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[DRIVERS] Realtek High Definition Audio Codecs (HDA/UAD)
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Also, don't pay attention to MSI's website. They stopped updating anything there regarding Z97 motherboards. I even had to use UBU utility in order to update the latest Microcode ( v 24 meltdown/spectre fixes ) and IDE/ATAPI controllers to latest version 14.xx.xx for my SSDs. And all these keeping MSI's latest BIOS that hasn't been upgraded for long time ( v2.9 ). I heard version 15.xx.xx. for IDE/ATAPI might screw my system since it's for newer chipsets.
By the way, my M/B came with version 13.xx.xx for my AHCI controller, but took the risk and installed the latest 14 with the latest driver for and all working perfectly:
P.S. Do you need any other screenshot of the "Details Panel" in order to determine if the UAD drivers are truly combatible with my M/B?
My Hardware id number is this :
When I installed 8459 UAD driver from Gigabyte last month, I have the following in this screenshot (with a Gigabyte version of the Realtek audio console):
Note to ektorasdj: a few years ago on my relative's Dell Inspiron 580 PC with Realtek ALC3220 driver (v8036) installed thru the HDXTHXD.INF file on Win10, I had X-FI MB2 (MSI) version with Realtek Sound Effects options in Realtek HD audio manager intact (screenshot below):
the HDXTHXD.INF file seem to also install the mbapo232.dll & mbapo264.dll files along with some EFX, MFX & SFX registry entries that allow X-FI MB2 and/or THX Trustudio PC/Pro to actually work under Win8.1 & Win10. by the way, the hardware ID # used on the Dell Inspiron 580 PC is "HDAUDIO\FUNC_01&VEN_10EC&DEV_0887&SUBSYS_10280438" - I won't use any UAD drivers on the Dell computer because that PC is old and can't effectively handle the UAD drivers; I'll use the HDA (nonUAD) FF10 driver packs on the Dell computer instead.
Thanks for everything but it doesnt to seem to work out of the box in windows 10 and with equalizer apo the effect isnt worth it(on the contrary it is worse).
ex58 wrote: Realtek HD Audio Driver 126.96.36.19985 WHQL
FF01 with FMAPO integration
FF03 with Nahimic integration
FF04 with CXAPO integration
FF06 with MaxxAudio integration
FF10 with Creative integration
FF0C with DTS/SST integration
Win 7,10 x32/64
PackageVersion = PG467
Win 10 x64
hi ex58. I have decided to "repack" the 8485 UAD driver, moving some of the files and folders around so that the Realtek UAD driver setup program will detect the onboard Realtek audio device and install the correct driver files and components (no 3rd party extension INFs & components included). if no specific HWID is found, the UAD driver setup program will just pick the HDXRT.inf file and the HDX_GenericExt_RTK.inf extension file and install the other Realtek software components automatically.
here's the repacked 8485 UAD driver - I tested this on some of my older PCs using older Realtek audio chips but using at least Win10 X64 RS2+