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    Sonic Studio won't work after Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

    Hi!

    I have Strix RAID DLX card with drivers version 1.1.18
    After i install Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Sonic Studio won't work.
    Driver is running and work, but Sonic Studio does not open.
    Reinstalling the driver did not help.

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    What MS done with that update, they are crazy.
    I never had issue with dedicate sound card and after update to 1709 SBZxR start mixing channels.
    Dolby Pack and DTS Pack software completely gone from Control Panel they are not capable to install with driver package after new MS update.

    I don't know how customers to invest 200-250$ in sound cards and how to explain them how is important dedicate sound card if manufacturers make such things.
    Maybe Creative think that SBZxR owners should upgrade on AE-5. In my case that will not happen. I understand upgrade from PCI to PCI-E, from Xonar DG to Xonar STX II, from SBZ to SBZxR. But SBZxR to AE-5 or Xonar STX II to Strix RAID DLX, that's not acceptable. People will continue to use onboard audio because such things if support stop after few OS update. So expensive sound card should work until something big change on motherboards. Big change is XP to Win 10, not this.


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