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  1. #591
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    Latest two driver versions shared here are broken as hell, Windows completely stops giving sound output from stereo jack, and OP loves removing old driver versions and not sharing them again even if people ask for them.

    I don't recommend anyone to use those drivers until OP starts providing links for previous versions (he's also removing them from mega.nz even if you somehow have links for old versions, lmao), if you don't want your audio driver get messed up.

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    Need for Redundancy

    Quote Originally Posted by dyanikoglu View Post
    Latest two driver versions shared here are broken as hell, Windows completely stops giving sound output from stereo jack, and OP loves removing old driver versions and not sharing them again even if people ask for them.

    I don't recommend anyone to use those drivers until OP starts providing links for previous versions (he's also removing them from mega.nz even if you somehow have links for old versions, lmao), if you don't want your audio driver get messed up.
    Sorry to hear/read that. The best practices I follow when it comes to driver updates is keep backups of the last two working drivers before the update so that I can rollback in the event that driver causes issues. This is the is not just for this driver, but all driver/software updates which I do manually, while for software and drivers which automatically update, have periodic system backups automatically scheduled (where system imaging is done) so that you can roll back to a state before the update was done. I would recommend you start doing that, if possible as I can imagine how much it sucks as you stated earlier.

    @Mokichu, thanks again for the driver, seems to work well as usual on my end.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dyanikoglu View Post
    Latest two driver versions shared here are broken as hell, Windows completely stops giving sound output from stereo jack, and OP loves removing old driver versions and not sharing them again even if people ask for them.

    I don't recommend anyone to use those drivers until OP starts providing links for previous versions (he's also removing them from mega.nz even if you somehow have links for old versions, lmao), if you don't want your audio driver get messed up.
    The failure is on your end, either you're grabbing drivers for the wrong chipset, or the wrong FFxx version(example FF00, FF03, FF06 and so on).

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    Quote Originally Posted by dyanikoglu View Post
    Latest two driver versions shared here are broken as hell, Windows completely stops giving sound output from stereo jack, and OP loves removing old driver versions and not sharing them again even if people ask for them.

    I don't recommend anyone to use those drivers until OP starts providing links for previous versions (he's also removing them from mega.nz even if you somehow have links for old versions, lmao), if you don't want your audio driver get messed up.
    It's definitely on your end, these drivers work perfectly fine.

    Please share your system specs and what driver you installed.

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    ASUS ROG SS3|DTS Sound Unbound motherboards - I don't see a link for these drivers, I miss something or need to use another one?

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    Well, I give up..
    I tried everything MoKiChU has said, clean install, MSI enabled, system is on high performance and all the other drivers and BIOS up to date. Everything is fine for a few hours after system boot, and then it starts to pop/crack, and still have sound delays on some Youtube videos.

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    Downloaded the UAD - ASUS ROG SS3 MB package (driver version 6.0.9116.1 WHQL [02/02/2021]) for my ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII Hero Wi-Fi mobo and followed the instructions for the ROG SS3 motherboards. It appears that it did install the Realtek device drivers, but the Realtek service is missing. I was also unable to install the Realtek Audio Console via the MS Store (was not installed automatically) as it throws an error code every time.

    I didn't record the specific error, but the suggestions I found related to that error included resetting the MS Store, re-registering packages, and so forth. I did reset the MS Store to no avail. Ultimately, I was able to get the Realtek Audio Console back by re-registering the specific package in PowerShell, but due to the lack of the Realtek service, it would just give me RPC errors.

    Luckily I had created a system restore point for this eventuality and I was able to fully restore my previous configuration, no harm no foul. That said, I would like to get this working if possible. I followed the cleanup procedure exactly, can't imagine I missed anything. Am I using the wrong package? I don't believe the Crosshair VIII Hero Wi-Fi has the DTS package (I don't see have it installed, but I may have removed it), but it someone could confirm I'd appreciate it.

    Thanks in advance!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottlpz View Post
    Downloaded the UAD - ASUS ROG SS3 MB package (driver version 6.0.9116.1 WHQL [02/02/2021]) for my ASUS ROG Crosshair VIII Hero Wi-Fi mobo and followed the instructions for the ROG SS3 motherboards. It appears that it did install the Realtek device drivers, but the Realtek service is missing. I was also unable to install the Realtek Audio Console via the MS Store (was not installed automatically) as it throws an error code every time.

    I didn't record the specific error, but the suggestions I found related to that error included resetting the MS Store, re-registering packages, and so forth. I did reset the MS Store to no avail. Ultimately, I was able to get the Realtek Audio Console back by re-registering the specific package in PowerShell, but due to the lack of the Realtek service, it would just give me RPC errors.

    Luckily I had created a system restore point for this eventuality and I was able to fully restore my previous configuration, no harm no foul. That said, I would like to get this working if possible. I followed the cleanup procedure exactly, can't imagine I missed anything. Am I using the wrong package? I don't believe the Crosshair VIII Hero Wi-Fi has the DTS package (I don't see have it installed, but I may have removed it), but it someone could confirm I'd appreciate it.

    Thanks in advance!

    Yes I have the same motherboard as you and I can confirm you do indeed have DTS so download the appropriate file and once again follow the clean up process. I have never had any problems with the files from this site.

    Steve

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    Hi MoKiChU Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by monteverdi View Post
    Yes I have the same motherboard as you and I can confirm you do indeed have DTS so download the appropriate file and once again follow the clean up process. I have never had any problems with the files from this site.

    Steve
    Thanks for confirming that, I suspected as much. I'll give it another shot using the correct package this time using the new drivers and see how it goes.

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