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    Interesting: it looks like MS really fixed some issues with Realtek HW in Win 10 CU, so maybe this is the right time
    https://www.tenforums.com/windows-10...5063-13-a.html

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    I confirm the sound issues exist on ALL G752 models!


    I also confirm the issues still exist with the latest Windows 10 x64 Version 1703 OS Build: 15063.138 (Creators Update)!
    Last edited by MacLeod; 04-18-2017 at 07:05 AM.
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    Windows 10 CU 15036.138 introduced also constant Audiodg.exe crashes with Realtek drivers: take a look at your Reliability Monitor and you should see a lot of audiodg.exe crashes under the reports labeled "Windows Audio Device Graph Isolation"

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    Percorso dell'applicazione che ha generato l'errore: C:\Windows\System32\audiodg.exe
    Firma del problema
    Nome evento problema: APPCRASH
    Nome applicazione: AUDIODG.EXE
    Versione applicazione: 10.0.15063.0
    Timestamp applicazione: 4247e346
    Nome modulo con errori: RltkAPO64.dll
    Versione modulo con errori: 11.0.6000.560
    Timestamp modulo con errori: 58d4b043
    Codice eccezione: c0000005
    Offset eccezione: 00000000001adea0
    Versione SO: 10.0.15063.2.0.0.768.101
    ID impostazioni locali: 1040
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    Ulteriori informazioni 2: c93b3d9717261f7a8054e2d2fc3d9ac3
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    Ulteriori informazioni 4: 0163618b881f1f3a143f3d0d5dfc4ada
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    Could i just clarify that the tiny (but very noticeable) burst of static at the beginning and end of any sound being played is a problem with all the g751 laptops and i dont have to notify Asus to fix it (im just about to RMA for another problem).

    Also the registry edit is still the best fix?

    Thanks.

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    Surprised this thread is so inactive, has everyone gone and found a fix i don't know about

    Seriously tho the power management popping noise drives me completely bonkers. I've currently got the latest drivers from Asus installed and unfortunately although the power management is turned off in the registry (was already off by default) it dosent seem to actually work on this driver version. Is there a known version on which this registry switch does work please?

    I also had an idea of maybe getting windows to open and play on a loop in the background a completely silent mp3 or wav file. I believe this would completely fix the problem although i would rather have something that does a neater job by actually just telling power management to stay off.

    Thoughts?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gordonash View Post
    Surprised this thread is so inactive, has everyone gone and found a fix i don't know about

    Seriously tho the power management popping noise drives me completely bonkers. I've currently got the latest drivers from Asus installed and unfortunately although the power management is turned off in the registry (was already off by default) it dosent seem to actually work on this driver version. Is there a known version on which this registry switch does work please?

    I also had an idea of maybe getting windows to open and play on a loop in the background a completely silent mp3 or wav file. I believe this would completely fix the problem although i would rather have something that does a neater job by actually just telling power management to stay off.

    Thoughts?
    I'm currently looking for a solution myself. I don't think I've updated any drivers on my G751. How do I go about switching off power management to improve the crackling issue? Many thanks, Hassan

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    Hassan turning off power management is done by Loading Regedit, going to 'Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Realtek\Audio \RtkNGUI64\PowerMgnt' And setting ENABLED from 0 to 1. It dosent do a thing for me unfortunately.

    However, i just threw together an infinitesimally small Wav file of practically zero size and no data whatsoever in it and have this tiny little program called TinyPlay playing on a loop as an invisible background service that runs on startup and now have completely cured the pops. I would much prefer a more elegant solution tho.

    Currently looking into making the windows startup sound play the wav i have, which is easy to do plus windows 10 dosent even use the startup sound as default which is handy but just trying to find if there is a way to make it loop.
    Last edited by gordonash; 06-22-2017 at 02:02 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gordonash View Post
    Hassan turning off power management is done by Loading Regedit, going to 'Computer\HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Realtek\Audio \RtkNGUI64\PowerMgnt' And setting ENABLED from 0 to 1. It dosent do a thing for me unfortunately.

    However, i just threw together an infinitesimally small Wav file of practically zero size and no data whatsoever in it and have this tiny little program called TinyPlay playing on a loop as an invisible background service that runs on startup and now have completely cured the pops. I would much prefer a more elegant solution tho.
    You're a star. Thank you for summarising all the possible solutions into that one post, much appreciated.

    Unfortunately I am not so computer literate. Are there any 'how-to' guides anywhere I could follow to try these 2 solutions?

    I am happy to try a 'not-so-elegant' solution for the time being as it is quite annoying. I hardly use my laptop because of this issue.

    If you could clarify exactly how to do it I'd give it a try now.

    I really appreciate this!

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    I thought i was very clever working out this fix so quickly then today found that someone beat me to it long ago lol

    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...rul%20e+all%29

    Im currently looking for a way to play the sound with next to no cpu usage, the fix above works with less cpu usage them my method but it still uses approx 1% when a huge behemoth like windows 10 only uses barely .5% at idle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gordonash View Post
    I thought i was very clever working out this fix so quickly then today found that someone beat me to it long ago lol

    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...rul%20e+all%29

    Im currently looking for a way to play the sound with next to no cpu usage, the fix above works with less cpu usage them my method but it still uses approx 1% when a huge behemoth like windows 10 only uses barely .5% at idle.
    See here:
    https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthrea...ll)-WORKAROUND
    However I did not test it at Win10

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