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Dolby Audio gone

2019-03-30, 14:22 PM

I accidentally deleted the Dolby Audio from my laptop. My model is the ideapad 330 14ikb. There is no Dolby Audio driver on Lenovo's website (only listed the 330s). The drivers and doenload page for the idepad 330 does not have Dolby Audio drivers. There isnt the Dolby programme in the control panel in apps and features. Where can I find one to download?


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Re: Dolby Audio gone

2019-03-30, 18:03 PM

The Dolby Audio component should be apart of the Realtek audio driver, so reinstall the Realtek Audio Driver for your system type 81DA or 81G2 and that should also bring back Dolby Audio to your system


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Re:Dolby Audio gone

2020-07-11, 13:52 PM

I'm facing the same problem, after consulting with many people the result I got that it is not possible to get it back  without  using the system recovery image provided by Lenovo.

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