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    I mean a reboot without doing anything solves the issue. But only for a few minutes. The crashes occur within like 5-10 minutes.

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    ROG Enthusiast Array AliAPCMR PC Specs
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    I am having this issue on the z390 e mobo it randomly shows the error "The current system is not supported, or the audio driver has not been properly installed TIMEOUT" It use to work fine i to got some a volute update

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    ROG Member Array rubenalamina PC Specs
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    I decided to try the integrated audio chip on my new build/upgrade (mobo, cpu and ram) and I used Mokichu's drivers on a clean install instead of the official ones. I ran into the timeout issue when going into advanced mode for the first time and the only thing that can make Sonic Studio work was to go into windows settings - applications, then selecting sonic studio and reset its data from there.

    After cleaning those drivers and installing the latest from Asus site, the same issue appears. After more digging I found out that a service called Nahimic Service is set to start automatically but it doesn't start. Manually starting it from Windows services console fixes the issue so far.

    So, it's related to this service not being able to start properly and it is required for sonic studio's advance mode. Why all this complexity and hassle in something that should be straighforward is baffling. I'll probably end up reinstalling my old but great sounding and still kicking Sound Blaster Zx so I can have Dolby Digital and DTS encoding via SPDIF anyway but wanted to give the latest audio chip and software a try out of curioisity.

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