I got an error when trying to install a driver update in Client System Update.
Details as follows:
Name: Realtek ALC269 HD audio
Exit Code: 3
Release ID: 594D4
Version: A14 (5985)
Date: 09/09/2013 01:19:51
I am running on a Dell Precision T1650 with 4GB of memory.
Same here with:
Realtek ALC3220 High-Definition Audio Codec
Release Id: JP8TV Version: A03 (5987)
Date: 6/09/2013 3:27:45 PM
Win8.1 Pro 64-bit 8GB RAM
Realtek has been associated with USB Malware so there may be other issues.USB drives appear to be a primary infection mechanism, the malware can also infect systems through network shares and SQL databases. The malware stores dropped files in many locations on a target system in rootkit fashion and uses a Realtek certficate to bypass microsoft security. The infection mechanism is complex, and the exact files that are dropped will vary depending on the system it is infecting. After infecting a system, the malware gathers extensive data from MS SQL server, Windows registry, and application software.
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I did a full scan on my computer and USB devices with Malwarebytes, no malicious items were detected. Someone suggested to me that maybe the driver is not quite right for my machine. Should I get my computer checked by a technician?
I reinstalled the driver from the ftp site, then re-ran Client System Update which installed another driver ok. But then it failed to install the last recommended driver with the same error as before... so I am back to square one with this.
The driver listed is the correct driver.
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