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    ROG Member Array quexos PC Specs
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    Two years later...still no new drivers, and broken sound card. @#$% you Asus! Props to C-Media for making excellent audio chips, but seriously, #$%@ Asus for butchering their implementation and providing ZERO support for them.
    Last edited by quexos; 04-27-2021 at 03:05 PM.

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    ROG Enthusiast Array mulderfox PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)MSI GP62MVR 7RF
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    Quote Originally Posted by quexos View Post
    Two years later...still no new drivers, and broken sound card. @#$% you Asus! Props to C-Media for making excellent audio chips, but seriously, #$%@ Asus for butchering their implementation and providing ZERO support for them.
    What are your symptoms? I am only left with the default playback device reverting to "Headphones" occasionally after reboot.

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    ROG Member Array quexos PC Specs
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    Quote Originally Posted by mulderfox View Post
    What are your symptoms?
    Everything in my original post. Most annoying currently is constant drop out or "audio stutter" when using analog output which I am pretty sure is caused by it being a USB audio chip on a PCIe card (my onboard Realtek audio does not do this)...and the resetting to headphones instead of speakers every fresh boot.

    My DPC latency and all that is fine. Onboard Realtek audio works fine.
    Last edited by quexos; 05-21-2021 at 10:43 PM.

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    ROG Member Array quexos PC Specs
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    MotherboardMSI B450
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    Quote Originally Posted by mekler22 View Post
    One more thing: I noticed with my Xonar SE as well, that it always reverts to HeadPhones (Xonar SoundCard) and to change it back to speakers, I have to go to the Xonar Audio Center utility and click on speakers. It's really tedious. If anyone got a registry trick or anything to fix that, I'll be grateful!
    Quote Originally Posted by N2G-WarMaster View Post
    I was looking to a solution regarding my Asus Xonar SE card dropping the speaker config after sleep/hibernation and found this topic.

    In case you hadn't found it by now (hopefully this will trigger a notification for you guys/gals/they/them/its): USB Audio Stutter is gone or greatly reduced with later Windows versions (20Hx+) + a different main board. 1809 was terrible. New Asus "hacked-in" fix in the same version of drivers from AUG 2021 enables remembering your chosen output source via some added script that launches and changes it back after a restart. Cheap hack, but better than nothing.
    Last edited by quexos; 11-22-2021 at 01:36 AM.

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    ROG Enthusiast Array mulderfox PC Specs
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    Laptop (Model)MSI GP62MVR 7RF
    MotherboardAsus Strix x99 Gaming
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    Graphics Card #1Palit GTX1080 Super Jetstream
    MonitorDell 27" S2716DG
    Storage #1Samsung EVO 850 500GB SSD
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    Quote Originally Posted by quexos View Post
    In case you hadn't found it by now (hopefully this will trigger a notification for you guys/gals/they/them/its): USB Audio Stutter is gone or greatly reduced with later Windows versions (20Hx+) + a different main board. 1809 was terrible. New Asus "hacked-in" fix in the same version of drivers from AUG 2021 enables remembering your chosen output source via some added script that launches and changes it back after a restart. Cheap hack, but better than nothing.
    No worries. I've been corresponding with them and they sent me a download link as soon as they finished this workaround. Yes, it is a cheap and somewhat annoying hack, but I guess it's better than nothing - as you said.

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