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No touchpad, he does have a (VPC-L22DFX) touchscreen

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Now I'm scratching my head a little bit.  Ever since I uninstalled the Alps Pointing Device for Vaio drivers and updated the Logitech Setpoint drivers to the latest ones (when I connected a cordless Logitech USB mouse, it seemed to have downloaded & installed the LnonPnP.sys file from the Logitech site), any older Realtek HD audio drivers that have previously crashed with blue screen errors during installation [like 7203, 7246, 7312, etc.] on the Vaio VPCEB series laptop seem to complete installation successfully without crashing (woo-hoo!).  :)

 

And there was a 7200 driver from Gigabyte [aka R3.87] (ah, a driver version between 7195 & 7203) that also worked on the Vaio laptop.

Seems like the Realtek driver crashing problems on the vaio laptop are over now.

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I may have a newer ALPS driver for your VAIO, you said yours was from 2010 I have one from 2011. What is your hardware id for the VAIO VPCE touchpad?

 

http://s02.download.sony.com/US/pc/ALDOTH-00249344-1042.EXE

DriverVer = 04/07/2011, 7.107.505.106

*SNY9001,ACPI\SNY9001    ;Alps Pointing-device
*SNY9002,ACPI\SNY9002    ;Alps Pointing-device
*SNY9006,ACPI\SNY9006    ;Alps Pointing-device (Film)
*SNY9009,ACPI\SNY9009    ;Alps Pointing-device (Wide/Standard size)
*SNY900A,ACPI\SNY900A    ;Alps Pointing-device (Wide/Compact size)
*SNY900C,ACPI\SNY900C    ;Alps Pointing-device (Wide/Compact size)
*SNYALP0001,ACPI\SNYALP0001    ;Alps Pointing-device
*PNP0F13,ACPI\PNP0F13,*PNP0F03,ACPI\PNP0F03,*PNP0F0E,ACPI\PNP0F0E,*PNP0F0B,ACPI\PNP0F0B,*PNP0F12,ACPI\PNP0F12            ;PS/2 mouse
BTW my friend who had bluescreen crashes also has a Logitech Anywhere MX mouse, I think this may have been the common cause
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sorry rick but that 2011 alps driver won't work.  the hardward id on my brother's Sony Vaio laptop is sort of an unlucky one.

It's *SNYALP0012 or ACPI\SNYALP0012 and that is not listed in the 2011 Alps driver.

 

but anyways, things are better now on the Sony laptop with the alps driver gone.  And version 6.0.1.7334 of the Realtek HD Audio driver (dated Sept. 2, 2014) has recently been posted on Microsoft Update Catalog for 64bit Windows 8.1 systems.

 

Try removing the Logitech Anywhere MX mouse drivers (and perhaps install the Logitech Setpoint 6.65 drivers on your friend's sony laptop).  Then try installing the newer realtek audio drivers.

 

Though it's nice that there are newer Windows Installer MSI security updates from KB2918614 (even for XP embedded), the KB2918614 MSI updates have caused some problems, breaking the Windows Installer service on some Win7 & Win8 machines as mentioned in this Microsoft Community forum thread.

 

So far the KB2918614 MS14-049 Windows Installer updates have not messed up Windows Installer on my Vista/Win7/Win8 computers.

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Anyone have the source for 7339?

 

MSI Global site - Realtek Audio 6.0.1.7339 for Win7 & Win8.1 x64 edition, listed on the MSI GE70 2PC Apache downloads page.

Found this through a Yahoo search, not a Google search (yup, google could not easily locate the 7339 drivers at MSI but yahoo did)

 

Update 9/24: I also found versions 6.0.1.7318 and 6.0.1.7344 of the Realtek HD Audio drivers at MSI

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Thanks for 7344

 

They seem to have reverted to an earlier version of MaxxAudio* libs and removed some others in 7344, maybe this was part of the cause of the blue screens

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thanks Andi for the link to the 7349 drivers.

personally, I'll wait for a 735x or 736x driver made in October as I'm fine using the 7344 drivers.

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found a source for the 7348 drivers - Gigabyte (posted 10/17/2014 on the Gigabyte P35W-V3 & P35X-V3 download pages; they didn't post it sooner but better late than never)

and 7340 for 32bit Win8.1 systems (dated 9/10/2014) is available from Microsoft Update Catalog

 

Update 12/15: The huge 7348 driver package from Gigabyte contains Dolby DS1 (dolby digital plus editions of advanced audio & home theater), Dolby PCEE4 [Dolby Advanced Audio V2 & Dolby Home Theater V4] and Waves MaxxAudio installers in Windows MSI packages.

