Latest Realtek HD Audio Driver Version

  1.    4 Weeks Ago #1741

    Normal indeed ………...I have the same files on my rig ( Win10, 1809, x64 )
    Installed 8586 UAD Nahimic .
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    Wndows 10 x64 Home version 1809
       4 Weeks Ago #1742

    Version 6.0.1.8586 is available from the Microsoft Update Catalog. Unfortunately UAD builds only at the moment.

    Microsoft Update Catalog
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  3.    4 Weeks Ago #1743

    CountMike said: View Post
    Anything under that cog wheel at right from "Analog" ?
    Attachment 217464
    Thanks for the reply, I wish it had all those options ASUS provides. Unfortunately it just shows me two tick-boxes
    basically translating to "Deactivate front connection pop-up-dialogue" and "Activate type detection of connected device" both of wich are completely expendable. It seems as if former versions of the UI still had the little wrench symbol in the lower right corner possibly to access those settings I'm missing. When trying to downgrade my Realtek version I get an error during installation so I'm forced to use the one MSI is providing on their homepage.
    Any MSI users here having any thoughts on that matter?
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  4.    4 Weeks Ago #1744

    DooGie said: View Post
    Currently trying this out. So far it's sounding good.

    Yeah, I'd say it's a keeper. 👍
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    Windows 10 LSTC 2019
       4 Weeks Ago #1745

    Realtek High Definition Audio (HDA) Version 6.0.1.8591 WHQL
    DOESN'T work with HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0887&SUBSYS_1458A002 (Gigabyte MB)
    although it is listed as supported in the ini files. (FF00 Generic).
    Driver installs but there's NO SOUND. Audio test playback throws an error message. Using Windows 10 LSTC 2019 (1809 17763.194).

    However, UAD Version 6.0.1.8591 DOES work very well. But there's a catch. The HW ID isn't listed in any of the ini files. I had to MANUALLY MODIFY HDX_GigabyteExt_RTK.inf. HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0867&SUBSYS_1458A0A2 was listed but not 1458A002. Funnily enough considering most end with A002 except the DEV ID is different. So I added my HW ID to the list. Then used UAD Inf Editor by @alanfox2000, and clicked "Make Sausage", which created an INF install package. All the INFs in the package installed fine HDX_GigabyteExt_RTK.inf because Windows said it couldn't find the hash for it in the catalog file because it was tampered. So I had to disable driver signing, rebooted. Right clicked the INF file > Install. Windows would say it couldn't verify the driver, proceeded to install anyways. And then it automatically downloaded the Realtek Audio Control app from the store, and Audio worked immediately, didn't even have to reboot.
    If the audio works just fine (even better than before, I'd say so far) I'm extremely puzzled about why Gigabyte didn't include my HW ID in the INF files.

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    So maybe if your HW ID is not included you could also try to manually edit the INF files and it'll work too. I'd use the UAD version since it seems more compatible than the HDA version which did install but didn't work for me.
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  6.    4 Weeks Ago #1746

    oddMLan said: View Post
    Realtek High Definition Audio (HDA) Version 6.0.1.8591 WHQL
    DOESN'T work with HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0887&SUBSYS_1458A002 (Gigabyte MB)
    although it is listed as supported in the ini files. (FF00 Generic).
    Driver installs but there's NO SOUND. Audio test playback throws an error message. Using Windows 10 LSTC 2019 (1809 17763.194).

    However, UAD Version 6.0.1.8591 DOES work very well. But there's a catch. The HW ID isn't listed in any of the ini files. I had to MANUALLY MODIFY HDX_GigabyteExt_RTK.inf. HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0867&SUBSYS_1458A0A2 was listed but not 1458A002. Funnily enough considering most end with A002 except the DEV ID is different. So I added my HW ID to the list. Then used UAD Inf Editor by @alanfox2000, and clicked "Make Sausage", which created an INF install package. All the INFs in the package installed fine HDX_GigabyteExt_RTK.inf because Windows said it couldn't find the hash for it in the catalog file because it was tampered. So I had to disable driver signing, rebooted. Right clicked the INF file > Install. Windows would say it couldn't verify the driver, proceeded to install anyways. And then it automatically downloaded the Realtek Audio Control app from the store, and Audio worked immediately, didn't even have to reboot.
    If the audio works just fine (even better than before, I'd say so far) I'm extremely puzzled about why Gigabyte didn't include my HW ID in the INF files.

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    So maybe if your HW ID is not included you could also try to manually edit the INF files and it'll work too. I'd use the UAD version since it seems more compatible than the HDA version which did install but didn't work for me.
    I'm not sure if your solution relates to my post (if not don't mind me ) but it does look super complicated '^^ The thing is I can't even install any other version of the Realtek driver in the first place as the installation process stops with an error message.
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  7.    4 Weeks Ago #1747

    8591UAD .........great sound , these UADs are getting better after every new release lately...............
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  8.    4 Weeks Ago #1748

    Hi guys! I'm new to this forum, i'm watching this thread because finally i found from here working driver for ALC892 for Windows 10 1809!!
    As a new member here, i'm a little confused with UAD, HDA etc... And i can't find any page to explain so i could understand... What are all these?
    I must prefer specific type for my ALC892 codec?
    Thank you!
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  9.    4 Weeks Ago #1749

    8591 now the nicest over the last few. Crazy!
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  10.    4 Weeks Ago #1750

    konstantinos77 said: View Post
    Hi guys! I'm new to this forum, i'm watching this thread because finally i found from here working driver for ALC892 for Windows 10 1809!!
    As a new member here, i'm a little confused with UAD, HDA etc... And i can't find any page to explain so i could understand... What are all these?
    I must prefer specific type for my ALC892 codec?
    Thank you!
    Hi Konstantine and welcome to TenForums!

    HDA are the traditional Realtek drivers, to be used in older hardware i.e before mid 2017, whereas the UAD ones are for new hardware and they are much smaller in size than the HDA ones.

    You can see a more detailed explanation in this post by our Realtek audio expert @erpster4
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