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    Quote Originally Posted by Bushmaster78FS View Post
    Hi Mokichu,

    Just wondering, like you automated the installation process, do you think the cleanup process could be automated too? Thank you
    Hi,

    Yes it is possible, but I will not do it because it would require a complex PowerShell script coupled with an .exe from the Windows WDK (devcon.exe) not included natively in Windows system files, whose efficiency and action can be random and whose script would not be easily understood by most people and generate transparency problems with what the script does. Knowing that the cleanup must be performed only during the first install, I prefer that people perform these simple actions manually and effectively and so that they know and understand what they are doing.

    Those who have been following me for a long time know that I have always tried to offer the most refined drivers and the most integrated in the system (Drivers Only) when the number of .inf to install manually is not excessive.

    The .cmds used here for the install/update of Realtek Audio Drivers is a continuation of this Drivers Only logic (the .cmds use Microsoft PNPUtil (which is included natively in every Windows system files) and contain only a check of the admin right then an automation of the equivalent of a right click then Install on each necessary .inf, in the necessary order, according to the case then an auto restart).

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Hi,

    Yes it is possible, but I will not do it because it would require a complex PowerShell script coupled with an .exe from the Windows WDK (devcon.exe) not included natively in Windows system files, whose efficiency and action can be random and whose script would not be easily understood by most people and generate transparency problems with what the script does. Knowing that the cleanup must be performed only during the first install, I prefer that people perform these simple actions manually and effectively and so that they know and understand what they are doing.

    Those who have been following me for a long time know that I have always tried to offer the most refined drivers and the most integrated in the system (Drivers Only) when the number of .inf to install manually is not excessive.

    The .cmds used here for the install/update of Realtek Audio Drivers is a continuation of this Drivers Only logic (the .cmds use Microsoft PNPUtil (which is included natively in every Windows system files) and contain only a check of the admin right then an automation of the equivalent of a right click then Install on each necessary .inf, in the necessary order, according to the case then an auto restart).
    Spot on MoKiChU, there are far too many variables for each system and it could cause a lot of issues.

    I didn't like the instant restart at the end of the script so I removed it and added a pause plus some text reminding me to restart.

    Thanks again MoKiChU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Knowing that the cleanup must be performed only during the first install, I prefer that people perform these simple actions manually and effectively and so that they know and understand what they are doing.
    I do the cleanup every time I update just to be safe, no issues so far. Biggest hassle would be re-setting the speaker distances and dBs etc from the Audio Control Panel but no biggie.

    I didn't like the instant restart at the end of the script so I removed it and added a pause plus some text reminding me to restart.
    I would like this as standard (or maybe an option) I would like to be able to read what has taken place.

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    Hey Mokichu.

    First of all.... great work.
    atm stick with the 6.0.1.8666 driver
    would like to update

    I have a Maximus XI Extreme
    What driver is the choosen one for me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Hi,

    Yes it is possible, but I will not do it because it would require a complex PowerShell script coupled with an .exe from the Windows WDK (devcon.exe) not included natively in Windows system files, whose efficiency and action can be random and whose script would not be easily understood by most people and generate transparency problems with what the script does. Knowing that the cleanup must be performed only during the first install, I prefer that people perform these simple actions manually and effectively and so that they know and understand what they are doing.

    Those who have been following me for a long time know that I have always tried to offer the most refined drivers and the most integrated in the system (Drivers Only) when the number of .inf to install manually is not excessive.

    The .cmds used here for the install/update of Realtek Audio Drivers is a continuation of this Drivers Only logic (the .cmds use Microsoft PNPUtil (which is included natively in every Windows system files) and contain only a check of the admin right then an automation of the equivalent of a right click then Install on each necessary .inf, in the necessary order, according to the case then an auto restart).
    I also like it as you have it now. The cleanup is pain but you only gotta do it once so step by step by hand is safest since you don't know how techie the end users are here so I think best to keep it simple series of steps as is today. I'm a tech dork so I always look at the cmd scripts in textpad so I know exactly what's it's going to do. Great job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by impact83 View Post
    Hey Mokichu.

    First of all.... great work.
    atm stick with the 6.0.1.8666 driver
    would like to update

    I have a Maximus XI Extreme
    What driver is the choosen one for me?
    You need Realtek Audio Drivers (UAD - ASUS ROG/PRIME/TUF MB) from this thread. Follow scrupulously your INSTALL process with cleanup step, for the next drivers packages that I would release, you will can directly follow the UPDATE process.

    Note (in order to choose correctly the install/update process to use) : You have a ASUS ROG SS3 motherboard.

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    Hi everyone,

    Quote Originally Posted by dfaovred View Post
    I didn't like the instant restart at the end of the script so I removed it and added a pause plus some text reminding me to restart.

    Thanks again MoKiChU.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bushmaster78FS View Post
    I would like this as standard (or maybe an option)
    There is a technical reason for this auto restart : for example in certain cases, the installation of Sonic Studio Virtual Mixer is done in duplicate (which also occurs and especially with an install method via Setup.exe) because there is install order from SS3 Extension Driver (which then generates a request via Windows Update to find/download the correct driver and install it), and the install of the Sonic Studio Virtual Mixer driver itself. In order not to give Windows Update time to install a duplicate Sonic Studio Virtual Mixer after installing the SS3 Extension Driver (when it is already installed locally via the Sonic Studio Virtual Mixer driver itself) ), the restart must be done immediately after installing the drivers.

    In the same way that some people need to cut their Internet connection during the CLEANUP process and others do not, this only happens in certain cases. So, for a particular need, you can modify the script according to your needs, but if you have a issue one day, please let me know first that you have modified the script.

    PS : A person complained to me by PM that the automatic restart was not good because he/she was in the process of carrying out another install (software) in parallel and that this one suddenly was cut by automatic restart of the drivers install script. Friend, I want to say, that will teach you ... :

    - Never install any drivers in parallel with any other task.
    - I warned on the processes that there will be an "automatic restart when install is done".

    Quote Originally Posted by SteverinoLA View Post
    I always look at the cmd scripts in textpad so I know exactly what's it's going to do. Great job!
    You understand perfectly what i mean, It is exactly in this logic of simplicity/transparency that I want to do things and not make them complex/obscure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by impact83 View Post
    Hey Mokichu.

    First of all.... great work.
    atm stick with the 6.0.1.8666 driver
    would like to update

    I have a Maximus XI Extreme
    What driver is the choosen one for me?
    You need ...
    Right, Thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Hi everyone,

    A new SS3/SR3 version has just been released (3.16.9.0), which brings the functionality I mentioned earlier (automatic activation/deactivation of SSVM Playback/Recording devices).

    @ Forza Horizon 3/4 users : Please check if you still have a crash with this new version of SS3.
    Hey All, i tried it again with Forza Horizon 4, the issue is still there after the update to SS3

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoKiChU View Post
    Hi,

    Thank you for the feedback and for taking the time to check it out.

    Hey man I have asus strix b450-f which driver to download? hopfully I can fix crackling, popping issue

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    Quote Originally Posted by MOOMO View Post
    Hey man I have asus strix b450-f which driver to download? hopfully I can fix crackling, popping issue
    You need Realtek Audio Drivers (UAD - ASUS ROG/PRIME/TUF MB) from this thread. Follow scrupulously your INSTALL process with cleanup step, for the next drivers packages that MoKiChU would release, you will can directly follow the UPDATE process.

    Note (in order to choose correctly the install/update process to use) : You have a ASUS ROG SS3 motherboard.

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