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    Hi MoKiChU,

    First of all thanks for all your hard work! I wanted to confirm I installed the correct drivers: I have an Asus TUF 505DT which came with DTS Headphone X V.1 per-installed so I went with the TUF headphone X v.1 motherboard package last week. I have the 6.0.8984.1 version installed right now.

    My main problem is that, when I still had my original Realtek driver, the loudness equalization toggle disappeared some time ago from the Realtek Audio Console for no apparent reason .Oddly enough when I would reinstall the Realtek driver the toggle would be there but disappear again on a restart. Your newer driver packages were my final hope but, unfortunately, the LE toggle is still missing even though everything installed fine. I think DTS Headphone X is the ultimate culprit but I don't get why it worked just fine for 6 months. The DTS Audio app has some extra options when I don't have my headphones plugged in but when they are the options are very limited (primarily to headphone types) and the LE toggle is still missing from the Realtek Audio Console. If you or anyone else have any ideas I would really appreciate it.I'll check out your current updated drivers and do a clean install on them with the full cleanup process and hope for the best.

    Thanks again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyble View Post
    Hi MoKiChU,

    First of all thanks for all your hard work! I wanted to confirm I installed the correct drivers: I have an Asus TUF 505DT which came with DTS Headphone X V.1 per-installed so I went with the TUF headphone X v.1 motherboard package last week. I have the 6.0.8984.1 version installed right now.

    My main problem is that, when I still had my original Realtek driver, the loudness equalization toggle disappeared some time ago from the Realtek Audio Console for no apparent reason .Oddly enough when I would reinstall the Realtek driver the toggle would be there but disappear again on a restart. Your newer driver packages were my final hope but, unfortunately, the LE toggle is still missing even though everything installed fine. I think DTS Headphone X is the ultimate culprit but I don't get why it worked just fine for 6 months. The DTS Audio app has some extra options when I don't have my headphones plugged in but when they are the options are very limited (primarily to headphone types) and the LE toggle is still missing from the Realtek Audio Console. If you or anyone else have any ideas I would really appreciate it.I'll check out your current updated drivers and do a clean install on them with the full cleanup process and hope for the best.

    Thanks again!
    Are you referring to the Amplification setting in Realtek CP? The drop down with Performance, Balanced, and Extreme? That option disappeared a couple releases ago. Realtek took it out of CP for some reason. When you update to these latest drivers, you get the latest CP and Sonic Studio apps. But these apps are downloaded from Windows Store shortly after you reboot, so you may briefly see old CP and then the new one once Windows installs the latest from the Store. So it's Realtek changing or moving these options in the latest CP download, not the drivers themselves.

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    I tried Clean Install MoKiChU and it seems that the script didnt install new driver, i had to install it manually in device manager. Update from 8994 didnt work aswell

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteverinoLA View Post
    Are you referring to the Amplification setting in Realtek CP? The drop down with Performance, Balanced, and Extreme? That option disappeared a couple releases ago. Realtek took it out of CP for some reason. When you update to these latest drivers, you get the latest CP and Sonic Studio apps. But these apps are downloaded from Windows Store shortly after you reboot, so you may briefly see old CP and then the new one once Windows installs the latest from the Store. So it's Realtek changing or moving these options in the latest CP download, not the drivers themselves.
    Hi,

    Nope it had equalizer bars along with the Loudness Equalization toggle under playback devices. I've attached an image of how it used to look (not mine but still the same). Now the bars and the toggles are gone and it just says DTS Sound Effects. I can only get LE again if I install the generic MS drivers and use the advanced options in sound settings. They're not there when using the Realtek drivers. The issue occured before discovering MoKiChU's drivers. In fact that's how I found this forum and his drivers since I was looking for solutions. People in other forums told me it happened to them too for no reason (one guy even has 2 laptops with the same build and 1 has it the other 1 doesn't). It doesn't look like there's a solution but I keep asking just in case someone found one. I'll try out MoKiChU's newest. I think his drivers are still my best bet.

    Thanks again!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyble View Post
    Hi,

    Nope it had equalizer bars along with the Loudness Equalization toggle under playback devices. I've attached an image of how it used to look (not mine but still the same). Now the bars and the toggles are gone and it just says DTS Sound Effects. I can only get LE again if I install the generic MS drivers and use the advanced options in sound settings. They're not there when using the Realtek drivers. The issue occured before discovering MoKiChU's drivers. In fact that's how I found this forum and his drivers since I was looking for solutions. People in other forums told me it happened to them too for no reason (one guy even has 2 laptops with the same build and 1 has it the other 1 doesn't). It doesn't look like there's a solution but I keep asking just in case someone found one. I'll try out MoKiChU's newest. I think his drivers are still my best bet.

    Thanks again!
    I noticed the same, except with mine i run SS3. It looks like Realteck updated the console as stated earlier. I am Running the Mokichu repack and it works perfectly as usual.

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    Thank you Mokichu

    Just needed to post a thank you to our driver dealer Mokichu, really appreciate your hard work, dedication and drive to help us the in the asus community with these updates. Saúde you legend!!!!!!!!!!

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    Amazing help from MoKiChU!

    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Hi,

    You were lucky that the drivers used by your notebook are in the motherboards drivers package, but beware that you are using the wrong thread/drivers package.

    You have an ASUS TUF DTS Headphone:X v1 notebook, so :

    You need Realtek Audio Drivers (UAD - ASUS TUF DTS HPXv1 NB/DT) from the first post of this thread.

    Follow scrupulously your CLEANUP process then your INSTALL process, for the next drivers packages that I would release, you will can directly follow your UPDATE process.
    Hi MoKiChU,

    I can't even say thank you enough! First off, for some reason it never occurred to me to look at the notebook thread because the TUF505DT was listed as a gaming laptop everywhere and I didn't even consider it a notebook. I'll follow that thread from now on. More importantly, however, your drivers worked amazingly! After a month of searching and being told there's no solution to the missing Realtek Audio Console options I was correct in thinking your drivers will help. DTS works fine (there was a quick DTS extension update from Windows' Update) AND I have all the Realtek options back. Clearly, something broke in the original drivers and yours fixed it. I did a few restarts to confirm since the Realtek Audio Console options would usually disappear on a restart.

    Thanks again for fixing one of my biggest headaches in the past month!

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    Hello Mokichu and First of ALL THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THIS :-)

    I have a ROG Maximus XI Hero Z390" Onboard-Sound and I can be wrong but the latest package I've downloaded a month or so ago was much bigger ~160 MB and now it's much smaller. It seems you split the packages and now I'm a bit confused about which one should I get and Install although I'm almost sure it's the first one " Realtek Audio Drivers (UAD - ASUS ROG SS3 MB) : Drivers : 6.0.8996.1 WHQL [28/07/2020]" and then follow the old instructions by removing old drivers using Driver Explorer, etc. etc. and then after Driver installation and restart proceed with the installation of SS3 and SR3 (Optional) correct?

    Please confirm before I do something wrong :-)
    Last edited by JohnnyR2D2; 08-13-2020 at 02:50 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mokichu View Post
    hi,

    you have an asus rog ss3 motherboard, so :

    You need realtek audio drivers (uad - asus rog ss3 mb) from the first post of this thread.

    Follow scrupulously your cleanup process then your install process, for the next drivers packages that i would release, you will can directly follow your update process.

    thank you so much :-)

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    Driver Updates

    Thank you Mokichu, much appreciated. Stay well.

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