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  1. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #11

    CountMike said:
    Yes you got it exactly right, also with HDA I can switch sound from Realtek icon on taskbar, don't have to plug or unplug anything.
    Ok, got it
    Just keep an eye out here then: [DRIVERS] Realtek HD Audio (HDA)

    If you have time to mess around(make a system image) go into an install folder and do not use the setup.exe and find all the .inf files and right click to install only them, and see if that works for your case(check in device manager).
    in my case with UAD it would be:
    Downloads\AUDIO_Realtek_UAD_ASUS_ROG_v6.0.8734.1\AUDIO_Realtek_UAD_ASUS_ROG_v6.0.8734.1\Win64\Realtek

    RealtekService.inf

    RealtekHSA.inf

    RealtekASIO.inf

    RealtekAPO.inf

    HDX_AsusExt_RTK.inf

    HDX_AsusExt_AVO_RTK.inf
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       #12

    A new video to test the sound quality with.
    Lots of drops, and trap at the end

    By the way, a Chinese band

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       #13

    CountMike said:
    This is what I downloaded: 8734_FF00_FF04_PG473_Win10_RS5_19H1_WHQL.rar.
    Opened in folder and got these two folders:
    8734_FF00_PG473_Win10_RS5_19H1_WHQL
    8734_FF04_PG473_Win10_RS5_19H1_WHQL
    Did I get wrong one ?

    This one worked: 8710_FF00_PG473_Win10_RS3_RS4_RS5_19H1_Win7_WHQL and is installed now.

    HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_1168&SUBSYS_10438733&REV_1001
    HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_1168&SUBSYS_10438733


    MIke,
    Since your working driver is 8710_FF00, unzip/unrar the "8734_FF00_FF04_PG473_Win10_RS5_19H1_WHQL.rar" and just use the 8734_FF00_PG473_Win10_RS5_19H1_WHQL folder, which is the Generic one, similar to the one you already use.
    The other folder (8734_FF04_PG473_Win10_RS5_19H1_WHQL) is for PCs (usually hp ones) with CXAPO (Conexant) integration which you don't need and you can delete if you wish.

    To update, go to to device manager and point for the new driver to the 8734_FF00_PG473_Win10_RS5_19H1_WHQL folder, or from within this folder run the setup program and you're good!
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       #14

    I gave up on trying to install UADs.
    To *resolve* my problem, I used the Asrock supplied HDA driver (FF10 v8454).
    Then I extracted the latest HDA FF00 v8734, and using device manager updated the driver.

    At some point HDA is going to be obsolete, and than I'm screwed if I cant get UADs to install properly...
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  5. pietcorus2's Avatar
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       #15

    8734 better then 8716.......??
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  6. ddelo's Avatar
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       #16

    kurac338 said:
    At some point HDA is going to be obsolete, and than I'm screwed if I cant get UADs to install properly...
    No, you (or anybody else for the same reason) won't be screwed at all.
    Your only problem will be that you won't have the latest Realtek driver (so what...), but you'll have a working audio device using your current HDA driver.

    Just like you, I can't install UAD drivers, they're not made for my audio device.
    For my audio device, both HP (the manufacturer of my laptop) and Microsoft, reccommend 6.0.1.7944 (Sep. 2016), which is working very well. I manually installed the HDA 6.0.1.8648, which is absolutely great, but my device could work well with the older one too.
    So don't get crazy with UAD drivers!
    Last edited by ddelo; 21 Jun 2019 at 09:31.
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  7. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #17

    kurac338 said:
    I gave up on trying to install UADs.
    To *resolve* my problem, I used the Asrock supplied HDA driver (FF10 v8454).
    Then I extracted the latest HDA FF00 v8734, and using device manager updated the driver.

    At some point HDA is going to be obsolete, and than I'm screwed if I cant get UADs to install properly...
    When you get time to mess around, you can always try what I told CountMike above about trying the .inf files, but instead of from a HDA try the UAD ones(only for Realtek audio and not the enhancer software part or OEM extension portion).

    just these
    RealtekASIO.inf: Audio Stream Input/Output

    RealtekAPO.inf: Audio Processing Object Architecture

    RealtekService.inf
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  8. Cliff S's Avatar
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       #18

    pietcorus2 said:
    8734 better then 8716.......??
    8734!
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  9. pietcorus2's Avatar
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       #19

    Thanks will try............
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  10. ddelo's Avatar
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       #20

    Cliff S said:
    8734!

    If Cliff says so, I'll give it a try, although our music tastes, differ a lot....
    Cliff (and Andy @DooGie) are our new Realtek driver test experts, so anyone wanting to try new drivers, just follow their lead!
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