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thanks rick but too little too late.

Microsoft did far better than ASUS - 7368 dated 10/21/2014 (saw these on the Station-Drivers forum just now)

32bit - 64bit

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Does anyone know the source for 6.0.1.7365? It's on Station Drivers. Thanks!

 

not yet as of 11/16/2014.  PC manufacturer(s) who had the 7365 drivers won't pubicly post it up online; that's why the source hasn't been found.

There's also a 2nd set of 7368 drivers from the Station Drivers site but with an executable setup installer and is not from Microsoft.

On the other hand, a 2nd source of the 7354 drivers is revealed and IS from Microsoft.

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not yet as of 11/16/2014.  PC manufacturer(s) who had the 7365 drivers won't pubicly post it up online; that's why the source hasn't been found.

There's also a 2nd set of 7368 drivers from the Station Drivers site but with an executable setup installer and is not from Microsoft.

On the other hand, a 2nd source of the 7354 drivers is revealed and IS from Microsoft.

 

Thank you so much.

 

The original source is really important for me as I don't want any "homemade" installer. Don't really trust Station-Drivers in this regard.

 

Cheers and keep up the good work.

Source for those 7368 with setup are from HP

 

http://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp69501-70000/sp69681.exe

 

Thanks, that is what we need, a trusted source.

 

Interesting enough, HP doesn't list the real driver version.

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Thanks, that is what we need, a trusted source.

 

Interesting enough, HP doesn't list the real driver version.

 

not only that, Hewlett-Packard (HP) seems to be somewhat vague on what systems their Realtek Audio 7368 driver package apply to.

Quote from the sp69681 softpaq package:

 

 

TITLE: Realtek High-Definition (HD) Audio Driver

VERSION: 1.00 REV: B PASS: 2

DESCRIPTION:

This package provides the driver for the Realtek High-Definition (HD) Audio in

supported notebook models that are running a supported operating system.

PURPOSE: Routine

SOFTPAQ FILE NAME: SP69681.exe

SOFTPAQ MD5: 055aea6b84807c82243b492203f98e2f

SUPERSEDES: None

EFFECTIVE DATE: November 05, 2014

CATEGORY: Driver-Audio

SSM SUPPORTED: Yes

PRODUCT TYPE(S):

Notebooks

HARDWARE PRODUCT MODEL(S):

HP Pavilion 10 Notebook PC

OPERATING SYSTEM(S):

Microsoft Windows 7 Enterprise 64 Edition

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Basic 64 Edition

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64 Edition

Microsoft Windows 7 Professional 64 Edition

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64 Edition

Microsoft Windows 8.1 64 Bit

Microsoft Windows 8.1 64-bit Small Screen Touch Edition

LANGUAGE(S): Global

ENHANCEMENTS:

FIXES:

PREREQUISITES:

HOW TO USE:

1. Download the file by clicking the Download or Obtain Software button and

saving the file to a folder on your hard drive (make a note of the folder where

the downloaded file is saved).

2. Double-click the downloaded file and follow the on-screen instructions.

 

Update: there are several kinds of "HP Pavilion 10 Notebook" PCs out there, which seem to point to several "Touchscreen" notebook models (10z-f100, 10z-e000, 10-e010nr, 10-e019nr & 10-e020ca) and none of those specific HP notebook downloads pages mention this new Realtek audio driver.  On the other hand, the HP Pavilion 10-f001au Notebook PC page does mention it (took me a while to find it).  The HP Pavilion 10-F001AU laptop seems to originate from Indonesia as I checked Indonesia's HP site.

The sp69681 exe, cva & html files were posted 11/14/2014 on HP's FTP site.

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The sp69681 exe, cva & html files were posted 11/14/2014 on HP's FTP site.

 

and updated/reposted 11/18/2014 on the HP FTP site

 

CVA goes into (not much) more detail

 

ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp69501-70000/sp69681.cva

 

the CVA file doesn't mention the release date of the sp69681 package

 

 

Edit Nov. 24: EXE posted on 11/24/2014 at 12:17am PST.  Package does contain both 32bit & 64bit versions as only the 64bit 7378 drivers are available from Microsoft.

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