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

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  1. Posts : 8
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       #411

    Hello you all. I'd like to ask you a question. I have an old ASUS motheboard, a P5Q-EM which uses ALC1200 as Realtek audio interface. Can I install UAD drivers? I know I won't have any working Realtek control panel, but at least these would fix the inputs (microphones, line in, stereo mix, cd ...) and outputs (front headphones ...) ?

    Or it would be better to install the old 2.82 or 2.81 (which by the way are the only ones that make the realtek panel work.)
    Thanks in advance!!
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  2. Hemimax's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro X64
       #412

    Pretty sure UAD wont work but I have an older ALC889 on a HDA driver 6.0.8934.1 pumping 7.1 with all the inputs and effects. I have yet to find any newer drivers with all the bells and whistles.
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  3. EdTittel's Avatar
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       #413

    @erpster4: the 9045 didn't work on my Extreme7+/Z170 rig. I did, however, find a 9079 version at Station Drivers that worked quite nicely. Even updated the Realtek Hardware Support Application under Software Components (along with the more typical Realtek Asio component, Realtek Audio Effects component, and Realtek Universal Audio Service) as well as the obligatory Realtek(R) Audio driver. Good stuff. See my tale of woe in recovering from unwanted 9045 side effects at Restore Point Failure Forces Strategy Change.
    Best wishes and happy New Year.
    --Ed--
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  4. Posts : 1,375
    Windows 7 Home Premium x64
       #414

    EdTittel said:
    @erpster4: the 9045 didn't work on my Extreme7+/Z170 rig. I did, however, find a 9079 version at Station Drivers that worked quite nicely. Even updated the Realtek Hardware Support Application under Software Components (along with the more typical Realtek Asio component, Realtek Audio Effects component, and Realtek Universal Audio Service) as well as the obligatory Realtek(R) Audio driver. Good stuff. See my tale of woe in recovering from unwanted 9045 side effects at Restore Point Failure Forces Strategy Change.
    Best wishes and happy New Year.
    --Ed--
    @EdTittel - actually ASRock had both 9075 & 9079 UAD drivers available on ASRock's web site.

    Hemimax said:
    Pretty sure UAD wont work but I have an older ALC889 on a HDA driver 6.0.8934.1 pumping 7.1 with all the inputs and effects. I have yet to find any newer drivers with all the bells and whistles.

    @Hemimax - if you're using HDA (non-UAD) version of 8934, did you try either v9038 or v9071 from MUC (both are in UAD & HDA formats)?
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  5. Posts : 770
    Windows 10
       #415

    EdTittel said:
    @erpster4: the 9045 didn't work on my Extreme7+/Z170 rig. I did, however, find a 9079 version at Station Drivers that worked quite nicely. Even updated the Realtek Hardware Support Application under Software Components (along with the more typical Realtek Asio component, Realtek Audio Effects component, and Realtek Universal Audio Service) as well as the obligatory Realtek(R) Audio driver. Good stuff. See my tale of woe in recovering from unwanted 9045 side effects at Restore Point Failure Forces Strategy Change.
    Best wishes and happy New Year.
    --Ed--
    All you have done is save 10 seconds of your time by downloading from an unofficial source like station-drivers.com.

    After you see station-drivers.com has an asrock realtek driver, it literally only takes you 10 seconds to do a google search for asrock drivers. The first google result has link to the asrock's latest driver update page --- which contains the official asrock 9079 driver.

    ASRock > Support

    Somehow saving that 10 seconds is worth it for you to download your drivers from an unofficial source.
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  6. Posts : 8
    Windows 10
       #416

    Hemimax said:
    Pretty sure UAD wont work but I have an older ALC889 on a HDA driver 6.0.8934.1 pumping 7.1 with all the inputs and effects. I have yet to find any newer drivers with all the bells and whistles.
    So control panel back to work with these?
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  7. Hemimax's Avatar
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       #417

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  8. Posts : 8
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       #418

    Hemimax said:
    Realtek Audio Console REQUIRES a Realtek HD (UAD) Driver!!-image.png
    Wow thanks!! I'll try for sure... the only question reamined is: what cab i have to download? I see different packages, 149mb, 118mb, 80mb, ... (10mb is uad)
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  9. Hemimax's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro X64
       #419

    @Less It was a 169 MB zip I found a while back on GitHub (Realtek_HDA_Driver_6.0.8934.1.7z) you should be able to google it. I also had success with some earlier versions and I can only verify this driver works for me on an ASUS P6X58D with a ALC889 Codec.

    According to erpster4 a few posts back you can download the newer cab files on MUC, but I have not tried them yet. It's pretty much a good rule with older boards and codecs if it works just leave it alone. I recommend when you get it like you want it back it up and experiment with newer drivers.
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  10. Posts : 8
    Windows 10
       #420

    Hemimax said:
    @Less It was a 169 MB zip I found a while back on GitHub (Realtek_HDA_Driver_6.0.8934.1.7z) you should be able to google it. I also had success with some earlier versions and I can only verify this driver works for me on an ASUS P6X58D with a ALC889 Codec.

    According to erpster4 a few posts back you can download the newer cab files on MUC, but I have not tried them yet. It's pretty much a good rule with older boards and codecs if it works just leave it alone. I recommend when you get it like you want it back it up and experiment with newer drivers.
    Really thanks Hemimax! I've installed 6.0.8934.1 from MUC, 149 mb package, it works really well. I was afraid to install a too much new version because of the "panel don't open" bug, and sorry for my (maybe stupid) questions, but after this 3-4 years (since i've installing Win10 first time), automatic update strangely don't load anything but standard MS driver for my alc1200, and i found myself a little in trouble with this new approachings on Realtek drivers. ;-)
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