Realtek Audio Console REQUIRES a Realtek HD (UAD) Driver!!

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  1. Posts : 770
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       #201

    Go to Microsoft update catalog, search for realtek 1903 (if you are using 1809 then search 1809), toggle the last updated column and download the latest software component (11.0.6000.196). Unzip the file and use device manager to update each of the 4 software components. Run Microsoft store and it will automatically update the realtek audio console app.

    Search for realtek 1903 media and download 6.0.8773.1 driver, unzip the file and update using device manager.
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  2. Posts : 7
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       #202

    erpster4 said:
    well Christyles, ASRock has these 8750.1 UAD drivers on their web site though they are listed for newer boards and are not listed nor "cataloged" for "older" boards like the one you're using (8750 UAD SBC5, 8750 UAD RTK) - these were released several days ago.
    Edit 9/18 - this just in - 8750 UAD DTS posted 9/18/2019 on ASRock's web site

    here's what a UAD driver looks like when installed properly (and having the Realtek audio console app, downloaded & installed from github rather than from the MS store - I'm using generic 8787.1 UAD driver on my bedroom pc - 8787.1 uad generic obtained from github)

    Attachment 247940
    I'll give this a shot. Thanks! Asrock had me update my bios but it didn't fix it.
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  3. Posts : 1,375
    Windows 7 Home Premium x64
       #203

    good choice Christyles.

    the Station Drivers site still only mentions the 8710 UAD drivers for ASRock and have not mentioned nor posted the 8750 UAD ASrock version
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  4. Posts : 35
    Windows 10
       #204

    Guys, I have the Realtek ALC1220 Audio Codec on my Asrock Z370 Taichi. Can you link me the latest update for it and how I can enable the use of the Realtek Audio Console? I would also appreciate it if you told me where to find updates continually for it.


    Thank you.
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  6. Posts : 35
    Windows 10
       #206

    That will work with my Asrock realtek codec?

    I'm guessing It's the Realtek High Definition Audio 6.0.8829.1 WHQL that I need to install and not the usb one?

    Thank you!

    Edit: I tried installing it and it said that the driver doesn't support anything I have, so you gave me the wrong one.
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       #207

    Sorry, please read this thread.

    https://www.tenforums.com/sound-audio/125936-determine-hda-realtek-driver-needed-your-audio.htm


    There should also be one on the ASRock support page.
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  8. Posts : 35
    Windows 10
       #208

    Hemimax said:
    Sorry, please read this thread.

    https://www.tenforums.com/sound-audio/125936-determine-hda-realtek-driver-needed-your-audio.htm


    There should also be one on the ASRock support page.
    That post has a driver from an unofficial third party and Asrock's driver page hasn't been updated with the newest drivers.
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  9. Hemimax's Avatar
    Posts : 2,361
    Windows 10 Pro X64
       #209

    You should be able to use a newer generic driver on the alanfox page but the Sound Manager software will be different.
    The ASRock driver you now have might be the last one created for that board, Station Drivers website is another good place to look.
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  10. Posts : 1,375
    Windows 7 Home Premium x64
       #210

    Hemimax said:
    You should be able to use a newer generic driver on the alanfox page but the Sound Manager software will be different.
    The ASRock driver you now have might be the last one created for that board, Station Drivers website is another good place to look.
    actually Hemimax, the only recent "generic" UAD driver version listed on alanfox2000's github page would be v6.0.8827.1 but because the setup files are stored in the XSetup folder, setup won't "find" the driver files and would fail to install the drivers [I may consider "re-packing" this 8827 generic uad driver if I have time later this week].


    Ownsin said:
    That post has a driver from an unofficial third party and Asrock's driver page hasn't been updated with the newest drivers.
    that's true. Realtek has not made any ASRock specific uad drivers for months. latest ASRock based UAD driver version is 6.0.8750.1 (linked directly to Asrock's web site), which I suggested for Christyles's ASRock board in my older post.

    edit: your z370 taichi board has 6.0.8496.1 realtek uad driver listed, Ownsin [typical of Asrock and other board makers to only list new drivers for newer boards and not make them or "catalog" them for some older boards - I found 6.0.8750.1 listed for an Asrock X299 Taichi CLX board]
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