Before trying to access Realtek audio console make sure you have downloaded and installed Realtek audio console first, after that you can follow these steps.
Whenever people complain they are unable to locate the Realtek Audio console, what usually happens is Realtek icon will not appear in the system tray, Control Panel, or Task Manager. It may appear in one of these locations for some, but they will be unable to open it.
Even if you navigate to the Realtek Audio Console executable file’s location, double-clicking it will not do anything. So, the bottom line is that you won’t see the Realtek Audio console anywhere on the system, and if you do, opening it (double-clicking) will do nothing.
The most common cause of this is the drivers. If your drivers were not correctly installed or became corrupted, your Realtek Audio Console may act in this manner.
This can also happen to people who purchased a new computer and installed Windows, updated the windows or accidentally deleted some important files, however, this issue is not limited to that group of users.
Realtek Audio Console gives you several options for adjusting your sound settings.
So how do I access Realtek Audio Console?
To access Realtek audio console follow these steps
- Press Windows key and press R
- Type C:\Program Files\Realtek\Audio\HDA\ and then press Enter
- Locate and double-click the main .exe file
- This should open the Realtek Audio Console for you.
If this works for you, right-click the .exe file and choose to Create shortcut. Add this shortcut to your desktop.
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