtek Audio Driver.

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Hello,

3 days ago I uninstalled my Realtek Audio Driver and I can`t install it again. IT shows an error: 0x000003E3

When I go to device manager and click update driver it shows an error that "The I/O operation has been aborted because of either a thread exit on an application request."

Is there any way to install it correctly?

Please tell me.

Right now.

My OS is – Windows XP SP2

The motherboard is – ASUS P5G41T-M LX3.

 

 

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Answered By 0 points N/A #169379

I can`t install my Realtek Audio Driver.

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Hi Sandeep784,

Let me help you out. First, check out the latest Realtek audio driver from Asus. It's good to know that you specify your motherboard. I found the link for you from the Asus official website. It's safe to download drivers from the manufacturer. Download here:

http://support.asus.com/Error.aspx?Slanguage=en

 

         
 

Now follow these steps:

1.   Restart your PC.

2.   While booting press F8, and then select "Safe Mode".

3.   Disable your antivirus application temporarily or disable after computer restarts. As I said it came from the manufacturer and it's a trusted application. Also this will ensure successful installation and because you mention that the thread was close due to an application request. Sometimes antivirus applications interrupt installation that causes the crash.

4.   Now, install the driver.

5.   Restart after the installation is finished. Do not press F8 again while booting.

6.   Check if your audio driver works now.

* Go to Control Panel, click system properties.

* Under the hardware tab, click device manager.

Check if it's installed correctly under "sound, video and game controllers".

Lastly, check if your antivirus is now enabled. Enable it if not.

Hope this helps.

 

Answered By 0 points N/A #169380

I can`t install my Realtek Audio Driver.

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I also install the latest version from the manufacturer's website. But after copying files it shows the same "The I/O operation has been aborted because of either a thread exit on an application request."

What does it mean and how can I fix it?

Please reply.

Thanks in advance.

 

Answered By 0 points N/A #169381

I can`t install my Realtek Audio Driver.

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You can try this solution I think it's working

Disable audio controller in normal Windows mode > Reboot in safe mode > Go to Device Manager > Uninstall > Install now Realtek driver and reboot in safe mode again > Go to Device Manager and see the driver's version at this time you should have the updated driver > Reboot normally and enjoy. If already there Realtek HD Sound Driver,

Open- My Computer-Properties-Hardware-Device Manger-sound, video, games control-audio device right click -update driver-no not this time-next-install list of specific (Advanced)-don't searches-Next-Hard Disk- Browse-My Computer-C drive- Realtek-Audio-HDA file is there Open-Ok- Next-Finish-System Restart. 

 

Answered By 0 points N/A #169382

I can`t install my Realtek Audio Driver.

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Error 0x000003e3 are due to a missing system files on your computer which you accidentally removed when you uninstall Realtek. Try the following workarounds below:

1. Update your Windows to replace the missing system files. Just click Start and then type Update on the search box. If there are available updates, click Install.

2. Update your Realtek driver by going to your manufacturer's website. Go to ASUSTek website to download and install the update.

3. Run a Disk Cleanup.

4. Perform a System Restore.

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