Tested these all day today and in addition to what I've written before, the sound is crispier but with no bass lack and also louder. Used to listen music at 18% volume at night before and now it's 10-12%.
I had some very old version of Realtek HD Audio Driver on my Asus laptop (see in profile) and I had MaxxAudio with it, which is very useful for my 4-speaker + external subwoofer setup. My Windows started having BSOD's due to some bad driver, and also Realtek Equalizer was losing setup for the highest band so I decided to update all the drivers.
I downloaded the latest driver (7926) from here and installed it. Everything was fine until I noticed that MaxxAudio is gone, it's no longer there. So I was looking here for help and I found this post:
How to get MaxxAudio back on the newest driver? Until I found a solution, I will rollback to some older driver which comes with included MaxxAudio.
Thank you in advance,
What is the path to the folder you showed me on the picture? I will check if these files are present there on my laptop. There are some MaxxAudio files but no EXE. And, during installation, where you can see current progress as files which are currently being copies, I saw files with "maxxaudio" in filename but still no EXE anywhere :/
Any other idea what to try? I would really like to have the latest version since I'm always trying to keep my PC clean and up to date.
What is Maxx Audio and is it better than Realtek HD Audio Manager?
I've not checked the contents of the download from Microsoft.
Have you tried downloading the latest Maxx Audio driver from the ASUS site?
Also have a read of this [FIX] Windows 10 and Asus G750JS Realtek MaxxAudio [How to Get it!]
Last edited by DooGie; 08 Sep 2016 at 16:41.
What are peoples preference here to the Microsoft HD driver vs Realtek drivers?