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    I went to Realtek's download page for High Definition Audio Drivers, but none of the download links worked.I got the message "javascriptvoid(0)" every time.I tried turning off tracking protection but that made no difference.

    I have had no problem downloading Realtek High Definition Audio Drivers before.

    If anyone can tell me how to resolve this problem I would be grateful.

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    Roy, see if this article will solve your problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by royw View Post
    I went to Realtek's download page for High Definition Audio Drivers, but none of the download links worked.I got the message "javascriptvoid(0)" every time.I tried turning off tracking protection but that made no difference.

    I have had no problem downloading Realtek High Definition Audio Drivers before.

    If anyone can tell me how to resolve this problem I would be grateful.

    Thanks and regards, Roy
    I checked on the Realtek site and if it's these codec drivers that you're talking about, the link appears to be dead: High Definition Audio Codecs

    But you'll probably note that Realtek recommends that you download drivers from the motherboard manufacturer's site. If you didn't build the machine yourself, go to the PC manufacturer's site instead.

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    Ted and Xircal,thanks.Javascript was already enabled in Internet Options.I solved the problem by temporarily disabling the pop up blocker in Google Toolbar.

    Regards,Roy
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    Glad you solved your problem Roy.
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