Realtek HD audio manager error

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Hey guys,

I downloaded realtek hd audio manager 2 days ago and it was working fine, but today I got an error message like this:

Realtek HD Audio Manager

Access violation at address 7E42948D in module 'USER32.dll'. Read of address 019C8004.

I have tried looking for some solutions and searching those error codes, but I still can't find a way to fix it. Does anybody here have suggestions? It will be a big help! 🙂

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Answered By 0 points N/A #83443

Realtek HD audio manager error


This kind of problem due to the some application is missing because of anti-virus deleting of existing file of your Audio program, to solve this kind of issue you must reinstall again the audio software, make sure the software that you used is compatible to your hardware, to do this execution of reinstalling your Audio program,>>>click start menu>>Control Panel>> find Add and Remove Program,>>then find the name of  Audio Program that you’ve been being installed>>>click Remove or Uninstall Program>>> Restart Computer>>after restarting install again the software of audio…. Thank you hope you can do it…



Answered By 0 points N/A #83444

Realtek HD audio manager error


Hi, Michael,

I have also come across a similar problem when running a certain program. Here the problem is that the system configuration utility has two programs crushing and therefore needs to be checked. You may go to Start button then run and type "msconfig" System Configuration utility. Illustrated is example;

Once you open the utility, you need to change some of the settings and uncheck the 'Realtek Audio manager' the problem might be solved since the .dll file is the one missing. You may also try looking for the file on the internet. Thanks, hope this solves the problem.

Answered By 0 points N/A #83445

Realtek HD audio manager error


Hi Michael,

You can resolve your issue by repairing the user32.dll using the Windows Update, reinstalling Realtek HD Audio Manager or restore your computer before experiencing the issue.

How to repair User32.dll issue using Windows Update:

1. Visit

2. On the page, choose the option “Scan for updates”. Select “Yes” if you will be prompted to install a plug-in.

Note: Make sure to update all critical updates specially driver updates.

Uninstall and reinstall your Realtek HD Audio Manager:

1. First uninstall your Realtek HD Audio Manager. On your Window screen, go to “Start”.

2. Go to “Control Panel” or “Settings” first and then “Control Panel”

3. Then double click “Add/Remove Programs” or “Uninstall a program”

4. Look “Realtek HD Audio Manager” and proceed with the removal of this product.

Note: After you uninstall Realtek HD Audio Manager, reinstall it like the first time and see if you will still encounter the same error message.

If none of the above resolve your issue, please try the System Restore:

Windows XP:

1. Click “Start”

2. Choose “Programs”, then “Accessories”

3. Choose “System Tools”. Open “System Restore”


– You can also type restore or rstrui in the run and then press enter.

– Always use the recommended restore point.



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