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

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  1. 22Green's Avatar
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    Windows 10 64 Bit 1909
       #41

    I remember seeing an issue like that when I was having an another issues. Maybe this page can help. I google the error with Realtek Audio Console.

    Latest Realtek HD Audio Driver Version - Page 103 - Windows 10 Forums
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  2. iamnewhere's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro 64bit
       #42

    pillainp said:
    I am not able to download Realtek Audio Control from the store.
    I keep getting the following error : 0x803FB005
    I am currently on UAD driver 6.0.1.8603, but this issue has been persistent for a few weeks now.
    Also, I have the Realtek Audio Manager icon in the notification area and Control Panel, but clicking on them does nothing.
    Hey! I think I can help. Download this:

    Realtek HD Audio (UAD) Drivers Version R2.8x (8586) WHQL(Asrock)

    Unzip the file, locate the Setup.exe (main folder), double-click and install the package.

    You don't have to do anything else. The installation will remove any old drivers and reboot the PC. After that, it will automatically install the UAD drivers and reboot again.

    Everything should work after that. That's what I did and it works flawlessly. Let me know!
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  3. EdTittel's Avatar
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       #43

    FWIW, this version also works on my system (8586). Going back to update the first post with the latest version from Station Drivers. Thanks for pointing this out, @iamnewhere.
    --Ed--
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  4. iamnewhere's Avatar
    Posts : 23
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit
       #44

    EdTittel said:
    FWIW, this version also works on my system (8586). Going back to update the first post with the latest version from Station Drivers. Thanks for pointing this out, @iamnewhere.
    --Ed--
    Sure thing! I had the same issue as the person I replied to. Also, Ed, I was wondering, what is the process for updating the UAD drivers? Do I just download a newer version (when available) and perform the procedure I outlined in my previous post?

    Thanks!
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  5. EdTittel's Avatar
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    Windows 10
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       #45

    You can do that (download and install the setup.exe from inside the ZIP folder) if you want to. Me, personally, I hate going through the old uninstall the old, then clean install the new routine. I've determined by experiment that pointing the Update Driver function at the Win64 sub-directory inside the unpacked file structure ("D:\Realtek8586\Realtek_Audio(v8586_UAD_WHQL_RTK)\Win64" in my case) will update the drivers properly and finishes in under 30 seconds. Doing it the RealTek way takes considerably longer than that. Your call.
    --Ed--
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  6. 22Green's Avatar
    Posts : 36
    Windows 10 64 Bit 1909
       #46

    iamnewhere said:
    Hey! I think I can help. Download this:

    Realtek HD Audio (UAD) Drivers Version R2.8x (8586) WHQL(Asrock)

    Unzip the file, locate the Setup.exe (main folder), double-click and install the package.

    You don't have to do anything else. The installation will remove any old drivers and reboot the PC. After that, it will automatically install the UAD drivers and reboot again.

    Everything should work after that. That's what I did and it works flawlessly. Let me know!
    I might try these drivers and see if theres a difference with what I have now and the Realtek Console. I totally forgot you had the same issue as the other poster. Ooops lol
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  7. Posts : 33
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #47

    iamnewhere said:
    Hey! I think I can help. Download this:

    Realtek HD Audio (UAD) Drivers Version R2.8x (8586) WHQL(Asrock)

    Unzip the file, locate the Setup.exe (main folder), double-click and install the package.

    You don't have to do anything else. The installation will remove any old drivers and reboot the PC. After that, it will automatically install the UAD drivers and reboot again.

    Everything should work after that. That's what I did and it works flawlessly. Let me know!
    Hi,

    Just after I posted, I decided to go the old legacy route and run setup.exe from the 6.0.1.8603 drivers I got off the ROG forums.

    It worked wonders, including restoring my left satellite channel that I thought was due to a dead speaker; an issue i was having with Windows not recognising that I plugged in front headphones and muting the rear audio; plus after reboot with the new drivers I found that Windows had automatically downloaded and installed the console from the Store.

    I could post the ROG forum link if it's not against forum rules, or it can be found under the thread in the forum for Z370/Z390 ROG boards.
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  8. EdTittel's Avatar
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    Windows 10
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       #48

    AFAIK, it's OK to post useful third-party links, as long as you label them clearly and they contain no hidden gotchas!
    Thanks,
    --Ed--
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  9. iamnewhere's Avatar
    Posts : 23
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit
       #49

    EdTittel said:
    You can do that (download and install the setup.exe from inside the ZIP folder) if you want to. Me, personally, I hate going through the old uninstall the old, then clean install the new routine. I've determined by experiment that pointing the Update Driver function at the Win64 sub-directory inside the unpacked file structure ("D:\Realtek8586\Realtek_Audio(v8586_UAD_WHQL_RTK)\Win64" in my case) will update the drivers properly and finishes in under 30 seconds. Doing it the RealTek way takes considerably longer than that. Your call.
    --Ed--
    Right. I was wondering if that method led to the same result with the UAD drivers - I know it worked for the legacy ones. Thanks for clearing this up for me.

    @pillainp - Glad to hear you worked it out. :)
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  10. Posts : 33
    Windows 10 Pro x64
       #50

    EdTittel said:
    AFAIK, it's OK to post useful third-party links, as long as you label them clearly and they contain no hidden gotchas!
    Thanks,
    --Ed--
    I don't think I want to take the risk. The poster in the ROG forum has the file up on a third party download site.
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