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

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  1. Posts : 35
    Windows 10
       #211

    erpster4 said:
    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].




    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]
    Here's the issue. You saw that driver you linked for my Mobo on the Asrock driver page. It actually doesn't work with the Realtek Audio Console at all. This is why I'm looking for a newer one that would work or figure out the reason it's not working.
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    Windows 10 Pro X64
       #212

    Were you able to download and install the console from MS Store?

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  3. Posts : 35
    Windows 10
       #213

    Hemimax said:
    Were you able to download and install the console from MS Store?

    Realtek Audio Console REQUIRES a Realtek HD (UAD) Driver!!-image.png
    Yes, but it's stuck in loading when I launch it and sometimes it launches but nothing is in there.
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  4. Hemimax's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro X64
       #214

    I am real sorry this is such a PITA, a lot of users have been unable to get the RAC to work on W10, I gave up and just used the generic audio manager. You may have to do a clean install of the UAC driver as explained on page 11 of this thread and then try to download RAC.
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  5. Posts : 35
    Windows 10
       #215

    Hemimax said:
    I am real sorry this is such a PITA, a lot of users have been unable to get the RAC to work on W10, I gave up and just used the generic audio manager. You may have to do a clean install of the UAC driver as explained on page 11 of this thread and then try to download RAC.
    I actually did that and did a clean install of the UAC, but it still RAC didn't work. Also, what do you mean generic audio manager?
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  6. Hemimax's Avatar
    Posts : 2,361
    Windows 10 Pro X64
       #216

    I this thread Determine the HDA Realtek driver needed for your Audio it explains how to choose the correct driver (FF00, FF01, etc) for your hardware/audio codec on the alanfox webpage. I have an older Realtek ALC889 so I used the latest generic FF00 driver and it installs the Realtek HD Audio Manager.

    Realtek Audio Console REQUIRES a Realtek HD (UAD) Driver!!-image.png

    You will need to determine the correct driver that is compatible with your hardware.
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  7. Posts : 770
    Windows 10
       #217

    Ownsin said:
    Here's the issue. You saw that driver you linked for my Mobo on the Asrock driver page. It actually doesn't work with the Realtek Audio Console at all. This is why I'm looking for a newer one that would work or figure out the reason it's not working.
    Just want to confirm a few things:

    1) you have the asrock z370 taichi
    2) you downloaded the 8496 driver directly from asrock
    3) you installed the driver and you see the 3 realtek software components in device manager.

    If you see the 3 software components in device manager, then go to Microsoft update catalog. Search for realtek 1903 and realtek 1903 media.

    Toggle the time column to give you the latest download. Update the realtek driver and the 3 software components (so total 4 things) manually using device manager.

    Realtek 1903 media will give you 8809 driver.

    Realtek 1903 will give you something 11.0.6000.199 --- the realtek audio control app 1.7.199.0.

    Run windows store to download/update your realtek audio control app.
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  8. Posts : 35
    Windows 10
       #218

    sandyt said:
    Just want to confirm a few things:

    1) you have the asrock z370 taichi
    2) you downloaded the 8496 driver directly from asrock
    3) you installed the driver and you see the 3 realtek software components in device manager.

    If you see the 3 software components in device manager, then go to Microsoft update catalog. Search for realtek 1903 and realtek 1903 media.

    Toggle the time column to give you the latest download. Update the realtek driver and the 3 software components (so total 4 things) manually using device manager.

    Realtek 1903 media will give you 8809 driver.

    Realtek 1903 will give you something 11.0.6000.199 --- the realtek audio control app 1.7.199.0.

    Run windows store to download/update your realtek audio control app.
    After I install the 8496 driver directly from asrock. The 3 software components never show up in device manager.
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  9. Posts : 770
    Windows 10
       #219

    Ownsin said:
    After I install the 8496 driver directly from asrock. The 3 software components never show up in device manager.
    That's where your problems are.

    Try to read the read me file carefully on the proper installation procedure to see if you missed any steps.
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  10. Posts : 35
    Windows 10
       #220

    sandyt said:
    That's where your problems are.

    Try to read the read me file carefully on the proper installation procedure to see if you missed any steps.
    What read me file?
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