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  1. Posts : 3
    windows 10 x64
       #291

    to sandyt (Thank you for the reply ) what if i dont get W updates? i dont like to be a tester for W , had a lot of pc problems for that . just put a stable version and thats it, no W updates so Realtek HD Universal Driver 6.0.1.9250 is ok for Windows 10 RS2 or earlier versions without W updates ?or is it better Realtek High Definition Audio Driver 6.0.1.8619 for the old W version( RS2 or earlier ) to asturias7 (Thank you for the reply ) what is via MUC? so Nahimic conflict and problems with alc1220 hd driver are resolved ?
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  2. Posts : 926
    Windows 10
       #292

    Read my sticky tutorial on how to update after installing OEM DCH drivers. There is nothing to update for you right now as Microsoft Update Catalog has 9250 and your OEM is 9250.

    All Realtek drivers before 8856 contained unpatched security vulnerability. That includes R2.82 driver (8186) on Realtek's website.

    https://www.realtek.com/images/safe-...5_20200115.pdf

    If there are problems with Nahimic, then it will eventually get fixed. And you will eventually get it via Windows Update or you can update manually via MUC.

    https://www.catalog.update.microsoft...-volute%202021

    Read my tutorial, then search every single item in device manager relating to Realtek and A-Volute/Nahimic and update individually.

    You are reading advice from people who don't know what they are talking about.
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  3. Cliff S's Avatar
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    Win11 Pro, Win10 Pro N, Win10 Home, Windows 8.1 Pro, Ubuntu
       #293

    MoKiChU has posted 6.0.9268.1 WHQL for the ASUS boards.
    It's a little more bass heavy, but in a good way, as it sounds close to HDMI using dolby.
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  4. Kbird's Avatar
    Posts : 2,284
    Win10 202H
       #294

    Cliff S said:
    MoKiChU has posted 6.0.9268.1 WHQL for the ASUS boards.
    It's a little more bass heavy, but in a good way, as it sounds close to HDMI using dolby.
    Thanks for the Heads-Up Cliff , appreciate it....

    KB
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  5. Cliff S's Avatar
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    Win11 Pro, Win10 Pro N, Win10 Home, Windows 8.1 Pro, Ubuntu
       #295

    Kbird said:
    Thanks for the Heads-Up Cliff , appreciate it....

    KB
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  6. asturias7's Avatar
    Posts : 686
    Windows 10 64-bit
       #296

    asturias7 said:
    6.0.9250.1 UAD available via MUC.

    11.0.6000.973 Software Components also available.
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  7. Posts : 22
    Win 10
       #297

    Heapdphone volume crazy loud


    Figured you guys would have some insight on this.

    Using a fairly old but stable version 6.0.9054.1 Driver on W10 x570 Aorus Elite board.

    For some reason, when running HEADPHONES in "Mute Internal Output Device" mode, they are insanely loud . Have to put volume at 35%-50% !!! to listen. Blow your ears out if you forget to cut the sliders first. Headphone volume under "Make internal and external separate devices" mode is much lower (normal)

    This should not be happening . Wonder if this is a bad driver or some other issue , and if its a known problem?
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  8. Zardoc's Avatar
    Posts : 506
    Windows 10 Enterprise
       #298

    Latest Pack from PAL
    6.0.9261.1
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  9. Posts : 3
    Windows 10
       #299

    Headphones popping after sound stops.


    Hi guys, any idea why my headphones pops ? I have tried my OEM drivers and also newest from MS Update Catalog but it does still happen. I have also tried latencymon but it's all green.

    Laptop - Alienware m15 R3
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  10. Posts : 926
    Windows 10
       #300

    "Popping" at the beginning and end of audio playing generally means the audio chip is going in and out of sleep (power management).

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    FatTonyBubatz said:
    Figured you guys would have some insight on this.

    Using a fairly old but stable version 6.0.9054.1 Driver on W10 x570 Aorus Elite board.

    For some reason, when running HEADPHONES in "Mute Internal Output Device" mode, they are insanely loud . Have to put volume at 35%-50% !!! to listen. Blow your ears out if you forget to cut the sliders first. Headphone volume under "Make internal and external separate devices" mode is much lower (normal)

    This should not be happening . Wonder if this is a bad driver or some other issue , and if its a known problem?
    One assumes that your headphone has its own physical volume control. The other assumes you don't have a physical volume control.
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