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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 JohnnyR2D2 View Post
    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 :-)
    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.

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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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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Hi everyone,

    The Third Party NH3/SS3 APO SoftwareComponent Driver have been updated.


    Thread, post & drivers package updated.
    updating since i add the first update the same date you added. thanks !!!!!!
    Learn, Play Enjoy!

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    Hi MoKiChU, I was using the old driver with the same problem, I updated and continues the SS3 problem, when I open it for the first time it works, but when I open windows media player it closes by itself and every time I try to open SS3 it informs me of this error, realtek works perfectly but the SS3 doesn't work after listening to music, any suggestions?

    I'm doing all the cleaning work properly always making sure that the a-volute was deleted from the system with the Driver Store, could it be a problem with the windows version?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Hi,

    The probably root cause of your issue is in your question : if when you launch Windows Media Player, it causes the crash of SS3 APO (hence the TIMEOUT error message in SS3), try with another audio player (Microsoft built-in Groove Music, VLC or another) after restarting your PC.
    It really works normal with Groove Music, will I have to abandon Windows Media Player or SS3, is there any way to fix it? Thank you.

    Checking here also doesn't work with the latest version of VLC v3.0.11, only Groove Music works correctly.

    I'm doing some tests, I think it's related to Microsoft Edge Chromium, I'll test more often and try to reach a more effective conclusion.
    Last edited by HLBROG; 08-16-2020 at 05:59 AM.

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